Orange is also the name of a breakfast and lunch only restaurant and juice bar in Chicago's Lakeview area, open 8am-3pm Tuesday-Sunday. Owned by Matt Miller and Andrew Klemen. Located at the corner of Clark and Belmont (3231 N. Clark St.), Orange is easily accessible by the Red Line (Belmont stop).
Orange's contemporary menu includes items like "Pancake Flight," a platter of pancakes prepared with a key ingredient in four different ways (example: pancakes with fresh plums in brandy, pancakes in a ginger-plum coulis, pancakes in Japanese plum wine sauce, etc). Another item is "Green Eggs and Ham," a pesto omelette with roasted tomatoes and pancetta. Orange is best known for "frushi," sweetened dessert rice with fruit, sliced and arranged to look like sushi. The result is more visually appealing than tasty, but many hip youths swear it is great. I would not consider it haute cuisine, but I give the frushi points for creativity and whimsy.
Orange does not take reservations, so aside from the frushi, the place is well known for the absurd amount of time one must wait for a table.