Mary Bartelme Park
The neighborhood's stroller-pushing families and dog-walking hipsters get their exercise in Mary Bartelme Park. Five off-kilter...
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...
Artist Claes Oldenburg – known for his gigantic shuttlecocks in Kansas City and oversized cherry spoon in Minneapolis – delivered this...
Artopolis Bakery & Cafe
Like a good Greek salad, this place has many ingredients. It's one of the city’s top bakeries – many of the nearby Randolph St joints...
314 S Halsted St · interesting places nearby
The Parthenon has anchored Greektown since 1968, hearing countless yells of ‘opa’ to accompany the flaming saganaki (fried cheese), a dish that the restaurant supposedly invented. Greeks returning to the city from their suburban retreats have made the Parthenon a favorite. Vegetarians and gluten-free eaters will find lots of options. A plus for drivers: there’s free valet service.