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Welcome To Bridgeport
Age-old beauty and a rich history give Bridgeport an edge over many Chicago neighborhoods. Built on the backs of Irish, German, and Norwegian immigrants, Bridgeport is a stronghold of elegant working-class culture. Welcoming an even more diverse mix of residents today, the shopping, dining and culture here overflow with options for amazing international cuisine, independent boutiques and global festivals. And who could forget, Bridgeport is where the 2005 World Champion Chicago White Sox play their home games. (So don't expect to see many Cubs fans around these parts!) Any time the Sox hit a home run, fireworks shoot out from the stadium as the roar of the crowd serenades the colorful display.
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Location: 3 miles southwest of the Loop
Bordering Neighborhoods: Chinatown, Bronzeville, Near South Side, McKinley Park, Back-of-the-Yards
Boundaries: Stevenson Expressway (I-55) to the north, the Dan Ryan Expressway (I-90/94) to the east, Pershing Road to the south and Ashland Avenue to the west
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Then and Now
The year 1836 saw the ground breaking of the Illinois and Michigan Canal. This man-made endeavor created a connection between the Chicago River and the Illinois River, 96 miles apart. Immigrants flooded the area for construction jobs at the canal site and as a result, Bridgeport was born. Irish, German and Norwegian canal dredgers made their homes along Archer Avenue named for William Beatty Archer, who oversaw the waterway's construction. In 1848 the canal was finished and opened for business. Suddenly Bridgeport was a bustling community of lumber yards, industrial factories and meatpacking plants. Archer Avenue became the main strip, and meatpacking industries became the major employer of the immigrant residents.
Although the population was diverse, each ethnic community built its own enclave. The Irish, German, Poles, Czechs and Lithuanians all constructed their own parishes, which became the moral center of each sub-neighborhood. Around these churches, two-flat houses and quaint brick cottages were built. Such a stable development led to strong businesses and soon enough, saloons, schools, and small retail, grocer, and industrial merchants came onto the scene. In the 1880s streetcars appeared on Halsted Street, boosting it to main drag status over Archer Avenue.
Today industry continues to thrive in Bridgeport. For over 150 years, this neighborhood has given Chicago and the surrounding areas some of its strongest workers. Not to mention some of its most influential. Five Chicago mayors have either come from Bridgeport or made it their main residence over the years. Richard M. Daley is the fifth mayor with roots in Bridgeport, having grown up in the same modest, brick bungalow that his father, former Mayor Richard J. Daley, lived and died in.
Even though U.S. Cellular Field is absolutely key to big time fun in Bridgeport, no one can watch baseball all the time... So when the stadium is quiet, or we just feel like stretching the legs, one of our favorite things to do is stroll around Bridgeport's parks and maybe even play a little baseball ourselves. A visit to the park in the summer brings pleasant shade and walking trails, while the fall bursts with gorgeous yellows, reds and browns of autumn leaves.
At the turn of the 20th century, Chicago architects were beginning to realize the importance of green spaces within the concrete limits of cities -- and Bridgeport lucked out with a bunch of new parks that lure us with activity and serenity throughout the year. McGuane Park (2901 S Poplar Ave, 312-747-6497) was founded in 1905 and named after John F. McGuane, a former World War I vet and a member of the Chicago Park District Board of Commissioners. Toss the old ball around the bases at one of the baseball diamonds, or get a work out at the fitness center or tennis courts. When weather permits, enjoy outdoor concerts, swimming, and plenty of walking trails.
Wilson Park (1122 W 34th St, 312-747-7002), named after former alderman John P. Wilson, occupies 1.6 acres of Bridgeport land and is truly a gem to this Chicago neighborhood. The consistently good family programming is what keeps us coming back. There's a sports camp, a play camp, and even a senior citizens club for older folks to meet, greet, and keep active.
One of the biggest parks in Bridgeport, and the most popular, is Armour Square Park (3309 S Shields Ave, 312-747-6012). Do you remember that ditty, "Hot dogs, Armour hot dogs. What kinds of kids love Armour hot dogs?" Well Armour Square Park was named after the Armour brothers who owned the biggest meatpacking plant in Chicago. Armour and Company became one of Chicago's most important businesses and the brothers grew insanely rich. In short time the Armour family developed into Chicago philanthropists and the creation of the park in 1905 was intended to honor the Armour family and help relieve the tensions and architectural claustrophobia of tenement housing. Armour Square Park was designed in part by Daniel Burnham and Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed the Chicago World's Fair. Today Armour Square Park has walking trails, basketball courts, boxing, a fitness center, baseball diamonds, a community meeting room, tennis courts, and even swimming facilities. A park with a hot dog history and lots of fun going on? Sounds good to us!
Bridgeport is a neighborhood for the average Joe with an elegant edge. Its vibrant personality shines brightly through generations of hard work and rich history. Tall, leafy trees dot the streets, and wide open parks are scattered between the concrete blocks. Old churches still stand from the original immigrant settlers, and young families walk the same avenues their grandparents did. Bridgeport is a Chicago community of long-standing roots and new buds. A recent kick of modernization and round of respectable rehabbing has added a contemporary twist to an old school neighborhood.
Bridgeport's residential streets house condominiums, apartments, low-rise flats, and two- and three-story walk-ups. A variety of smaller houses and private homes are also available, all examples of the blend of contemporary to classic building styles represented in this south side Chicago neighborhood. Bridgeport residences are being rehabbed left and right, many with sturdy brick facades that have stood the test of time (not too much aluminum siding here!).
Generally, the average sales price for a one-bedroom condo is around $215,000, for a two- or three-bedroom place the average goes up to around $330,000. Three-bedroom single-family detached homes start in the low $200,000s, but can reach into the $700,000s -- with a few five-bedroom houses passing that million dollar mark.
What's on the Menu?
There's a cuisine for every palate and every schedule in Bridgeport, from on-the-go-meals to fine dining and multi-course menus. The only problem you might encounter is making enough room in the agenda to sample all the restaurants found in this Chicago neighborhood.
Every once in a while, everyone craves a good burger. When the urge hits we head to Parkside Cafe (308 W 33rd St, 312-225-0633) for some of the best burgers on Chicago's south side. Parkside is a short jaunt from U.S. Cellular field and is perfect for grabbing a quick bite after the game -- that is, if you can get there before the flood of other fans who are thinking the same thing! The sweet potato fries are worth fighting the crowds. Here's a tip: try a dash of sugar and a little pinch of salt on your fries -- it's a home run for the taste buds. To up the dining class a smidge, head over to Punky's Pizza and Pasta (2600 S Wallace St, 312-842-2100), a place frequented by cops and city workers on their days off. Why? Maybe it's because when Punky's says a large pizza, they mean a pizza so big it'll take five grown men to finish. The grilled chicken sandwich with roasted peppers is our second favorite dish. We always have this comfortable feeling that we're in an episode of "Cheers" when we go to Punky's. Everybody is so darn nice all the time. After trying it, you too will become a Punky's junky.
Bridgeport also has a plethora of ethnic restaurants to enliven the taste buds. The Healthy Food Lithuanian Restaurant (3236 S. Halsted Ave, 312-326-2724) uses recipes that go back to the 1940s and earlier. Everything is made from scratch, from the blueberry pancakes to the kugelis (like a Lithuanian potato pancake). If you're in the mood for something new and different, go to Healthy Food for their shakes and try the unusual, yet awesome "Healthy Shake" concocted with wheat germ, honey and Lithuanian yogurt. If you want something a little more standard but still adventurous, Ed's Potsticker House (3139 S. Halsted St, 312-326-6898) has some of the best Asian cuisine in Chicago. The shao long bao (soup dumplings) are divine. Each dumpling has a small amount of soup trapped inside its crust so when you bite into the dumpling you get a taste of the soup -- and believe us, the flavor is unbelievable! Our vegetarian friends can't get over Ed's eggplant wedges. Basically eggplant is fried to a crisp and then covered in a sweet hot sauce. And Ed's is BYOB so, as long as you bring it, you can always have exactly what you want to drink.
Best Shopping Stops
You're not going to find a Gap on every corner here. Bridgeport has a sensible retail market, mixed in with an artistic flavor. In the past several years, Bridgeport has become the new safe haven for Chicago artists. The creative flair is evident when roaming the streets of this south side neighborhood.
In the market for a spiritual advisor? Perhaps you need to restock the collection of herbs in the kitchen. Or maybe you're seeking out a certain charm for the wrist that is meant to bring safekeeping to self and family, and comfort to the heart. Then you need to check out Augustine's Eternal Gifts (3327 St Halsted St, 773-843-1933). Augustine's has supplies from every faith from Bibles to tarot decks. It's one the best places in Chicago to find obscure occult books and pump a little mystery into a bland afternoon. After perusing Augustine's, head over to the nostalgic scene at Bridgeport Antiques (2963 S Archer Ave, 773-927-9070). Unlike other musty, overflowing and overpriced antique joints, Bridgeport Antiques is a comfortable shop with affordable prices and a great collection of old-time odds and ends. Every once in a while a rare book will show up on the shelves, or that perfect piece of furniture that would be ideal for the front hallway will find its way in.
In recent years, Bridgeport has established a small, yet astounding art scene. Seeking lower rent studio space than offered in downtown areas, many artists have moved their creativity to the Bridgeport neighborhood. Martin Soto runs the Martin Soto Studio and Gallery (1029 W 35th St, 773-523-0200) out of the Zhou Brothers Center. Soto's work has the flair of an old European master and has been collected by art-lovers around the country. At Oskar Friedl Gallery (1029 W. 35th St, 312-493-4330) a variety of artists are represented, usually with a multi-media focus. A visit to Oskar's will introduce you to sensational photographers, impressionistic painters, and modern day creative eccentrics.
Night on the Town
The nightlife in Bridgeport definitely fosters a laid back sensibility rather than a hyperactive club scene. Most bars are local dives that serve up cold beer, friendly smiles, good conversation, and a darn fine jukebox.
Bernice and John's Tavern (3238 S. Halsted St, 312-326-9460) is one of those places, family owned and run since 1965. You're more likely to find a good bottle of Jameson and shots going at the bar than fancy cocktail mixing. That's the charm. Many patrons go to Bernice and John's to grab a PBR, catch up on sports, and throw in a few gripes about politics while here. Moving on to another family-owned joint, Schaller's Pump (3714 S Halsted St, 773-376-6332) has been around since 1881. Bridgeport has never really existed without Schaller's and there isn't anything fancy to the success. Just canned beer and simple bar burgers to munch on. Mitchell's Tap (3356 S Halsted St, 773-927-6073) hasn't been around quite so long, but this neighborhood fixture is getting the bar scene right as it survives by the motto "Drink to what ales you." Southsiders can grab an Old Style, rally over the Sox games, and have an occasional homemade buffet of the best meatballs this side of Comiskey.
It's nothing extravagant or ultra-hip that keeps the Bridgeport nightlife going. It's just people who would rather hear each other talk than the overpowering techno bass of a DJ. That's why Bridgeport bars are different than anywhere else in the city. It's fun to discover new places like Jimbo's Lounge (3258 S Princeton Ave, 312-326-3253) and not know a soul when we get there, but make 15 new friends before we leave.
Mark Your Calendar
Every Chicago neighborhood has signature special events and Bridgeport is no different.
Oftentimes we wander down to U.S. Cellular field to find that, not only do we get to see the White Sox play some heavy-hitting baseball, but there's also a festival awaiting fans as we exit the stadium!
A stone's throw from Cellular field, Bridgeport throws its most fabulous festival of the summer season. Held in late July, the Southside Arts and Music Festival (3500 S Halsted St, 773-868-3010) is fun for everyone from sports fan to crafty kid. We're always up for an outdoor street party, but it feels even cooler when the party is for a good cause. The Southside benefits the Valentine Boys and Girls Club of Chicago, a youth center located in the heart of Bridgeport. Some visitors dance in the street to live bands while other folks peruse the lengthy line of art booths. The art for sale meets any taste, ranging from kitschy to impressionism. Hot dogs, funnel cakes, lemonade, or perhaps a beer, are the perfect summer bite along with all that impressive artwork and rockin' musical entertainment.
The Croatian Fest at St. Jerome's Parish (2823 S Princeton Ave, 312-842-7668) is one of Bridgeport's more unique community get-togethers. Every year on August 15th thousands of people of Croatian decent -- and every other ancestry -- gather together to commemorate Velika Gospa. Velika Gospa is a celebration of the Heavenly Assumption of the Virgin Mary and has been celebrated at St. Jerome's Parish for over 100 years. To put this celebration in perspective, just think about how important it is to the Irish folks -- and non-Irish folks -- to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Chicago, and you'll get an idea of the spirit and meaning behind this longstanding Croatian festivity. For nine days, thousands attend prayers leading up to the Assumption when a small parade marches through the neighborhood surrounding St. Jerome's Parish and a crowd of hungry Bridgeport residents dig into traditional lamb dishes and other festival food served up by the parish.
Probably the most notable, and long-lasting, special events in Bridgeport are the major league baseball games. For literally half the year, the World Champion White Sox play at U.S. Cellular Field (333 W 35th St, 312-674-1000) enticing hundreds of thousands of fans to come experience America's time-honored classic sport. There's not much better than being in the stadium on a sunny afternoon with a hot dog in one hand and an ice-cold beer in the other. Whether winning or losing, the White Sox take the field like true champions and give their fans a game to remember. And when the ninth comes to a close, fans know how to keep the good times rolling by hitting up the friendly pubs and grills just outside the stadium to rejoice, or lament, their team's performance.
Car owners will adore Bridgeport's easy expressway access. There are two major highways connecting the neighborhood not only to Chicago, but to the outer reaches of suburbia. The Stevenson Expressway (I-55) borders Bridgeport on the north, while the Dan Ryan Expressway (I-90/94) lines the neighborhood to the east.
If you'd rather let someone else do the driving, Bridgeport has plenty of public transportation options to get you where you need to go. Take one of the many CTA busses that cross through the neighborhood. The Halsted #8 and the Ashland #9 will carry you directly downtown, while the #35 bus down 35th Street connects passengers to Bridgeport's Red Line train stop and beyond. If you don't quite know where you're going, the Pershing Road #39 bus is a good bet, as it leads pretty much everywhere in Bridgeport.
The CTA elevated train, or "El," is a convenient transportation resource for folks in Bridgeport as well. The Red Line runs straight through the neighborhood stopping next to the White Sox's stadium, and will take a rider north all the way into East Rogers Park at the tip of the city or way far south down to Princeton Park. The Orange Line runs along Bridgeport's northern border, with stops at Halsted Street and Ashland Avenue. This line takes passengers north to the Loop, or south to Midway Airport.
Bridgeport is more spread out than most Chicago neighborhoods, which makes walking to work or entertainment more of a workout than a leisurely stroll, but biking is still easily doable and our preferred mode of transportation -- especially in the warm weather months.
School's in Session
If you're looking for a good assortment of educational options for the student in your life, Bridgeport is the perfect location. There is a wealth of private, parochial and public schools in this Chicago neighborhood that span from elementary education to high school level. For more information on surrounding academic institutions please visit our Chicago Guide Schools page.
Abbott Elementary School - 3630 S Wells St - (773) 535-1660
Bridgeport Catholic Academy - 3700 S Lowe Ave - (773) 376-6223
Bridgeport Catholic Academy North - 512 W 28th Pl - (312) 326-1130
Charles N Holden Elementary School - 1104 W 31st St - (773) 535-7200
De La Salle Institute - 1040 W 32nd Pl - (773) 650-6800
James Ward Elementary School - 2701 S Shields Ave - (773) 534-9050
McClellan Elementary School - 3527 S Wallace St - (773) 535-1732
Philip D Armour Elementary School - 950 W 33rd Pl - (773) 535-4530
Robert Healy Elementary School - 3010 S Parnell Ave - (773) 534-9190
Sheridan Math & Science Academy - 533 W 27th St - (773) 534-9120
St Barbara Grammar School - 2830 S Quinn St - (312) 326-6243
St George Armour Branch School - 911 W 32nd St - (773) 535-7298
Bridgeport is one of those Chicago neighborhoods where it's actually easy to get your errands done. There is a mix of businesses with plenty of parking to fulfill your dining, entertaining and extracurricular needs. Here's a good start on everything Bridgeport neighborhood offers its residents.
Chicago Transit Authority - (888) 968-7282
Kevin's Hamburger Heaven - 554 W Pershing Rd - (773) 268-5748
Maxwell St Depot - 411 W 31st St - (312) 326-3514
Morrie O'Malley's Hot Dogs 3501 S Union Ave - (773) 247-2700
Ramova Grill 3510 S Halsted St - (773) 847-9058
Polo Cafe & Catering - 3322 S Morgan Ave - (773) 927-7656
Scumaci's 220 W 31st St - (312) 328-0502
Stage's Family Restaurant - 657 West 31st St - (312) 225-0396
Southside Shrimp House - 335 W 31st St - (312) 567-0000
Ed's Potsticker House - 3139 S Halsted St - (312) 326-6898
Ace Bakeries - 3241 S Halsted St - (312) 225-4973
Bridgeport Bakery - 2907 S Archer Ave - (773) 523-1121
Cardinale's Pasteries & Pastas - 3249 S Halsted St - (312) 225-6277
Bernice & John's Place - 3238 S Halsted St - (312) 326-9460
Boston Tavern - 451 W 26th St - (312) 326-5399
Chesterfield Pub - 1800 W Pershing Rd - (773) 376-9511
Cobblestone's Bar & Grill - 514 W Pershing Red - (773) 624-3630
First Base - 3201 S Normal Ave - (312) 791-1239
Jimbo's Lounge - 3258 S Princeton Ave - (312) 326-3253
Mitchell's Tap - 3356 S Halsted St - (773) 927-6073
Puffer's - 3356 S Halsted St - (773) 927-6073
Schaller's Pump 3714 S Halsted St - (773) 376-6332
Shinnick's - 3758 S Union Ave - (773) 523-8591
Coffee Shops and Sweets
31st Street Cafe - 240 W 31st St - (312) 674-0744
Bridgeport Coffee Co 3101 S Morgan St - (773) 247-9950
Dunkin' Donuts - 749 W 31st St - (312) 567-9212
Gio's Cafe & Deli - 2724 S Lowe Ave - (312) 225-6368
It's Poppin' - 738 W 35th St - (773) 254-1965
Parkside Cafe - 308 W 33rd St - (312) 225-0633
Parnell Foods - 3642 S Parnell St - (773) 373-2688
Scoops Ice Cream - 608 W 31st St - (312) 842-3300
Donnie's Pizza and Cafe - 3258 S Wells St - (312) 326-7960
Franco's Ristorante - 300 W 31st St - (312) 225-9566
Fratellini Pizza and Pasta - 3258 S Wells St - (312) 326-7960
Freddie's Pizza & Pasta Parlor - 701 W 31st St - (312) 808-0149
La Milanese Special Deli - 3158 S May St - (773) 254-9543
Lina's Pizza - 3132 S Morgan St - (773) 247-7778
Paulie's Pizza - and Italian Sandwiches 2600 S Wallace St - (312)842-2100
Phil's Pizza - 3551 S Halsted St - (773) 523-0947
Punky's Pizza - and Pasta 2600 S Wallace St - (312) 842-2100
Ricobene's - 252 W 26th St - (312) 225-5555
Trattoria 31 - 605 W 31st St - (312) 326-3500
Healthy Food Lithuanian Cuisine - 3236 S Halsted St - (312) 326-2724
Carbon - 300 W 26th St - (312) 225-3200
Erendira Tacos - 3207 S Halsted St - (312) 567-0202
Pancho Pistolas - 700 W 31st St - (312) 225-8808
Croation Fest at St. Jerome Parish - 2823 S Princeton Ave - (312) 842-7668
Southside Arts and Music Festival - 3500 S Halsted St - (773) 868-3010
Chinese Fresh Food Market - 3001 S Halsted St - (312) 567-0034
Dominick's - 3145 S Ashland Ave - (773) 247-2633
Egg Store Produce Market - 3008 S Halsted St - (773) 284-8704
Fruteria los Panchos - 1314 W 31st St - (773) 847-7062
Halsted Food Center - 3418 S Halsted St - (773) 247-3789
Jewel-Osco - 3033 S Halsted St - (312) 225-1010
Makowski's Real Sausage - 2710 S Poplar Ave - (312) 842-5330
Martinez Supermarket - 3301 S Morgan St - (773) 254-4048
Primo Grocery - 858 W 33rd St - (773) 247-6388
Sam's Grocery - 1201 W 31st St - (773) 254-5277
Curves - 3252 S Wallace St - (312) 881-0141
Lance's Gym - 2980 S Archer Ave - (773) 927-0008
Mercy Medical - 2837 S Halsted St - (312) 842-2327
Midwest Physician Center - 3201 S Wallace St - (312) 326-1615
St. Patrick Family Health Center - 3344 S Halsted St - (773) 523-9550
Library Fountain West - 34th St and Halsted St.
Monastery of the Holy Cross - 3111 S Aberdeen St - (773) 927-7424
Richard J. Daley House - 3536 S Lowe Ave
U.S. Cellular Field - 333 W 35th St - (312) 674-1000
Zhou Brothers Arts Foundation - 3302 S Morgan St - (773) 523-0200
Daley Public Library - 3400 S Halsted St - (312) 747-8990
Bridgeport Pharmacy - 3201 S Wallace St - (312) 791-9000
Dominick's - 3145 S Ashland Ave - (773) 247-2633
Jewel-Osco - 3033 South Halsted St - (312) 225-1010
Osco Drug - 741 W 31st St - (312) 567-9044
Voss Pharmacy - 3303 S Halsted St - (773) 523-5314
Walgreens - 3000 S Halsted St - (312) 225-0607
9th District (Deering) - 3501 S Lowe Ave - (312) 747-8227
1859 S Ashland Ave - (800) 275-8777
Augustine's Eternal Gifts - 3327 St Halsted St - (773) 843-1933
Bridgeport Antiques - 2963 S Archer Ave - (773) 927-9070
Chicago Shoe Market - 3443 S Halsted St - (773) 927-7779
Cremieux Supply Co - 3015 S Archer Ave - (773) 523-2244
Elston Ace Hardware Stores - 1514 W 33rd St - (773) 247-6100
The Fashion Bug - 3145 S Ashland Ave - (773) 247-8088
Foot Locker - 3038 S Halsted St - (312) 842-4770
Grandstand - 600 W 35th St - (312) 927-1984
Health King Enterprises Chinese Medicinals - 238 W 31st St (888) 838-8938
Henry's Sports & Bait - 3130 S Canal St - (312) 225-8538
Joe Harris Paint & Hardware - 3301 S Wallace St - (773) 268-0001
Let's Boogie Records & Tapes - 3321 S Halsted St - (773) 254-0139
Martin Soto Studio and Galley - 1029 W 35th St - (773) 523-0200
Mike White Photography - 1029 W 35th St (312) 436-1563
MN Gallery and Studio - 3524 S Halsted St. - (773) 847-0573
Modern Bookstore - 3118 S Halsted St - (312) 225-7911
Oskar Friedl Gallery - 1029 W 35th, Suite 301 - (312) 493-4330
Pants Shop - 3513 S Halsted St - (773) 247-4364
Payless Shoe Source - 3145 S Ashland Ave - (773) 847-5155
Petals from Heaven - 244 W 31st St (800) 628-9371
Unique Thrift Store - 3000 S Halsted St - (312) 842-0942
Windy City Hardware - 3364 S Halsted St - (773) 843-3580
33 Collective Gallery - 1029 W 35th St (708) 837-4534
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