Among the Park’s cool features are a pagoda-shaped pavilion, where you can catch a water taxi to downtown Chicago, and a unique railroad drawbridge. Read more.
Where else can you get a beer, a taco and a shot of whisky for under $10? Leave it to Blackbird exec chef Paul Kahan to make it happen. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Visit this new haven for "cheese, swine & wine," delivering said goods in a wine bar-meets-butcher shop space with marble countertops and wine barrels jutting out from the wall. Read more.
Located in trendy Logan Square, Revolution Brewing is one of Chicago’s artisanal brewing companies. Try the Bacon Fat Popcorn at their restaurant, which also has vegan-friendly options. Read more.
Reza’s Restauarant offers 25 options for vegetarians, as well as tasty seafood and kebabs. They started as a hotdog stand with 5 seats, but their Andersonville outpost now seats 500! Read more.
Head down the stairs to Lower Wacker Dr. at Lower Michigan Ave. to see where scenes from The Dark Knight and The Blues Brothers Movie were shot. Read more.
One of Chicago’s Always Free Attractions, the museum has a collection of treasures from the Middle East such as a 5,000 year old mummy, a 40-ton Assyrian sculpture & a 17-foot tall statue of King Tut. Read more.
The kitchen can customize almost any dish for those with food allergies & a variety of ultra-fresh salads are topped with handcrafted dressings. Stop in for a Panini stuffed with prosciutto & fig. Read more.
In the past it served as a speakeasy, and today it’s a great spot to enjoy half a glass of Jameson before heading through the back door for an amazing meal at the adjacent Athenian Room. Read more.
Stop in to nosh on a banana walnut bowl, buffalo chicken bowl or an Asian sesame salad (all boasting a low calorie count) while enjoying free wifi or watching ESPN. Read more.