Locals worship Lula Café, a neighborhood favorite that's a quick walk from the Logan Square El stop. A bohemian storefront splits a spacious café with counter seating and an intimate dining room with closely set wooden tables and chairs. The food is stellar: expect modern dishes like wild bass with blood orange and olives, or maple-scented rabbit with rosemary sweet potatoes. Menus are seasonal, change frequently, and champion farm sources; in fact the restaurant holds
prix-fixe farm dinners every Monday. Lula is open for breakfast and lunch, and diners come from far and wide for brunch, when hour-long waits are common.