INA PINKNEY’S FAMOUS HEAVENLY HOTS

Ina Pinkney is a Chicago legend of the tastiest kind. Known as the “Breakfast Queen”, she fed Chicagoans for 33 years – first, out of a small bakery and then from her beloved breakfast restaurant INA’S in the West Loop, which she closed in December of 2013.

An undeniably outstanding chef and astute businesswoman, Ina is so much more.
She’s a community leader, a pioneer, a television personality,  a columnist at the Chicago Tribune, the subject of an award winning documentary called BREAKFAST AT INA’S, and author of a memoir cookbook called Ina’s Kitchen.

Ina Pinkney is a Chicago legend of the tastiest kind. Known as the “Breakfast Queen”, she fed Chicagoans for 33 years – first, out of a small bakery and then from her beloved breakfast restaurant INA’S in the West Loop, which she closed in December of 2013.

An undeniably outstanding chef and astute businesswoman, Ina is so much more.
She’s a community leader, a pioneer, a television personality,  a columnist at the Chicago Tribune, the subject of an award winning documentary called BREAKFAST AT INA’S, and author of a memoir cookbook called Ina’s Kitchen.

Help Ina and Schmaltz Deli fight Polio.

Mark Goodman, Ina Pinkney and Chef Michael Garbin

The title Ina wears most proudly is polio survivor.

With each purchase of Ina’s Heavenly Hots on the NEW Schmaltz Breakfast Menu, $1 will go to END POLIO NOW which is 
The Rotary Global Polio Eradication Initiative.  

Inas Pancakes - Heavenly Hots
Inas Pancakes - Heavenly Hots

The title Ina wears most proudly is polio survivor.

With each purchase of Ina’s Heavenly Hots on the NEW Schmaltz Breakfast Menu, $1 will go to END POLIO NOW which is 
The Rotary Global Polio Eradication Initiative.  

End Polio Now