Like NYC's High Line, Chicago's 606 is a similar urban-cool elevated path along an old train track. Bike or stroll past factories,...
At this map- and globe-filled ‘travelers’ tavern,’ artsy types sip coffee by day and suds from the 200-strong beer list by night. Board...
It may have a wee menu and an impersonal, industrial-metallic ambience, but that hasn't stopped Belly Shack from receiving Michelin Bib...
1865 N Milwaukee Ave · interesting places nearby
Chicago’s unassuming lone Costa Rican eatery turns out burritos bursting with chicken, black beans and fresh avocado, and sandwiches dressed in a heavenly, spicy-sweet vegetable sauce. Wash them down with an avena (a slurpable oatmeal milkshake). For breakfast, the arroz con huevos (peppery eggs scrambled into rice) relieves hangovers. Irazu is BYOB with no corkage fee. Cash only.