Museum of Broadcast Communications
This museum of radio and TV nostalgia is pretty sparsely populated considering the admission price. But if you have a hankering to see...
The Donald's 1360ft tower is now Chicago's second-tallest building, though architecture critics have mocked its 'toothpick' look.
For postmodern fun, check out the twin corncob towers of the 1964 Marina City. Bertrand Goldberg designed the futuristic high-rise, and...
Many bars in this neighborhood are annoyingly trendy and uppity. Henry's is refreshing because it's the opposite: welcoming, laid-back...
Shaw’s Crab House
Shaw’s beautiful old dining room and adjoining lounge have an elegant, historic feel, complemented by dark woods and sea-worn nautical...
11 E Hubbard St · interesting places nearby
This comfy jazz club programs a far-ranging lineup of local traditional, swing, bop, Latin, fusion and Afro-pop acts, along with the occasional big-name performer. It has been on the scene for several years and its downtown location makes it a popular spot for postwork boppers.