Journey Back in Time at Chicago’s Oldest Restaurants

Antique dotprinted photograph of painting: Formal dinner. Historic restaurants in Chicago concept.

Historic restaurants serve up plenty of atmosphere and history along with delicious food. If you would like to journey back in time while enjoying a delicious meal, then don’t miss visiting Chicago’s oldest restaurants: Walnut Room A Chicago tradition since 1905, the Walnut Room was the first ever department store restaurant. Found inside Macy’s on […]

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Check Out Green City Farmers Market

Heirloom tomatoes sign unclose at a local farmers market

Green City is the largest farmers market in Chicago, and this non-profit organization is celebrating its 19th anniversary. It is the only year-round sustainable market in the city, and the mission is to connect farmers and local producers directly to chefs as well as the local community. Some of the vendors to check out include: […]

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Take It to Another Level at These Year-Round Rooftop Bars in Chicago

Group Of Friends Enjoying Drink At Outdoor Rooftop Bar Laughing And Chatting Around Table.

Chicago is known for its highrise buildings and iconic skyline. Residents and visitors alike head to the rooftops each spring to take in the warmer weather at bars and restaurants all over the city. Some of these rooftop bars are even open year-round, allowing guests to enjoy the fabulous sights of Downtown no matter the […]

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