Check out some unique Chicago boutiques on Southport Avenue. Go for a leisurely stroll with friends, taking the time to check out every window display and boutique.
Cheesies is, simply put, drunk-late-night-food heaven. Also works well for hangovers.
You really can’t beat a place with a roof deck in the summer, affording you views of the surrounding neighborhood most likely swarming with inebriated Cubs fans.
Whatever your reason for loving this local music venue, the Metro is a great place to get introduced to Chicago’s music scene.
If you’re looking for a place to hang out before, after, or during a Cubs game, Murphy’s is where you want to be.
Ian’s mac ‘n cheese pizza is cheese and grease-filled heaven.
Rockit Bar & Grill combines an upscale River North feel with great food and an atmosphere perfect for cocktailing.
This cafe & restaurant is a gem of a spot in a city scattered with Starbucks. If you’re the type who enjoys slowly sipping a great cup of tea or a cappuccino while reading the paper uninterrupted, this is the place for you.
We at UPchicago are fanatics for anything Argentine, including the country’s oh-so-fabulous cuisine. So, when we decided to check out Tango Sur to celebrate a birthday the other night, we had high expectations to say the least.
I am in love. Head over heels, obsessively, passionately, helplessly, hopelessly in love…with a quaint little tapas restaurant called Twist.
From the signature red sign at Clark and Addison to the manually operated scoreboard, the Friendly Confines house some of the most recognizable sights in all of baseball.
Famous for its Country night, Houndstooth is a great place for good deals and drinking 40s.
This Wrigleyville spot offers something a little different than its neighbors!