got it’s name from two
legendary Chicago sources!
The Breakfast Club movie, a massive hit back in 1985, is still a cult favorite. Filmed in the city’s northern suburbs and directed, of course, by Chicagoan John Hughes, it’s a slice of Americana and Chicago history.
The Breakfast Cllub Radio Show,originated in Chicago and ran from 1933 to 1968. It
was extremely popular and hosted for the entire 35 years by the mega-
The Breakfast Club Radio Show, is a second source of inspiration for our name.
Speaking of movies, Nate & Margaret, a critic and fan favorite from 2012, used The Breakfast Club and Grill’s interior for some of the movie’s interior shots. Directed by Nathan Adloff, it stars Natalie West and Tyler Ross. Nathan and Tyler dine with us fairly frequently and have agreed to an upcoming screening/meet & greet here at The Breakfast Club!
…The 1896 supplement to the Oxford English Dictionary cites Punch magazine, which
wrote the term “brunch” was coined in Britain, 1895, to describe a Sunday meal for
Instead of England's early Sunday dinner, a post-
The fist use of the word brunch is sometimes credited to reporter Frank Ward O'Malley
who wrote for the New York newspaper The Sun from 1906 until 1919, allegedly based
on the typical mid-
FROM WIKIPEDIA, OF COURSE!
Invented by an articulate genius…