Riverview Park, once located in Chicago’s North Center neighborhood, was one of the greatest of all amusement parks, and still holds a special place in the heart of all those who remember.
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The Moth Story Slam happens at Martyrs’ Bar in Chicago on the last Tuesday of every month. Ten brave souls who have dropped their names in a hat at the door, are chosen to come on stage to deliver a 5 minute story.
This restaurant isn’t about wowing the crowds; it’s about the food. The delicious, delicious food.
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.
Bad Apple features a beer list that while small, is excellently curated (are beer selections curated? Can I have THAT job?) and on top of it all dirt cheap.
With a great array of imported beers, 10 draft beers, and a hearty selection of Irish whiskey, you can’t go wrong with this traditional Irish pub.
Though relatively young to the scene, Fountainhead isn’t kidding around with its whiskey and beer list!
If you are expecting to find Miller Light on tap, they have a faucet in the bathroom that you are welcome to fill your cup with. You’re going to look at the taps, pick a German word, and get a liquid resembling in color a piece of furniture made from heavily varnished walnut tree wood, which by the way would not seem out of place in the Huettenbar.
Tiny Lounge screams date night — a cocktail canteen that straps their mixologists in t-shirts instead of mutton chops and peaked lapels.
For this project we assembled six writers who would each choose a destination, collectively drink there and then individually share their impressions. This is our story.