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Old 07-20-2019, 06:31 PM   #541
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Default If you're going to be in Chicago and don't mind a bit of walking..........

Check out some of the walking tours offered. I posted the one pertaining to Lincoln Park and gangsters, but there are many others as well.

A block east from the Fullerton Red/Brown line stop at the corner of Halsted/Lincoln/ Fullerton at Julia Porter Park at 2400 N Halsted​. Look for your guide with the Free Tours by Foot logo!

Join Free Tours by Foot as we venture through one of Chicago’s well known neighborhoods, Lincoln Park. Famous for hidden gems, hired guns, and hot guitars, our guide will lead you through the neighborhood to view the unique and residential streets. You’ll walk the footsteps of Chicago’s notorious gangsters and learn about how prohibition effected Chicago.

We’ll walk through Lincoln Avenue Bar District and hope to hear the strains of blues guitars from the pubs and music venues. The tour ends at Lincoln Park, the park which the neighborhood is named after. You will be steps away from visiting the Lincoln Park Conservatory or the Lincoln Park Zoo.

Reservations: REQUIRED.

Duration: Tour lasts approx. 2 hours. Total walking is just over one mile (1.6 km).

Cost: This tour is free to take, and you get to decide what, if anything, the tour was worth when it's done.
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Nottoli & Son Italian Sausage Shop & Deli 7652 W Belmont Ave


I have not been to this establishment YET but it's on my list for the next visit to the Windy City........
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Default Something new if you're going to be around Chicago....

City Hall 838 W. Kinzie Street Chicago


Enormous restaurant and event space City Hall opened around the middle of June with simple American dishes and an abundance of drinks named with civic puns. Owners hope the 18,000-square-foot space will cultivate a comfortable neighborhood feel with occasional DJ appearances and live music according to a news release.

Culinary director Michael Taus (Charlie Trotter’s, Zealous, Taus Authentic) designed a menu of comfort foods that draws on memories of his mother and grandmother’s classic dishes, according to a news release. These include a grilled cheese with poblano jam, applewood-smoked bacon, havarti, and white cheddar, and chili-garlic chicken wings served with yogurt mint sauce, buffalo-style, or with blue cheese dressing.

A "must" on my next trip to the Windy City...
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Default Looking for brunch in Chicago?

Frances' Deli and Brunchery ∙ 2552 N Clark St. ∙ Chicago 773 248 4580 ∙


Frances Deli has been a Hallmark in Lincoln Park, for 80 years this year! Serving diners Breakfast, Lunch, and Brunch before it was a trendy thing.


Another place to put on my list for my next Chicago trip...

www.BrunchOnClark.com
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Plant Shop Chicago 4601 N Elston Ave Chicago,
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Enormous restaurant and event space City Hall opened around the middle of June with simple American dishes and an abundance of drinks named with civic puns. Owners hope the 18,000-square-foot space will cultivate a comfortable neighborhood feel with occasional DJ appearances and live music according to a news release.

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Frances Deli has been a Hallmark in Lincoln Park, for 80 years this year! Serving diners Breakfast, Lunch, and Brunch before it was a trendy thing.


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Default In Chicago on a Tuesday & looking for something fun?

Trivia Night at The Globe Pub Tuesdays 1934 W Irving Park Rd. North Center $5 donation


Join us at Globe Pub to play trivia and raise some money to support Grassroots Animal Rescue. 100% of entrance fee goes to the cats!

You don't have to be a Jeopardy champion to enjoy this. Quiz-master Dave Ahren's questions are laughably arcane and specific.
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Default Going to be in Chicago looking for a little magic?

Justin Purcell Magician 2410 W Fullerton Ave, Chicago


Performs every Tuesday at Logan Arcade.His stage is a small table with room for just one or two spectators. Cast a skeptical eye on his card and coin tricks but prepare to be flummoxed by impossible-to-explain maneuvers like when he asks you to sign a $20 bill, burns it, and then finds it unscathed inside a lemon swiped from the bar......
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If you're flying into Chicago's O'Hare field and are unsure of what mode of transport to take to get downtown, by all means take the blue line El train that runs right under the airport terminal station! TRUST me on this, ESPECIALLY if it's during rush hour! As you go sailing past the "parking lot" of an expressway hopefully you'll remember this post and smile to yourself!

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Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club 3700 N Halsted St Chicago, IL 60613

Besides good food they offer Cabaret & Drag shows
This place has spruced up things and it looks WAY nicer!

The're still offering food and cocktails.......
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If you're going to be in Chicago and want pizza............

Pizano's Pizza & Pasta 864 N State St, Chicago (there are other locations as well)

It's impossible to say who has the best pizza in Chicago, but this place has to be one of them! Plenty here besides pizza too!

I have posted this before no doubt, but after a recent visit, it's remains top on my list!
On Chicago's new Mayor Lightfoot list too it appears.......

The Sun-Times found out that her favorite specific location is at 2106 S. Indiana Street.
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8972 Beaver Valley Rd, Chimacum, WA 98325

ESPECIALLY if you're near either on a Thursday or Friday stop by for their Beef Stew Soup made with all local grown vegetables from around the area!

At $8 bucks a bowl it's a bit pricey but well worth it........


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A formerly abandoned stretch of elevated railway track has found new life as the 606. Named after the first three digits in every Chicago zip code. Runs along Bloomingdale Trail between Ashland and Ridgeway. Modeled after NYC’s High Line, The 606 urban hiking trail is the best way to see the city’s neighborhoods with a little nature thrown into the mix. The 2.7-mile elevated pathway along an old railway line passes through neighborhoods like Bucktown, Logan Square, and Humboldt Park, with plenty of cool bars and restaurants along the way to stop off at for a little pick-me-up, including Handlebar and Weegee’s Lounge.
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Stony Island Arts Bank 6760 S Stony Island Ave Friday August 16 - Sunday August 25 2019


The Obama Presidential Library in Jackson Park is years away from completion, but a new exhibition near the facility's future home pays tribute to the former Illinois Senator in a fasinating way. "The Obama Paintings" is an exhibition made up of nearly 3,000 red- and blue-tinged paintings depicting scenes that correspond to each day of Obama's presidency. Artist Rob Pruitt renders everything from a walk with the Obama family dog, Bo, to State of the Union addresses and meetings with heads of state.
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Definitely the way to go. Otherwise it's O'Scare. El is the only way to do ORD. Any other mode, I'd only do Midway.
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Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am’

A documentary about the life of the Nobel Prize winner, “Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am,” will be showing in the city this weekend, for anyone who wants a chance to witness the acclaimed doc about the transcendent author on the silver screen.


Morrison’s friend and photographer, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, directed the film, which will have nine screenings during a seven-day period. Times and dates vary, Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State St., $8-$12; genesiskelfilmcenter.pfestore.com
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Reeling Film Festival Sept 19th - 29th Various locations


Reeling is the Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival. It is the second longest-running film festival of its kind, and prides itself on showcasing the best LGBTQ+ films and videos each year.

The documentary they are planning to close out the event with looks extremely interesting.

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If you're flying into Chicago's O'Hare field and are unsure of what mode of transport to take to get downtown, by all means take the blue line El train that runs right under the airport terminal station! TRUST me on this, ESPECIALLY if it's during rush hour! As you go sailing past the "parking lot" of an expressway hopefully you'll remember this post and smile to yourself!
Another reason to take the Blue Line (as if you need one) is some great Thai food from The Sala Pao Shop, Located at 1909 N Western Ave, it's just a quick hop off at the Western stop. It's not an overly extensive selection but the BBQ pork steamed bun & sticky rice mango I inhaled really hit the spot.
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