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A welcoming neighborhood that sometimes known as a "Village Within The City," Roscoe Village is home to dozens of eateries. A good indicator of any neighborhood's dining prowess is, of course, its ability to do brunch right, and this area knows its way around a griddle. For a unique culinary experience, and a place ideal for any budget range, be sure to head down over to Roscoe Village.

3 Buck Brunch at Blackrock (3614 N. Damen Ave.)

Frugal friend rejoice! Every Sunday, you'll find a "3 Buck Brunch" menu at Blackrock with some solid, full plate options: biscuits and gravy, BBQ egg sandwich, veggie scramble. These are some serious portions at a pretty unbeatable brunch price. Sip on Mimosas and Bloody Marys, which also go for $3 on Sundays, while you meet up with friends to recount the events of the night before or to enjoy the intimate dive bar ambiance of a pub that truly understands the value of a dollar - or three. 

Funky Fixins at Kitsch'n on Roscoe

Kitch'n Roscoe

With a colorful storefront and bright patio furniture, Kitsch'n is hard to miss and impossible to pass up. It offers Intelligentsia Coffee paired alongside flavorful twists to traditional breakfast favorites, with an evident Latino theme to the strikingly colorful and beautiful plated dishes. Kitsch'n hosts guest for a guaranteed funky dining experience and with its "Hangover Brunch" menu on Saturdays and Sundays, it will quickly become a regular spot once you try their breakfast tacos.

A Classy Affair at endgrain (1851 W. Addison St.)

endgrain

Classy, yes, and affordable, yes - a win-win brunch situation! With a cozy interior clad with chalkboard walls and comfy barstools, endgrain is a dignified brunch venue in Roscoe Village that serves delicious savory and sweet Enoch's Doughnuts (think Bacon Butterscotch, among many other flavors). This low key neighborhood venue is a casual establishment with the "integrity of fine dining," as endgrain puts it, and nothing could be more spot-on - endgrain offers a rotating brunch and dinner menu epending on the season's freshest ingredients presented to guests in the beautiful interior but with a welcoming and warm neighborhood feel.

Wherever you decide to dine on weekend morning in Roscoe Village, you will be met with a quaint venue location and an inviting neighborhood feel. You'll just need to decide what brunch mood speaks most to you - or just give them all a try. Happy brunching!

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