Ann Sather's Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 5207 N Clark St

    Chicago, IL 60640

    Cross street: at W Foster St

    Map & Directions
  • 773-271-6677

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If you get one thing here it has to be the cinnamon rolls. But since you're there they also have a great selection of swedish foods, like swedish meatballs and swedish pancakes with lingonberries.

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If you get one thing here it has to be the cinnamon rolls. But since you're there they also have a great selection of swedish foods, like swedish meatballs and swedish pancakes with lingonberries.

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Ann Sather's serves swedish food, as well as other food like omlettes. They have the best Cinnamon Rolls in the world! This is well-known and they serve cinnamon rolls as a side with many dishes. It is only open breakfast and lunch and is usually very crowded but the service is quick.

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Ann Sather's serves swedish food, as well as other food like omlettes. They have the best Cinnamon Rolls in the world! This is well-known and they serve cinnamon rolls as a side with many dishes. It is only open breakfast and lunch and is usually very crowded but the service is quick.

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In the heart of Andersonville, Chicago's Scandinavian neighborhood, Ann Sather has been a landmark for over 60 years. They serve authentic and yummy Swedish food (the Swedish pancakes with lingonberry sauce are scrumptious!).

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In the heart of Andersonville, Chicago's Scandinavian neighborhood, Ann Sather has been a landmark for over 60 years. They serve authentic and yummy Swedish food (the Swedish pancakes with lingonberry sauce are scrumptious!).

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The cinnamon rolls here are out of this world, and you pretty much have to hit up Ann Sather for breakfast at some point while you live in Chicago. Ann Sather serves up good diner food (eggs, etc.) with a Scandinavian twist. And of course there are the cinnamon rolls...

It can be busy on weekends, but the service is efficient and I've never had to wait too long.

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The cinnamon rolls here are out of this world, and you pretty much have to hit up Ann Sather for breakfast at some point while you live in Chicago. Ann Sather serves up good diner food (eggs, etc.) with a Scandinavian twist. And of course there are the cinnamon rolls...

It can be busy on weekends, but the service is efficient and I've never had to wait too long.

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OK, I love to eat. I can put away my share of food, and still ask "are you going to eat that?" Not at Ann Sather. The omlettes are so fluffy they take up the entire plate. You're going to want some fresh squeezed OJ, some (deservingly famous) cinammon rolls, and some sort of egg based breakfast.

The wait staff is INCREDIBLY nice, almost rediculously so. The owner Debbie will frequently come up and ask how things are. I've even had her come over and slap down some of her brownies for me to try.

The crowd tends to be locals and, er, older folks. Being a pierced out long hair, I draw my share of looks, especially in this traditional, pastel colored environment.

Bottom line, if you want breakfast and you're in Andersonville, you'd be crazy or stupid to pass up Ann Sather.

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★★★★★

OK, I love to eat. I can put away my share of food, and still ask "are you going to eat that?" Not at Ann Sather. The omlettes are so fluffy they take up the entire plate. You're going to want some fresh squeezed OJ, some (deservingly famous) cinammon rolls, and some sort of egg based breakfast.

The wait staff is INCREDIBLY nice, almost rediculously so. The owner Debbie will frequently come up and ask how things are. I've even had her come over and slap down some of her brownies for me to try.

The crowd tends to be locals and, er, older folks. Being a pierced out long hair, I draw my share of looks, especially in this traditional, pastel colored environment.

Bottom line, if you want breakfast and you're in Andersonville, you'd be crazy or stupid to pass up Ann Sather.

Pros: BIG portions f/ cheap, super friendly, crazy delicious

Cons: closes around 2 or 3, can't walk afterwards

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great smell immediately when you enter the restaurant. The food tastes great, looks great andthe portions are just right.

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★★★★★

great smell immediately when you enter the restaurant. The food tastes great, looks great andthe portions are just right.

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I LOVE ANNE SATHERS! I first came upon Ann Sathers while I was at school at DePaul and one of my roommates suggested it for breakfast. It is conviently located off of the brown or red lines, and they also have free parking which is a big, big plus. The hashbrowns are fabulous and the breakfast always leaves me full. Also, they have the best waiter (JOSE I LOVE YA) there! I have taken friends and family, and yet to here a complaint!

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★★★★★

I LOVE ANNE SATHERS! I first came upon Ann Sathers while I was at school at DePaul and one of my roommates suggested it for breakfast. It is conviently located off of the brown or red lines, and they also have free parking which is a big, big plus. The hashbrowns are fabulous and the breakfast always leaves me full. Also, they have the best waiter (JOSE I LOVE YA) there! I have taken friends and family, and yet to here a complaint!

Pros: Great food, Great Service, Parking/ Public Trans

Cons: ambiance is average, can be crowded

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Ann Sather has wonderful breakfast & the city's best cinnamon buns ,if you have'nt had them yet i urge you to do so. The place is usually very crowded for breakfast but well worth the wait ,and the chef Andy Winkle is an awesome guy and a great cook. Keep up the good work Ang........Shawni

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★★★★★

Ann Sather has wonderful breakfast & the city's best cinnamon buns ,if you have'nt had them yet i urge you to do so. The place is usually very crowded for breakfast but well worth the wait ,and the chef Andy Winkle is an awesome guy and a great cook. Keep up the good work Ang........Shawni

Pros: great atmosphere, awesome cinnamon buns

Cons: crowded

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Ann Sather is a Chicago institution. If you're visiting the city on vacation, it's a "must go to" for breakfast -- but for best atmosphere, be sure to visit the one in Andersonville (5207 N. Clark) or the original one on Belmont near the el. The food is Swedish-American. Try the lingonberry pancakes. No matter what you order, though, cinnamon rolls are ever-present and will be brought to your table. Enjoy.

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★★★★★

Ann Sather is a Chicago institution. If you're visiting the city on vacation, it's a "must go to" for breakfast -- but for best atmosphere, be sure to visit the one in Andersonville (5207 N. Clark) or the original one on Belmont near the el. The food is Swedish-American. Try the lingonberry pancakes. No matter what you order, though, cinnamon rolls are ever-present and will be brought to your table. Enjoy.

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First time at Ann Sathers, great breakfast!! The one on Broadway was excellent. Nice crowd. A must try. . .for breakfast lovers.

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★★★★★

First time at Ann Sathers, great breakfast!! The one on Broadway was excellent. Nice crowd. A must try. . .for breakfast lovers.

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the belmont location is the best breakfast place. casual atmosphere, good service, great breakfast, known for their cinnamon rolls.

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★★★★☆

the belmont location is the best breakfast place. casual atmosphere, good service, great breakfast, known for their cinnamon rolls.

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best cinnamon rolls anywhere. period. i have never taken anyone to ann's who didn't love it.

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★★★★★

best cinnamon rolls anywhere. period. i have never taken anyone to ann's who didn't love it.

Pros: affordable, right by the train

Cons: crowded

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Really great! I highly recommend breakfast here! Try the crabcake benedict - YAY! The asparagus and havarti omelet is also wonderful! Of course, if you've never tried them, have the cinnamon rolls - but share it! If you eat the wjole thing, most won't have room for the real food!

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★★★★★

Really great! I highly recommend breakfast here! Try the crabcake benedict - YAY! The asparagus and havarti omelet is also wonderful! Of course, if you've never tried them, have the cinnamon rolls - but share it! If you eat the wjole thing, most won't have room for the real food!

Pros: Friendly, Fresh, Delicious

Cons: Bad parking, Crowded, Loud Children

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I like this Ann Sather much better than the one on Belmont. This one seems cleaner, quainter and just an all-around nicer experience. The sandwiches are huge, especially after indulging in those famous cinnamon rolls (as if anyone could resist). The whole place, including an upstairs open when things get really hopping, looks more like something out of a movie than real life -- can anyplace still really be this wholesome? -- but you are convinced by meal's end. Forsake the hustle, bustle and edginess of the Belmont location for a comfortable meal here.

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★★★★☆

I like this Ann Sather much better than the one on Belmont. This one seems cleaner, quainter and just an all-around nicer experience. The sandwiches are huge, especially after indulging in those famous cinnamon rolls (as if anyone could resist). The whole place, including an upstairs open when things get really hopping, looks more like something out of a movie than real life -- can anyplace still really be this wholesome? -- but you are convinced by meal's end. Forsake the hustle, bustle and edginess of the Belmont location for a comfortable meal here.

 

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