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Craft Brews

Restaurants

Celebrity chefs? Check. World-renowned restaurants? Check. Ethnic dining from around the globe? Check. Chicago's dining scene is unparalleled. From lavish cuisine to deep dish pizza, one thing is for certain in Chicago: an appetite is required.
Nightlife

Nightlife

For an authentic Chicago neighborhood experience, there's no better place than Sheffield's in Lakeview. The large, outdoor patio complete with picnic tables is the perfect place for casual conversation or an impromptu bar game. Whether it's for an after work happy hour amongst locals or getting the weekend party started, the best people watching in Chicago is at the Cedar Hotel. The trendy, Near North Side establishment has a large outdoor courtyard overlooking the festivities on Rush Street.
Wrigley Field

Sports

The first Cubs game at Wrigley Field was played on April 20, 1916. Today, it's the second oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball and one of the most popular attractions in Chicago. The stadium is known for its traditional setting and charmingly old fashioned sensibilities - including an ivy-covered outfield wall and manually operated scoreboard.
SHOPPING IN CHICAGO

Shopping

Any shopping adventure in Chicago should begin with the granddaddy of all Chicago retail: The Magnificent Mile. This cosmopolitan, history-packed section of Michigan Avenue teems with shopping, dining, and entertainment treasures that make any vacation unforgettable.