Monique Meloche Gallery
One of Chicago's tastemakers, the gallery features provocative paintings, neon and mixed media. If nothing else, have a look at the...
Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Cathedral
Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Cathedral looks like it was scooped straight out of the Russian countryside and deposited in the...
St Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral
Take a minute to wander by St Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral , which is the less traditional of the neighborhood’s main churches....
Chicago’s music insiders fawn over the Empty Bottle, the city’s scruffy, go-to club for edgy indie rock, jazz and other beats. Monday’s...
Join the shaggy rockers reading graphic novels and eating lemon ricotta French toast for breakfast, falafel sandwiches for lunch or coq...
Division St · interesting places nearby
Paseo Boricua information
Paseo Boricua, aka the Puerto Rican Passage, is a mile-long stretch of Division St stuffed with Puerto Rican shops and restaurants. It’s marked at either end by a 45-ton, steel Puerto Rican flag sculpture that arches over the road; the eastern flag stands near Western Ave, while the western one is at Mozart Ave.
This area has long been the epicenter of Chicago’s 113,000-strong Puerto Rican community.