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...
Using the name of the national beer from his ancestral Malta, owner Michael Roper operates one of the city’s best, classiest beer bars....
One of only a handful of nouveau Korean restaurants in town, Jin Ju throws a culinary curveball by tempering Korean food to Western...
5148 N Clark St · interesting places nearby
A cozy, European-style 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 and ale-soaked mussels. It also pours 200 types of brew (30 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 herb garden.