St Pius Church
The Poles had St Adalbert’s; the Irish had St Pius, a Romanesque revival edifice built between 1885 and 1892. Its smooth masonry...
St Adalbert Church
The 1914 St Adalbert Church features 185ft steeples and is a good example of the soaring religious structures built by Chicago’s ethnic...
Cooper Dual Language Academy
Check out the exterior wall of this school, the canvas for a 1990s tile mosaic that shows a diverse range of Mexican images, from a...
A distinct neighborhood hot spot, Simone's packs in the young and beautiful from around Pilsen. Recycled and found materials comprise...
Cafe Jumping Bean
The ramshackle cafe will make you feel like a regular as soon as you step through the door. It serves excellent hot focaccia sandwiches,...
1515 W 18th St · interesting places nearby
Nuevo Leon information
There may be a lot of gringos here, but there's even more Latino families. Festive Nuevo Leon is Pilsen's best-known restaurant. Outstanding tacos, tamales and enchiladas hit the tables, though the dish most likely to blow any meat eater’s taste buds is the assado de puerco – tender roast pork served with homemade flour tortillas. The breakfast is also excellent. Cash only.