The wave of coffee shop brands from Australia and New Zealand making forays into America continues. New Zealand-based Mojo just opened its first U.S. unit in Chicago. The chain is known for Australian favorites like flat whites and long blacks (an espresso shot mixed with hot water), as well as “steampunk” pour over coffees. Mojo’s menu includes grab-and-go food options and also dine-in fare like lamb meatloaf and shaved smoked salmon toast, DNAInfo reports. And in Portland, Ore., there’s soon-to-open Proud Mary. The Melbourne-based roaster is opening its first U.S. unit there. The coffee shop features an extensive food menu, from muesli to breakfast sashimi to a grilled ox tongue with hummus, dates, green almond, molasses and za’atar, according to Eater.