The Nutritarian

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The Old Oak Tap: Phenomenal brunch, Ukrainian Village Chicago

Written By: The Nutritarian - Feb• 04•13

Bison, quinoa, and deviled eggs, oh my.  How is it even possible that we didn’t have to wait in line at brunch? I am so thrilled to have stumbled upon The Old Oak Tap.  Everything healthy I love to see on a menu, whole wheat pancakes with fresh blueberries, fancy glass mimosas that are LARGE, arugula, tasty green tea, vegetarian options and a flexible chef in the West Loop?   We were taken care of the entire time, never did we wonder where our server was or why our glasses were empty; allowing for full engagement in conversation and palate pleasing flavors and textures.  This is the kind of service I am talking about.  The seating and atmosphere may be some of the most comfortable I’ve experienced in awhile too.  I hope no body believes me and it remains off the beaten path.  However, that seems unrealistic considering the EXTENSIVE beer and wine list, $3 mimosas, outdoor front patio, and delicious healthy options.   I could not have been more appeased.  Once people discover this gem; forget about flocking in without a worry for time.

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2 Comments

  1. Bruce Pollak says:

    Hi , I’m looking for a nutritarian chef to teach and prepare meals to an ongoing group interested in changing their diet and improving their lifestyle. Live – in accomodations , oceanfront estate .
    Rhode Island .

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