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
Artopolis is one of the city’s top bakeries – many of the nearby Randolph St restaurants get their bread here, and locals often pop in...
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.