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...
An Andersonville mainstay that has been around since 1934, Simon’s is a dimly lit musicians’ watering hole. The jukebox rocks an...
A cozy, European-style tavern, Hopleaf draws crowds for its Montreal-style smoked brisket, cashew-butter-and-fig-jam sandwich,...
Lonely Planet review
One of only a handful of nouveau Korean restaurants in town, Jin Ju throws a culinary curveball by tempering Korean food to Western tastes. The minimalist candlelit interior of Jin Ju echoes softly with downbeat techno, and the stylish 30-something clientele enjoys mains like haemul pajon (a fried pancake stuffed with seafood) and kalbi (beef short ribs).
The drinks menu must is the ‘soju-tini’, a cocktail made with soju , a Korean spirit distilled from sweet potatoes.