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“Many of our friends are in shows at The Second City. You cannot go wrong with any of their main stage or UP Comedy Club productions!”
  • 現地メンバー245人のおすすめ
ニューアメリカンレストラン
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“When I tell people I live in Logan Square almost every single one of them mention Longman & Eagle. It's in a great location in the neighborhood and has some of the best dishes & cocktails you'll find around town. You can't go wrong when choosing to dine out at Longman & Eagle”
  • 現地メンバー244人のおすすめ
Burger Joint
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“Open for over three years now, Au Cheval has become one of the hardest spots to get into in Chicago and a lot of the reason for that can be attributed to their cheeseburger. Six months in, even before Bon Appetit declared it the best in America, the Au Cheval cheeseburger had become the talk of the town. Don't have time to wait? Try Au Cheval's little brother, Small Cheval located nearby at 150 N Riverside office building (limited operating hours) or Bucktown at 1732 N Milwaukee.”
  • 現地メンバー168人のおすすめ
スピークイージー(隠れ家的バー)
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“Hidden entrance, look for a mural on the side of building and the door in the middle of it all. Creative cocktails & small bites define this sophisticated, stylish bar.”
  • 現地メンバー224人のおすすめ
Jewelry Store
“Interesting mall that was made popular in the 80s and 90s. Worth seeing for the architecture, but the shopping is just so so in the building. Better served walking up/down Michigan Ave”
  • 現地メンバー95人のおすすめ
Building
“There's a signature room, you can grab a drink at the top and find great views at the discounted price of one drink, smoothie, beer or wine! Great sunset pictures.”
  • 現地メンバー150人のおすすめ
Building
“The Willis Tower, built as and still commonly referred to as the Sears Tower, is a 110-story, 1,450-foot skyscraper. Take cool pics from the Skydeck! ”
  • 現地メンバー131人のおすすめ
Planetarium
“The Adler Planetarium is a public museum dedicated to the study of astronomy and astrophysics.”
  • 現地メンバー131人のおすすめ
Football Stadium
“Soldier Field is an American football stadium located in the Near South Side of Chicago, Illinois. It opened in 1924 and is the home field of the Chicago Bears of the National Football League, who moved there in 1971, and the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer, who will start playing there in 2020”
  • 現地メンバー91人のおすすめ
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フライドチキン屋
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“Best fried chicken in town, great cocktails (known for boozy slushies), great patio and a good delivery option as well. About a mile south and east ”
  • 現地メンバー204人のおすすめ
アメリカンレストラン
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“Enjoy sipping a delightful beverage while taking in the best 360 degree view of the city! ”
  • 現地メンバー157人のおすすめ
ニューアメリカンレストラン
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“Delicious, American fare in hip environment. Chef Stephanie Izzard is famous for winning Bravo's Top Chef.”
  • 現地メンバー138人のおすすめ
自主映画館
“One of the oldest movie theaters in the city! They play the newest movies but also old classics every week​!”
  • 現地メンバー200人のおすすめ
Pool
“Humbolt Park is a historical residential neighborhood filled to the brim with families, small businesses, and diverse restaurants. Humbolt Park is slowly becoming a trendy area of the city, yet still manages to have an original personality. "Drive along North Avenue between Western and Pulaski any day of the week and you are awed by the sight of Humboldt Park, its size and greenery and historic buildings and community gatherings. One of Chicago's 77 designated community areas, it is located on the West Side in a largely Puerto Rican neighborhood that is noted for its dynamic social and ethnic demographic change over the last 50 years. The 207-acre park is the centerpiece of the community. Named for Alexander von Humboldt, a German naturalist and geographer, the park features three major historical buildings--the Boat House, the Field House and the Historic Stables. The park was laid out in 1869. Over the years, the neighborhood was home to Scandinavians, then European Jews, then Polish, then Puerto Ricans, African Americans, Mexicans and other Latinos. In 1980, Puerto Ricans were the largest ethnic group in Humboldt Park. In 2001, they founded the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture. In 2009, they moved the museum into the historic Humboldt Park stables and receptory. It is the only museum of its kind in the United States. Originally completed in 1895, the stables and receptory is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Chicago Landmark. The building's design highlights the Germanic character of the neighborhood in the 1890s and is a fanciful creation of various roofs, finials, brick and half-timbering. The park is bordered by North Avenue to the North, Western Avenue to the East, Pulaski Road to the West and the Union Pacific Railroad tracks to the South." We would not recommend walking too far west of the immediate neighborhood surrounding the park though as safety parameters are not universal.”
  • 現地メンバー127人のおすすめ
ピザ屋
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“Great place for classic Chicago Deep Dish Pizza, but it gets pretty busy on the weekend! ”
  • 現地メンバー146人のおすすめ
カクテルバー
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“Great cocktails and food. Don’t leave before midnight when chocolate chip cookies are served.”
  • 現地メンバー158人のおすすめ