Mightybytes creates design-driven media and digital marketing solutions. We also brew beer! We're a certified B Corp believing in social/environmental responsibility. Read more.
Located below Mightybytes' HQ, Big Jones serves up Coastal Southern American Cuisine focusing on fresh, locally grown and sustainable ingredients. Read more.
Also known as "Mightybytes West", our staff does some of its best thinking while enjoying Acre's extensive menu of tasty, seasonal brews. Acre is also a farm-to-table restaurant. Read more.
Open every Wednesday in the summer, the colorful produce at this farmers market inspires Mightybytes weekly Lunch-n-Learn series. Read more.
First Slice is not just a great place to get a slice of pie. Buy healthy meals for your busy family, and you'll pay for the same meals to go to Chicago’s hungry and homeless. Read more.
GreenSky sells unique housewares, art, jewelry and gifts, much of which is made out of recycled materials, like these cheery bracelets, which were made by artisans in Haiti out of old flip flops. Read more.
Enjoy tasty food with a craft brew at Hamburger Mary’s, an Eco Andersonville green certified business! Liven up your Monday nights with Drag Queen Bingo or make a trip upstairs for some “Maryoke”. Read more.
Urban Orchard is a unique grocery store that offers items year-round from local farmer’s market vendors. If you’re a fan of local, organic, food and spirits, this is the place for you! Read more.
Hopleaf features Belgium's finest brews, plus food including perfect mussels and frites. Read more.
Along with a number of critically acclaimed prime-time shows, they also produce the long-running and celebrated Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, a show of thirty plays in sixty minutes. Read more.
The Coffee Studio is a great place to sip locally roasted coffee. It’s also an Eco Andersonville green certified business that uses direct-trade, organic and local ingredients as much as possible. Read more.
Owner Larry Vodak’s penchant for juxtaposing utility with comfort is evident in the modern, stylish pieces on sale in this urban antique shop. Many of the store's pieces are salvaged and upcycled. Read more.
Head to Green Genes, an Eco Andersonville certified green business, the next time you're looking for an eco-friendly gift for babies, kids and families. Read more.
Huey’s Hot Dogs' extensive menu has something for everyone (including vegetarians). Their charred dogs are a local favorite. Opened by a local brother and sister, menu items are named after friends. Read more.
Featured on the Food Network, Swedish Bakery has a myriad of sweets ranging from cute Kaj Frog’s to their world renowned coffee cakes. This family-run business is one of the oldest in Andersonville. Read more.
Kick back Lady Gregory’s relaxing library room while sipping one of over 300 whiskeys on their menu, or nibbling on a sophisticated grilled cheese sandwich, pot pie, or shepherd’s pie. Read more.
The best of Chicago’s locally baked treats come together at George’s Ice Cream & Sweets where they ice cream and sweets from bakeries all around Chicago. Stop by on Wednesdays for board game night. Read more.
Kopi, which means “coffee” in Indonesia, is run by a husband and wife team who are world travelers. Sip a cup of chai, or flip through a travel guide, at a cafe table, or seated on Balinese cushions. Read more.
Andersonville's Ann Sather restaurant is known locally for its delicious and hearty Swedish American brunch options, and for its cinnamon rolls, which are generously drizzled with sweet icing. Read more.
One of the largest feminist bookstores in the country, Women and Children First has 30,000 books by and about women, as well as a vast selection of children’s books and LGBT fiction and non-fiction. Read more.
With 30 years’ expertise in Lebanese and Greek Cuisine, Andies Restaurant’s gyros, lamb couscous, flaming saganaki cheese, and sweet baklava are all “must eats”. Read more.
Fostering the creation, appreciation & understanding of film, this 35-year-old media arts org hosts workshops, video exhibits, and Reeling, the Chicago Lesbian and Gay International Film Festival. Read more.
Since 1981, this well-located family-owned Middle Eastern grocery and bakery has been a neighborhood mainstay, selling breads, dips, savory pies, sweets, and a global selection of groceries. Read more.
Lingonberries are the type of fruit that are served with Swedish pancakes. Come before 2:30pm if you'd like to try them! Read more.
Home-style Italian cooking skillfully prepared with fresh ingredients. Garden dining in season. Read more.
Erickson's has been supplying Swedish cheeses, herring and meatballs to locals' smorgasbords since 1925. "It's one the last in the neighborhood," says Ann Nilsson, whose mother owns the place. Read more.