Swedish American Museum Center
The permanent collection at this small storefront museum focuses on the lives of the Swedes who originally settled Chicago. Check out...
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5148 N Clark St · interesting places nearby
A cozy, European-like tavern, Hopleaf draws crowds for its Montreal-style smoked brisket, cashew-butter-and-fig-jam sandwich, uber-creamy macaroni and Stilton cheese, and the house-specialty frites (fries) and ale-soaked mussels. It also pours 200 types of brew (around 60 are on tap), emphasizing craft and Belgian suds.
In winter, a fireplace warms the jam-packed tables full of chattering locals. In summer, everyone heads to the umbrella-shaded patio in the back garden.