Inadvertently Vegetarian in Chicago

Photo collage of Kopi Cafe by Phineas Jones.

I’M DOWN IN THE Windy City for a couple days visiting my friend The Harbinger. While cycling along the cold streets I came across Kopi, a self-described “Traveler’s Cafe,” serving up a pretty delicious vegetarian menu. (I’m normally a meat-eater, but the seitan Blue Burger was fantastic.)

Warm up here with hot masala tea and lounge at the Thai-style low tables. The walls are stacked with Lonely Planet guides and Moleskine notebooks for purchase, and above the bookshelves hang clocks marking the time in Kyoto, Goa, Yogyakarta and other far-flung locales. Worth a stop if you’re on the north side.

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3 Responses to “Inadvertently Vegetarian in Chicago”


  1. 1 restaurantblogs March 17, 2008 at 3:19 pm

    where exactely is this place? I’d like to check it out for ChicagoRestaurants.org blog…thanks for the info

  2. 2 dailytransit March 17, 2008 at 3:21 pm

    Check the “Kopi” link to Yelp — a full address is there.

  3. 3 restaurantblogs March 23, 2008 at 6:35 pm

    will do…thanks…bookmarked your blog btw…nice one.


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