Try Fairgrounds Coffee and Tea for Brunch

Two young happy women talking and laughing while drinking coffee and tea and eating brunch together in coffee shop.

Fairgrounds Coffee and Tea might be best known for their hot beverages, but it is also a great place to grab a quick and delicious breakfast or brunch. The new location recently opened up in Oak Park, not far from Oak Park Place Apartments, and it deserves a spot on your must-visit list.

A Relaxing Space

Enter into a bright and inviting dining area at Fairgrounds Coffee and Tea. Green plants hang from the shelving and the space is complemented by wicker furniture and wood tables. There are some comfortable sofas in the corner where you can chat with friends or instead, relax with a newspaper for some easy reading. Watch the baristas prepare your coffee behind the counter, where you can also see delicious pastries and treats.

Delicious Breakfast Options

If you don’t have a lot of time, you can’t go wrong with a breakfast sandwich. You can take it with you and enjoy it on the train or in your car. The fried egg & bacon sandwich, made with harissa aioli and a cage-free egg is delicious. The scrambled egg sandwich, topped with tomato salsa and red bell pepper is another good choice. 

If you’re in the mood for a light breakfast or brunch option, try the acai bowl, made with acai berries, banana, strawberries, blueberries, and granola. Guests also love the bagels. Have one toasted and topped with seasonal jam, and your day will be off to the perfect start!

What’s Your Cup of Tea (or Coffee)?

No meal at Fairgrounds Coffee and Tea is complete without a cup of coffee or tea! They provide a variety of coffees from single-origin producers and independent roasters. Try a pour-over or an espresso beverage. If you enjoy tea, try their whole leaf organic teas, such as the turmeric mango and the China breakfast tea.

Stop by Fairgrounds Coffee and Tea at 702 Lake Street in Oak Park, and enjoy a delightful breakfast. Contact us to learn more about our apartment community, too. 

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