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elc515 Jul 7, 2008 05:59 PM

I am a city dweller looking for a great brunch spot in the western burbs. We will be staying in Glen Ellyn for the weekend so anywhere between Oakbrook and the Naperville-ish area would be perfect. We thought about the Clubhouse, but it might be a bit pricey for a group of 12 or so. I did a search on the boards and found some Easter options, but several of the places I found only do special occassion brunches. Any ideas would be very much appreciated!

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    gordeaux RE: elc515 Jul 7, 2008 08:07 PM

    Drury Lane Oak Brook?
    I don't think that it's a "special occasion only" brunch place.

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      wineaux RE: elc515 Jul 7, 2008 09:03 PM

      Allgauer's is supposed to have a good one. And yes, I've heard that Drury Lane is very good. We've done Tango in Naperville's brunch a couple of times and really enjoyed it. Meson Sabika used to have a brunch that was good, but not sure if they still do.

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        lp veg RE: elc515 Jul 8, 2008 05:32 AM

        what about honey in downtown GE? it reminds me of bongo room in the city, and you should be ok with a group of 12 if you call ahead.

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          CJT RE: lp veg Jul 8, 2008 07:42 AM

          Allgauer's in the Lisle Hilton hotel has a Sunday Brunch (about $35 per person, which I believe includes champagne). It is a full offering of breakfast and buffet items, including smokde salmon, shrimp, hot and cold dishes -- not just a breakfast buffet but a full luncheon buffet with breakfast items included. Food there is always very good.

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