This wonderfully restored 1925 train station looks like it stepped right out of a gangster movie. In fact, it has been used to great...
Old St Patrick’s Church
A Chicago fire survivor, this 1852 church is one of the city’s oldest. Old St Pat’s is best known for its World’s Largest Block Party, a...
Fitness Formula Club
This outlet of the local fitness chain, by the Ogilvie train station, is one of the nicest. Burn off stress via the abundant cardio...
Meli is the Greek word for ‘honey,’ and it’s apt for this sweet breakfast spot. Skillet dishes made from cage-free eggs (served over a...
565 W Jackson Blvd · interesting places nearby
Lou Mitchell's information
A relic of Route 66, Lou's brings in elbow-to-elbow locals and tourists for breakfast. The old-school waitresses deliver fluffy omelets that hang off the plate and thick-cut French toast with a jug of syrup. They call you 'honey' and fill your coffee cup endlessly. There's often a queue to get in, but free donut holes and Milk Duds help ease the wait.