No discussion of famed Loop architecture is complete without mentioning the boxy, metal-and-glass International Style of Ludwig Mies van...
Chicago Federal Center
Architecture buffs on a pilgrimage bow down to the Monadnock Building , two buildings in one that depict a crucial juncture in...
The Berghoff dates from 1898 and goes down in the annals of history as the first spot in Chicago to serve a legal drink after...
Native Foods Cafe
This national chain of vegan fast-casual food makes life easy for folks who don't eat animals. The meatball sandwich rocks the seitan,...
50 W Adams St · interesting places nearby
Alexander Calder’s soaring red-pink sculpture Flamingo provides some much needed relief from the stark facades of the federal buildings around it. Calder dedicated the sculpture in October 1974 by riding into the Loop on a bandwagon pulled by 40 horses, accompanied by a circus parade.