• Crumb Chicago Bakery

    Warm bread just out of the oven

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  • Roger Waters’ Finest

    Come visit our neighborhood cafe

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  • Amazing Sandwiches, Check.

    Meat or Veggie lovers, we love you equally

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  • Pastries A Lá Crumb

    Sweet delights baked fresh on the daily

    Tasty Pies And Cookies

  • Awesome Breakfast

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  • Delicious Soup

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  • Heart Cookies

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  • Pita Hot Sauce

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  • The Stew Supper Club
    Our Monthly Get­ Down
    Sign up for our monthly dining event where we dream up an inventive, delicious five course meal for guests after hours at SBK. BYOB. Do. Not. Miss.
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    The Stew Supper Club

    Sign up for our monthly dining event where we dream up an inventive, delicious five course meal for guests after hours at SBK. BYOB. Do. Not. Miss. Sign up HERE SBK_stew-supper-club_full-room

  • Crumb Chicago
    Bakers Extraordinaire
    Crumb was born out of the desire to bring Chicago a delicious, crusty, healthier loaf of bread.
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    Crumb Chicago

    Crumb was born out of the desire to bring Chicago a delicious, crusty, healthier loaf of bread. Baker and owner Anne Kostroski uses organic flours from Illinois, Wisconsin, and North Dakota, cheeses from Wisconsin, and, best of all, the amazing seasonal produce found here in Midwestern farmers’ markets.     Crumb_ann-baking_for-web

  • Co­-op Sauce
    The Bosses of Sauce
    Before there was Co-­op Sauce, there was Co-­op Image, a free arts and entrepreneurship organization that Mike Bancroft started with Chicago youth
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    Co­-op Sauce

    Before there was Co-­op Sauce, there was Co-­op Image, a free arts and entrepreneurship organization that Mike Bancroft started with Chicago youth. Mike and the kids needed to raise funs to sustain the program, so in 2003, they got together to brew, bottle, and sell hot sauces to restaurants and at farmers’ markets. The sauces turned into a local sensation and took off from there. While still helping to support community arts programs, Co-­op is now a legitimate business operating out of Sauce and Bread Kitchen. What hasn’t changed is philosophy of crafting our sauces in small batches with hand-­picked ingredients from Midwestern farmers and giving back to the community. mike_kids_garden