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Welcome To Bucktown
Trendy restaurants and independent shops mingle with classic neighborhood spots and unique artists' galleries in one of Chicago's most established and eclectic west side neighborhoods. Bucktown is a mecca of popular dining establishments that attract people from all over the city to enjoy a nice dinner out, or just grab a bite before heading off to catch a live music show. The menu choices in Bucktown are endless, covering all the culinary cravings, and the nightlife here is just as satisfying with block after block of hip lounges, packed pubs and casual bars that all host live bands and DJs to keep the party going until close. On top of being one of Chicago's most sought-after weekend hangouts, the neighborhood is also home to a thriving art and theater scene. Poetry readings and one-man comedy acts share the stage with traveling musicians and local painters.
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Location: 3.5 miles northwest of the Loop
Bordering Neighborhoods: Wicker Park, Lincoln Park, Logan Square, Humboldt Park
Boundaries: Kennedy Expressway to the east and north, Western Avenue to the west and North Avenue to the south
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Bucktown's history is uniquely tied to how the neighborhood got its name. Established in the early 1800s by Polish immigrants seeking refuge from a war-ravaged country, Bucktown's name is believed to have originated from the large number of goats many of its early Polish settlers raised in their own backyards (the male goat is a buck). The Polish weren't the only group assembling in these former marshlands though; Germans, Mexicans and Puerto Ricans also settled here later that same century. By the 1840s, Bucktown had grown large enough to have its own post office and hotel.
In 1910 Bucktown, still largely populated with Polish-speaking immigrants, was referred to as Little Poland or Polish Downtown despite the wide range of cultures represented there. However half a century later, the community experienced another wave of immigration, this time bringing a large number of Latinos into the region and creating an even more ethnically diverse neighborhood, which put to bed the Polish monikers.
Fast forward to the 1990s. A growing group of artists emerged in Bucktown and the community's identity followed suit. Real estate developers started converting old buildings into loft spaces and constructing new low-rise condominiums, leading to widespread gentrification and an increasing population of young working singles. With a renewed interest in residential property came a rebirth in businesses as stylish stores, restaurants and bars popped up along Bucktown's urban blocks. Its reincarnation as a hip, trendy and artistic neighborhood continues to this day and remains one of Chicago's most fashionable places to live.
Sometimes you just need to be one with nature and wriggle grass in between your toes. We don't blame you. So when you want to take a break from the concrete jungle, Bucktown is full of green spaces where you can catch some rays, shoot some hoops, go for a swim, and even spend quality time with the special four-legged friend in your life.
After putting Fido on a leash we like to make tracks to the dog-friendly zones at Churchill Field Playlot Park (1825 N. Damen Ave) or Walsh Playground Park (1722 N. Ashland Ave). Walsh Park has amenities for your two-legged pals boasting playground equipment, an athletic field, basketball hoops and a sandbox for budding architects while Churchill Field also sports a baseball diamond, great for pick-up games.
If we're still craving green (and let's face it, we are) Erhler Playlot Park (2230 W. Cortland St) has a soft surface playground surrounded by lawn and trees. When we need more than a leisurely afternoon spent reading under the foliage, we head to Holstein Park (2200 N. Oakley Ave) where the perks include not only a playground but a basketball court, baseball diamond, gym, and an outdoor free-of-charge pool. The older crowd hangs out at Senior Citizens Memorial Park (2238 N. Oakley Ave) where there are shuffleboard courts and permanent gaming tables -- all activities geared toward Bucktown neighborhood's elderly residents.
Bucktown's historic past can be seen through its one hundred-year-old buildings, cobblestone paths and remarkable churches -- remnants of the early Polish immigrants.
While the neighborhood's past is evident, so is its future. Ordinary cottages have been replaced by refurbished condominiums decked out with skylights, sophisticated interiors and innovative floor plans -- ideal homes for the young adults flocking to Bucktown in droves. Contemporary architectural designs are found next to vintage buildings that line the urban blocks of this near northwest side Chicago neighborhood. Because of its status as a hotspot to live, a good portion of the properties in Bucktown offer homebuyers recently updated features like granite kitchen countertops, brand new stainless steel appliances, hardwood flooring and remodeled bathrooms -- not to mention private balconies and rooftop patios.
Primarily a residential neighborhood, Bucktown is also a mix of single-family homes and converted loft spaces. The average sales price for a one-bedroom in a multi-unit building is around $272,000 and $374,000 for a two-bedroom. Bigger places that have been completely rehabbed and decked out with upgraded amenities can be listed for as much as $800,000 or $900,000. A three-bedroom single-family detached home runs about $654,000 while private residences with more than three bedrooms in Bucktown push upwards of a million dollars.
Bucktown is home to a variety of restaurants, from traditional neighborhood eateries to hotspots that prescribe to the latest dining trends. But you won't find many of the typical chain restaurants here; most of Bucktown's restaurants are as independent and eclectic as the neighborhood's residents.
For those who like to eat dessert first (that would be us) acclaimed pastry chef Mindy Segal opened Hot Chocolate (1747 N. Damen Ave, 773-489-1747), a dessert café featuring fresh baked goodies like chocolate cake and shake, a chocolate cake with layers of buttermilk cake, chocolate mousse and chocolate ganache butter cream served with a vanilla milkshake. This sweet spot also has a selection of artisan cheeses, global wines and a menu featuring the likes of grilled cheese with aged taleggio and roasted raddicchio.
And where would the Windy City be without its traditional hot dogs (served without ketchup of course). One of the best spots to sink your teeth into -- one with "the works" -- is George's Hot Dog (1876 N. Damen Ave, 773-227-4034), which has been slinging out Vienna beef dogs, sausages, and brats since the 1940s. In addition to hot dogs, George's menu includes gyros, pizza puffs, a breakfast special, and more, all served up fresh from the grill in George's small storefront space -- often by George himself. You can pull up a chair at one of the small tables, but when the weather's nice we like to claim a seat on the outdoor patio and watch the neighbors walk by.
While Chicago has its citywide epicure traditions, Bucktown has a few customary culinary institutions of its own. Open since the late 1930s, Club Lucky (1824 W. Wabansia Ave, 773-227-2300) has been serving lucky Bucktown diners traditional, family-style portions of hearty Italian food for decades. The dining room, which was once the local neighborhood dance club, is modeled after the classically cool 1940s supper club complete with a red and black color scheme. The restaurant also sports a 1950s-tech cocktail lounge that pours out giant signature martinis and other mixed drinks, which can be enjoyed from the lounge's Naugahyde booths or on a stool at the long bar spanning most of the room.
Northside Bar and Grill (1635 N. Damen Ave, 773-384-3555) has been a neighborhood staple since it opened in 1989. Here it's commonplace to catch a ball game on TV and play a game of pool while waiting for your food. Northside is the place to go for upscale bar fare at reasonable prices and its specialties include a barbeque chicken sandwich, grilled tuna steak on pita and a selection of burgers. We like that we can have our meal outdoors here -- despite the unpredictable Chicago weather -- due to the ever-popular year-round patio, enclosed completely in glass.
Like a mini Epcot right here in Chicago, you can taste what the world has to offer without leaving the confines of the neighborhood. Café Laguardia (2111 W. Armitage Ave, 773-862-5996) is a family-run Cuban restaurant and its menu includes home-style Cuban dishes, like the traditional paella Valencia. We like to have our after-dinner Cuban sangria or Laguardia martini enveloped in the plush leather couches of the restaurant's lively lounge. Irazu (1865 N. Milwaukee Ave, 773-252-5687) is a Costa Rican restaurant (named for the Central American country's active volcano) that dishes out time-honored, home-cooked foods like gallo pinto, an authentic blend of black beans and white rice cooked with various spices and vegetables, and tostones topped with garlic mojo. The service can be slow, but portion size more than makes up for it. When you're on the way home from the bars and your tummy just won't stop rumbling, Lazo's (2009 N Western Ave, 773-486-3303) will be calling your name. Unless of course, Arturo's (2001 N. Western Ave, 773-772-4944) gets to you first. Situated right next door to each other, both restaurants offer a fun atmosphere, low prices and delicious food -- and both are open until the wee hours. So just have the cabby drop you in front and take your pick of the late-night hunger stops -- or hit up both -- for the ultimate after-bar burrito buzz.
Babylon Eatery (2023 N. Damen Ave, 773-342-7482) serves Middle Eastern food deli-style -- which means place your order at the counter and then carry it to an awaiting table. What sets this eatery apart from other get-in-and-get-out diners is that it has two hookahs from which flavored tobacco can be smoked late-night on the weekends for a different taste of the Middle East. Le Bouchon (1958 N. Damen Ave, 773-862-6600) is a classic neighborhood French bistro whose menu is filled with customary French dishes like bouillabaisse and boeuf bourguignon, braised beef over mashed potatoes. Take our advice and make a reservation for dinner; the small yet elegant space fills up fast and you could be relegated to the even smaller bar area for an indefinite wait.
Keeping with the unique spirit of the neighborhood and its residents, Bucktown features some of the most distinctive shops in the city.
Damen Avenue is lined with stores peddling one-of-a-kind accessories and home design pieces, trendy clothing boutiques and more. Pagoda Red (1714 N. Damen Ave, 773-235-1188), whose goods have been featured in numerous design magazines, sells Asian collectibles and art, and furniture from 18th and 19th century China in its 8,000 square foot store. We also pick up wares to furnish our digs at Jean Alan (2062 N. Damen Ave, 773-478-2345). The store, owned by movie set designer Jean Alan, reupholsters and sells furniture from the '20s, '30s and '40s. One spot to find wearable creations is The T-Shirt Deli (1739 N. Damen Ave, 773-276-6266), which sells customizable shirts, underwear, dog tees and baby hats. The goods are displayed in deli cases; apparently they stay fresher that way.
Not to be outdone, North Avenue and Milwaukee Avenue have their fair share of hot shopping destinations. When our wardrobe needs to be whipped into shape, we run to Scoop NYC (1702 N. Milwaukee Ave, 773-227-9930), which houses 10,000 square feet of cutting-edge clothes by trendy designers such as Free City, Paper Denim & Cloth and Theory. There's even a cafe inside the boutique that serves sandwiches, salads, coffee and dessert so we can refuel our shopping jets without even leaving the premises. At TK Men (1909 W. North Ave, 773-342-9800) it's a man's world. The store features men's fashion from Buddhist Punk and Compagnia in addition to a few perks: beer from an always on-tap keg, framed Playboy covers and a pool table.
Bucktown's mini superstore is Akira. With several neighborhood locations, Akira sells men's and women's clothing, shoes and accessories; everything we need to put together the perfect outfit. The original location Akira (1837 W. North Ave, 773-489-0818) sells women's fashion. Akira For Men (1922 W. North Ave, 773-276-5640) is just a short walk away. Both stores have a young and hip aesthetic, stocked with only the latest trends, and are known for their huge denim bar -- which are not technically bars, rather a staff of "jean professionals" who help you pick the right size, fit and color for your body. Nearby Akira Footwear (1849 W. North Ave, 773-342-8684) is filled with the season's must-have shoes.
Since it can't all be about fashion, there's Quimby's Bookstore (1854 W. North Ave, 773-342-0910). Bookworms of all types can appreciate this independent bookstore that sells books and curios in addition to graphic novels and local and vintage erotica zines that you won't find lining the shelves of any of the large chain stores. This Bucktown bookshop also hosts events such as author readings and signings. We turn our inner-geek loose at Brainstorm Movies, Comics and Gaming (1648 W. North Ave, 773-384-8721), a self-ascribed "geek safe zone." Here you can browse through their wide selection of movies including Asian horror, cartoons and the latest blockbusters; scour the bookshelves filled with a colorful array of comics; and pick up games, T-shirts and posters.
Bucktown is home to more artists than any other area in the Midwest; they even have their own colony called Gallery Point. So it makes sense that the neighborhood supports numerous galleries where the artsy types can explore, hang out and even purchase works to bring back home.
Johnsonese Gallery (2149 W. Armitage Ave, 773-252-8750) is Christopher Johnson's namesake gallery. Displayed here are the creations of emerging, innovative artists in a wide range of media. This fine art gallery is unique in that it offers museum-quality original works at affordable prices. The Blake Palmer Gallery (1656 N. Bosworth Ave, 773-384-4142) showcases the works of Chicago's contemporary painters, sculptors and photographers while the Carlos E. Jimenez Gallery (2301 W. North Ave, 773-235-5328) sells Carlos E. Jimenez's abstract paintings (made right there in the studio) in addition to works by other painters. Gosia Koscielak Studio & Gallery (1646 N. Bosworth Ave, 847-858-1540) plays host to inventive exhibitions that promote international, cutting-edge art and represents contemporary American and international artists in all media. The gallery also features performances and lectures.
A different type of gallery all together, Revolution Tattoo & Art Gallery (2221 N. Western Ave, 773-486-8888) is Chicago's first custom tattoo studio-slash-art gallery. The gallery features two resident tattoo artists, from which you can score some body ink. The space also displays work by area artists and tattoo professionals in exhibits that change every six to eight weeks. Word around the neighborhood is that the opening night receptions are parties that should not be missed.
If you like the nightlife, Bucktown is packed with neighborhood bars, trendy hotspots, entertainment venues and other nighttime activities that will keep you busy until the wee hours of the morning.
Get to know the neighbors at friendly local watering holes such as The Map Room (1949 N. Hoyne Ave, 773-252-7636). Walls decorated with countless maps and tourist guides, this traveler's tavern keeps us on the right path with more than 25 beers on tap, including Stiegl, Beamish and Delerium. The Map Room recognizes the importance of beer education and holds Beer School one Saturday every month to walk you through the nuances of beer and its appreciation. It also hosts International Nights where you can taste the best a country has to offer in food and drink.
Another popular place for locals to congregate is the bars and taverns that line Damen Avenue. Lemmings (1850 N. Damen Ave, 773-862-1688), in true Bucktown fashion, displays the works of local artists in addition to serving up reasonably priced brew. Another way Lemmings helps us save "the green stuff" is with monthly drink specials conveniently posted on a blackboard for all to see. A pool table, pinball and arcade games keep you entertained and help you make new friends -- or arch rivals -- depending on who wins. For beer nuts, there's Quencher's Saloon (2401 N Western Ave, 773-276-9730), which carries an enormous variety of beers from around the globe. Leffe Blonde (Belgium), Hobgoblin (England) and La Fin du Monde (Canada) are just a few of the selections offered here. But many guests stop in for more than a brew to quench their thirst -- this saloon has got the goods to satiate a mean hunger, too.
Another popular nightspot on the Damen Avenue bar scene is Meritage Cafe & Wine Bar (2118 N. Damen Ave, 773-235-6434). With a wine list that includes more than 30 selections, covered outdoor seating open year-round and additional tables in an open-air garden, Meritage is a desirable destination for those who want to sit, sip and be seen. We stave off the adverse effects of drinking on an empty stomach with the cafe's contemporary American cuisine that includes yummy dishes like a Berkshire pork chop served with goat cheese mashed potatoes.
Sometimes we want a bit of a wild night -- perhaps involving a bit of dancing -- In that case Xcape (2346 W. Fullerton Ave, 773-315-1201) is our spot. Varying DJs spin hip-hop, Latin techno and house music. They have food here too, but it's the club-ish vibe that is the real draw. For dancing queens and kings, Ohm Nightclub (1958 W. North Ave, 773-278-4646) features a 6,000 square foot dance floor. The space also has five bars, loft ceilings, stained glass windows and exposed brick walls for a mellow kind of feeling. When we're feeling like VIPs, there's a private room, named The Bridge, which features an exclusive drink and champagne menu and its own DJ.
Sporty folks head to Caramel Ultra Sports Lounge (1540 W. North Ave, 773-292-1094), but this is no ordinary sports bar. Instead of beer and peanuts, Caramel is known for mixed drinks and cocktails. There are four flat-screen TVs broadcasting games and typical bar fare to satisfy the hungry Chicago sports fans. And what other sports bars have DJs mixing it up Thursday thru Sunday, getting the dance party going -- scoring extra points with swanky touches like luxurious couches and creamy caramel-color lounge decor.
When we're looking for some entertainment to go along with our drinks, Gallery Cabaret (2020 N. Oakley Ave, 773-489-5471) offers Bucktown locals free entertainment seven nights a week -- from bands and comedy acts to poetry readings and slams. As if that weren't enough, there's also cable TV, darts, Golden Tee and a jukebox to keep restless bodies occupied.
Fans of music (and a bargain-priced buzz) gather at Subterranean (2011 W. North Ave, 773-278-6799). This late night lounge and music venue features eclectic acts from almost every genre. The lower level lounge has low couches perfect for relaxing and taking in the DJ that's sure to be spinning your favorite tunes. Upstairs the Cabaret room, which used to be a brothel, hosts local and national bands. Late-night munchers can take their hunger out on Subterranean's selection of chicken wings, burgers and other bar fare.
You'll find all the drama you can handle at Gorilla Tango Theatre (1919 N. Milwaukee Ave, 773-598-4549). The live theatrical venue produces a wide variety of performances, including children's shows and comedy, each put on by a different group of artists. We especially like its cabaret-style setting with seating at round tables where we can drink wine or beer during the performance. Trap Door Theatre (1655 W. Cortland Ave, 773-384-0494) also has the acting bug. Here you can view any of the 12 challenging yet obscure works per year that the company has been bringing to the 45-seat theatre since its inception in 1994.
These not-to-be-missed events only happen once a year, so seriously, mark your calendar.
As a hub of artistic culture in Chicago, the neighborhood hosts the Bucktown Arts Fest every August. Art is the sole focus of this yearly outdoor event that's been running since 1985. As one of the city's -- not to mention the country's -- premiere art festivals, the Bucktown Arts Fest gathers painters, sculptors, photographers, craftspeople as well as musicians, actors, poets and dancers to sell their wares, perform and explore individual expression in Senior Citizens Memorial Park (2238 N. Oakley Ave). When one weekend of art just doesn't cut it, head to The Lot (2038 W. North Ave). This summer street market is open Saturdays and Sundays from July until October, showcasing the wares of local artists and artisans. It also hosts monthly art shows during the lean winter months.
If you like to pound the pavement, participate in the Bucktown 5K where you can join 3,000 running enthusiasts in a race to the finish line. The route takes you along mostly residential streets and the finish line will put you right back where you started: 1621 West Wabansia. Even if you don't place first you can still score great food and listen to live music in the race's after-party tent.
Walking and bicycling are easy modes of transportation when looking to get from one place to another in Bucktown. But if you're heading outside the neighborhood limits, grab a taxi (but be prepared to shell out more than $10 to get to downtown) or opt for public transportation.
For $2 you can take the CTA, Chicago's public transportation system. CTA buses have several routes through Bucktown and stop at many of the neighborhood's well-traveled streets. The city's subways and elevated train system (referred to as the "El") also have a couple of stations in the neighborhood along the CTA Blue Line: one at Armitage & Western and another at Damen.
If you're driving, Bucktown has easy access to the Kennedy Expressway at Fullerton, Armitage and North avenues. Beware of the parking situation: Most of the available spaces are on the street, although finding a spot that is actually available can be a bit tricky. Taxis are plentiful, especially at major intersections like Damen and Armitage avenues and North and Milwaukee avenues.
Bucktown has many charter, magnet and neighborhood schools that families can choose from. In addition to the following list, you can find more information on Chicago area schools at our Chicago Guide Schools page.
Casimir Pulaski Fine Arts Academy - 2230 W McLean Ave - (773) 534-4391
Chicago International Charter School - 2235 N Hamilton Ave - (773) 342-8125
St. Mary of the Angels - 1850 N Hermitage Ave - (773) 278-2644
Thomas Drummond Elementary - 1845 W Cortland St - (773) 534-4120
We've compiled a sampling of some of the places you can get your bare necessities in Bucktown, from Band-Aids to Bisquick.
Cafe Absinthe - 1954 W North Ave - (773) 278-4488
Cleo's Armitage - 2048 W Armitage Ave - 773-227-6700
Climate Home - 1702 N Damen Ave - 773-862-7075
Clothes Minded - 1735 N Damen Ave - (773) 227-3402
Cooking Fools - 1916 W North Ave - (773) 276-5565
Hot Chocolate - 1747 N Damen Ave - (773) 489-1747
Jane's - 1655 W Cortland St - (773) 862-5263
Meritage Cafe & Wine Bar - 2118 N Damen Ave - (773) 235-6434
Scylla - 1952 N Damen Ave - (773) 227-2995
Choppers - 1659 N. Ashland Ave. - (773) 227-7800
Darwin's - 1935 N Damen Ave - (773) 252-8530
Feast - 1616 N Damen Ave - (773) 772-7100
Hollywood Grill - 1601 W North Ave - (773) 395-1818
Honey One BBQ - 2241 N Western Ave - (773) 227-5130
Silver Cloud Supper Club - 1700 N Damen Ave - (773) 489-6212
Toast Two - 2046 N Damen Ave - (773) 772-5600
Blue Fin Sushi Bar - 1952 W North Ave - (312) 394-7373
Coast Sushi Bar - 2045 N Damen Ave - (773) 235-5775
Penny's Noodle Shop - 1542 N Damen Ave - (773) 394-0100
Thai Eatery - 2234 N Western Ave - (773) 394-3035
Thai Lagoon - 2322 W North Ave - (773) 489-5747
Zen Noodles - 1852 W North Ave - (773) 276-8300
Red Hen Bread - 1623 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 342-6823
Caffe Gelato - 2034 W Division St - (773) 227-7333
Caffe de Luca - 1721 N Damen Ave - (773) 342-6000
Cornerstone Cafe - 2753 N Western Ave - (773) 235-1155
Cozy Corner - 2294 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 276-2215
Dunkin' Donuts - 1909 N Western Ave - (773) 486-9820
Ipsento - 2035 N Western Ave - (773) 384-1870
Northside Cafe - 1635 N Damen Ave - (773) 384-3555
Riverside Deli - 1656 W Cortland St - (773) 278-3354
Think Cafe - 2235 N Western Ave - (773) 394-0537
Windy City Cyber Cafe - 2246 W North Ave - (773) 384-6470
Cafe LaGuardia- 2111 W Armitage Ave - (773) 862-5996
Li'l Guys Deli - 2010 N Damen Ave - (312) 394-6900
Miko's Italian Ice - 1846 N Damen St - (773) 645-9664
George's Hot Dogs - 1876 N Damen Ave - (773) 227-4034
McDonald's - 1951 N Western Ave - (773) 276-2366
Nick's Pit Stop - 2011 N Damen Ave - (773) 342-9736
Sam's Red Hots - 2375 W Armitage Ave
Cafe Matou - 1846 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 384-8911
Le Buchoun - 1958 N Damen Ave - (773) 862-6600
Club Lucky - 1824 W Wabansia Ave (773) 227-2300
Il Covo - 2152 N Damen Ave - (773) 862-5555
Salvitto's Italian Bakery & Cafe - 1706 W North Ave - (773) 486-9284
Babylon Eatery - 2023 N Damen Ave- (773) 342-7482
Bar Louie - 1704 N Damen Ave - (773) 645-7500
Bucktown Pub - 1658 W Cortland St - (773) 394-9898
Cans Bar & Canteen - 1640 N Damen Ave - (773) 227-2277
Caramel Ultra Sports Lounge - 1540 W North Ave - (773) 292-1094
Charleston - 2076 N Hoyne Ave - (773) 489-4757
Club Lucky - 1824 W Wabansia Ave - (773) 227-2300
The Corner - 2224 N Leavitt St - (773) 235-9279
Cortland's Garage - 1645 W Cortland St - (773) 862-7877
D'Vine - 1950 W North Ave - (773) 235-5700
Danny's Tavern - 1951 W Dickens Ave - (773) 489-6457
Ed & Jean's - 2032 W Armitage Ave
Floyd's Pub - 1944 N Oakley Ave - (773) 276-6060
Green Eye Lounge - 2403 W Homer St - (773) 227-8851
Lemming's - 1850 N Damen Ave - 773-862-1688
Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant - 1858 W Wabansia Ave - (773) 342-7778
Lotties Pub - 1925 W Cortland Ave - (773) 489-0738
The Map Room - 1949 N Hoyne Ave - (773) 252-7636
Marie's Rip Tide Lounge - 1745 W Armitage Ave - (773) 278-7317
Mickey's Tavern - 2345 N Leavitt St - (773) 394-3037
The Mutiny Corp - 2428 N Western Ave - (773) 486-7774
Northside Bar & Grill - 1635 North Damen Ave - (773) 384-3555
Ohm - 1958 W North Ave - (773) 278-4646
Plan B Bar + Kitchen - 1635 N Milwaukee Ave - (312) 252-2680
Quenchers Saloon - 2401 N Western Ave - (773) 276-9730
Silver Cloud Bar & Grill - 1700 N Damen Ave - (773) 489-6212
Streetside Cafe - 3201 W Armitage Ave - (773) 252-9700
The Web - 2026 W Webster Ave - (773) 276-3411
Wicker Park Tavern - 1958 W North Ave - (773) 278-5138
Xcape Lounge - 2346 W Fullerton Ave - (773) 315-1201]
Homemade Pizza Co - 1953 W Wabansia Ave - (773) 342-9600
John's Pizza & Lounge - 2104 N Western Ave - (773) 384-1755
My Pie Pizza - 2010 N Damen Ave - (312) 394-6900
Plazzio's Pizza - 1901 N Western Ave - (773) 227-8500
Sonny's Pizza - 2431 N Western Ave - (773) 772-1092
Arturo's Tacos - 2001 N Western Ave - (773) 772-4944
La Bonita - 2165 N Western Ave - (773) 276-5775
Mi Familia - 1931 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 342-1134
Cocina Degalarza - 2420 W Fullerton Ave - (773) 235-7377
Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural Center - 1632 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 235-3988
Bucktown Arts Fest - 2200 N Oakley Ave - (312) 409-8305
Aldi - 1767 N Milwaukee Ave
Brasil Legal - 2153 N Western Ave (773) 772-6650
Cellar Rat Wine Shop - 1811 W North Ave - (773) 489-2728
Olivia's Market - 2014 W Wabansia Ave - (773) 227-4220
Red Hen Bread - 1623 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 342-6823
The Goddess and Grocer - 1646 N Damen Ave - (773) 342-3200
Bucktown Fitness Club - 2100 W North Ave - (773) 235-3455
Cheetah Gym - 1934 W North Ave - (312) 394-5900
Global Yoga - 1823 W North Ave - (773) 489-1510
The Frog Temple Pilates Center - 1749 N Damen Ave 2nd Fl - (773) 439-0890
Walgreens - 2001 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 772-1895
Akira - 1814 W North Ave - (773) 489-0818
Another Look - 2043 N Damen Ave - 773-395-9961
A'propos Galleria of Furniture - 1944 N Damen Ave - 773-486-9550
Coco Rouge - 1940 W Division St - (773) 772-2626
For Dog's Sake - 2246 W North Ave - (773) 278-4355
G Boutique - 2131 N Damen Ave - (773) 235-1234
Jean Alan - 2134 N Damen Ave - (773) 278-2345
Le Garage - 1649 N Damen Ave - (773) 278-2234
Odd Obsession - 1822 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 276-0894
Pentimento - 1629 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 227-0576
Quimby's Bookstore - 1854 W North Ave - (773) 342-0910
Robin Richman - 2108 N Damen Ave - (773) 278-6150
Ruby Room - 1743-45 W Division St - (773) 235-2323
Sasabee - 1849 W North Ave - (773) 862-7740
Savage Instincts - 2064 N Damen Ave - (773) 227-9391
Scoop NYC - 1702 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 227-9930
Third Eye Games - 1952 W North Ave - (773) 342-2957
Uprise - 1820 N Milwaukee Ave - (773) 342-7763
Urbane Wedding Accessories & Invitations - 1920 N Damen Ave - (773) 289-3000
Virtu - 2034 N Damen Ave - (773) 235-3790
Vive la Femme - 2048 N Damen Ave - (773) 772-7429
Wow & Zen - 1912 N Damen Ave - (773) 269-2600
Chicago Transit Authority - (888) 968-7282
Sometimes it makes more sense to view the city of Chicago as a bunch of separate neighborhoods, especially when it comes to real estate. Whether you are in the market for a loft, condo, townhome, or house, it is just as important to inspect the surrounding area as it is to inspect the home's foundation. Bucktown neighborhood is just one Chicago community with an abundance of residential properties, and a life all its own. From where you send your kids to school to where you dine at night, the information we provide is an essential piece of the puzzle when you're trying to decide whether or not to buy that beautiful loft or adorable house in Bucktown.