Pick Me Up Cafe after Pride
3408 N. Clark Street
A few pictures from Pride
Italian Beef Sandwich
Chili Cheese Dog
Chili Cheese Fries
Mint Chocolate Chip Milkshake
DHAC and Oreo Milkshake
1537 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Our next stop was iCream, the new ice cream place in Wicker Park where you choose your milk (soy), a flavoring, and add-ins if you choose. Then it goes in a Kitchenaid mixer with liquid nitrogen and you have your ice cream mere minutes later.
She got coffee (left) and I got grape (right).
The Chicago Diner is a necessary stop for any vegan or vegetarian visiting Chicago, so I would’ve been a pretty crappy “tour guide” to leave it out of our week.
3411 N. Halsted Street
We were all milkshake-d out from the week (not pictured are milkshakes from Earwax as well), so we decided to go for another kind of ice cream drink, Root Beer Floats.
I had the Dagwood Sandwich
She had the notorious Radical Reuben. I believe this sandwich has won an award. It’s so freaking good.
Our last stop was Evanston. We went to Ethical Planet (more on that later), Addis Abeba Ethiopian Restaurant and Blind Faith Cafe for dessert.
My friend Lemon joined us on this day.
Chocolate Cake from Blind Faith Cafe
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake from Blind Faith Cafe
(My Harry Potter shirt was bought at the Harry Potter exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry! If you’re into HP, go! We loved it.)