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The chilaquiles verdes brunch special ($11) at Fuel is a traditional Mexican breakfast served in a bowl filled to the brim with corn tortilla chips, poached eggs, tomatoes, onions, chicken, Chihuahua cheese, avocado, sour cream and cilantro. JENI SIEGEL/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
The Chicago Botanic Garden’s Garden View Cafe serves up a spinach, cheddar and egg sandwich for breakfast, all on a fresh croissant. Fouad Egbaria/22nd Century Media
The Greenwood Restaurant’s Greek omelet comes with tomatoes, spinach, onions and Greek feta cheese. Jeremy Turley/22nd Century Media
The classic eggs Benedict ($10.95) at Cafe Pettopia in Highwood includes a poached egg, ham and hollandaise sauce served on an English muffin with crispy potatoes. Eddie Herz/22nd Century Media
The egg breakfast sandwich ($4.50) at Bluffington’s Cafe, served on a toasted bagel, contains an egg, bacon and your choice of cheese. Eddie Herz/22nd Century Media
Butterfield’s Pancake House’s jambalaya omelet ($9.99) is topped with andouille sausage and chicken. Alyssa Groh/22nd Century Media
The California omelet ($9.75) at Northfield Restaurant combines the classic breakfast staple of eggs with avocado, sun-dried tomatoes, bacon and Swiss cheese. JENI SIEGEL/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Staff Report
9:50 am CDT August 16, 2016
Scrambled, poached, over easy or sunny-side up: There are plenty of ways to cook an egg.