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Oh, the Chicago Pedway. What a perfectly unique quirk in this city full of surprises. This underground system of tunnels connects Chicago’s Loop, a fascinating and functional city below the city.
Inside the Metra’s Ogilvie Transportation Center is the last place you’d expect to find delicious French street fare, but tucked away between ticketing booths and platform entrances lies the Chicago French Market.
Since its opening in 1995, The Soupbox has offered a refreshingly simple experience — good soup and bread.
100,000 people. Bonfires. Booze. Pot. Sex. Explosions. Baseball? Welcome to the death of disco and the destruction of Comiskey Park.
For a leisurely lunch on a Saturday afternoon, head to Jerry’s with your game face on. It’s time to tackle some tough decisions and a delicious sandwich.
At Flat Top Grill, you are the head chef.
Since the 1920s the theater has hosted great musicians, comedians, and entertainers including Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Robin Williams, Prince, and many more.
Easy to access by Loop workers and park tourists alike, this place is always bustling. The Gage has a lively upscale pub atmosphere and really does English food right.
The Jay Pritzker Pavilion is a summertime hub for music lovers. Check out these free concerts in the park — a great way to spend those warm summer evenings!
Chicago’s Downtown Theater District is a hub of artistic talent and the closest you can get to Broadway without setting foot on a plane.
Grant Park is Chicago’s 300-acre hub for indoor and outdoor entertainment and celebrations.