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Welcome To East Rogers Park
At the farthest reaches of Chicago's northern city limits, East Rogers Park is a charming neighborhood along Lake Michigan, where architecture of old and new mingle, providing the community's diverse group of residents with both classic and contemporary homes. Beautiful lakefront parks and beaches give the area a relaxing, vacation-like feel that spills over into the neighborhood's laid-back lifestyle. Corner coffee houses, sandwich shops and delis are popular hangouts in East Rogers Park, while fine restaurants, posh nightclubs and a successful theater district bring sophistication and culture to the heart of this sought-after Chicago zip code. East Rogers Park is also home to Loyola University. The active campus and injection of students to the local population instills an energy and youthfulness that keep this Chicago neighborhood on the up.
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East Rogers Park Facts
Location: 10 miles north of the Loop
Bordering Neighborhoods: Edgewater, West Rogers Park, Evanston
Boundaries: Lake Michigan to the east, Howard Street to the north, Damen Avenue to the west and Devon Avenue to the south.
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Then and Now
Seeing as much of Chicago used to be swamp land, what is now East Rogers Park was once marshy terrain with thriving Native American culture. Trails from local tribes, like the Ottawa and the Chippewa, snaked the early bog prairie. Among the early settlers was the pioneer Philip Rogers. Rogers traded with the Native Americans and eventually bought 1,600 acres of land from the United States government. In due course, Rogers’ children helped to develop the land. Before long, stagecoach routes intertwined with Native American trails and people began to take note of the area established by Rogers and his family.
Between 1830 and 1850, a wave of immigrants from Ireland, England, Luxembourg, and the further reaches of Germany settled in East Rogers Park. Consequently, the Native American tribes were pushed west as a melting pot of American life took root in this Chicago neighborhood.
The Civil War broke out in 1861 and lasted four terrible years. Through this time, East Rogers Park was left relatively untouched by the strife within the country. Then, in 1871 the Great Fire ripped through Chicago. The charring of the city led to building a newer, taller, better Chicago—including in East Rogers Park. By 1893 the neighborhood was annexed, becoming an official part of Chicago city boundaries—just in time for the Chicago’s World Fair. A wealth of hope electrified the nation as Chicago proved itself to be a leading power in art, architecture, and urban living.
The optimism of the Columbian Exposition carried over to the fresh century as Chicago neighborhoods burgeoned with new businesses and entertainment districts. Four palatial movie theaters were constructed in East Rogers Park with lavish interiors and flashy exteriors. These grand entertainment centers held the imagination and afternoons of local folks and brought new life to the surrounding businesses. Merchants, grocers, and markets kept up with the steady needs of residents as folks strolled through the neighborhood on outings and errands. Up through the 1980s the movie palaces kept the attention of the general public, however, as the theaters dried up, the neighborhood emptied out.
Now in fresh century, East Rogers Park is experiencing a new entertainment and business boom. This Chicago neighborhood is on the rise with the constant construction and rehabilitation of buildings and commerce—not to mention the welcome existence of theater groups and a successful university—East Rogers Park is one of Chicago’s newest hip neighborhoods.
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One of our favorite entertainment essentials in East Rogers Park is the beautiful selection of lakefront parks and beaches. The summer sun is a welcome change after Chicago’s bitter winters, and there’s nothing better than strolling down to one of the clean, gorgeous waterfront expanses to catch some rays before the sun disappears behind the skyline. There are nearly a dozen lakeshore parks and beaches ranging from handsome wild grass-covered adventures to sandy stretches perfect for tanning.
Take for example, the North Shore Avenue Park and Beach (1040 W. North Shore Ave, 312-742-7857). It is one of 18 street-end beaches the Chicago Park District acquired from the city of Chicago in 1959. North Shore is open dawn to dusk, perfect for watching sunrises and sunsets alone or with that special someone. Lake Michigan spans to the horizon in front of you, behind you—the epic city skyline. In addition to scenic views, the park has an open-air fitness center, beach volleyball, barbeque grills, and a roller hockey rink.
Loyola Park Beach (7032 N. Sheridan Rd, 312-742-7529) has been doling out smiles and outdoor fun to Chicagoans for almost 100 years. It is Chicago’s largest beach, spanning eight entire blocks, and includes both shaded green areas and prime lakefront space. Loyola Park Beach got its name from nearby Loyola University and also borrows some of its athletic spirit. There is a fieldhouse, baseball diamonds, basketball courts, and plenty of activities for both children and adults. We come here with blanket and picnic basket in tow to stretch out underneath an ancient tree and have lunch to the soundtrack of birds singing, leaves rustling, and waves roaring.
The inland parks of East Rogers Park are just as beautiful as the beachfront locations. Touhy Park (7348 N. Paulina St, 773-262-6737) covers a little more than six acres this north side neighborhood and offers a variety of activities. Weekly programming focuses on youngsters five years and under, while a wealth of after school programming for older kids (ages 7-12) is available as well. Pottawatomie Park (7340 N Rogers Ave, 312-742-7878) will give you green fields and recreation aplenty. Pottawatomie is one of our favorite places to play Frisbee or lay out on the grass under the blue sky. It is a pet-friendly location perfect for whole-family outings. In the summer, we love to catch the outdoor movies and concerts at Paschen Park (1932 W. Lunt Ave, 773-262-5871). Paschen also offers after school programming, such as basketball, kid-crafts, and volunteer trash pick-up that encourages children to get active in their community.
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East Rogers Park Real Estate
As most Chicago neighborhoods do, East Rogers Park has its own unique personality. Folks who reside here live in a spot where Victorian architecture meets modern society. Tree-lined streets, sturdy brick buildings, vintage courtyards, and plenty of lush green foliage shade homes and sidewalks from the sun. The community has recently banned high-rise construction, so there has been a resurgence of rehabbing the apartments near the waterfront that now boast protected lake views.
Residential areas offer a mix of condominiums, apartments, low-rise flats, and two- and three-story walk-ups. A variety of smaller houses and single-family homes are also available in East Rogers Park, all examples of the blend of contemporary to classic building styles present in this Chicago neighborhood. East Rogers Park homes include spacious living areas, great lake views, short walks to the beach, and a quick ten-mile commute to the Loop. And many of the rehabbed multi-unit structures have added bonuses like onsite exercise rooms, tennis courts, parking, and extra storage.
Generally, the average sales price for a one-bedroom condo in East Rogers Park is $153,000, but you can easily find one in the low-$100,000s. Two- or three-bedroom places here cost around $238,000, on average. Detached single-family homes start at $350,000, but can reach into the $800,000s—with a few five-bedroom houses hitting the million dollar mark.
What’s on the Menu?
There is no shortage of delicious eateries around East Rogers Park. It doesn’t matter if you crave diner food, vegetarian-friendly fare, a pizza pie, fine dining, or a pastry from a coffee shop—this neighborhood has it all.
Perhaps the city’s most well-known vegetarian restaurant, Heartland Cafe (7000 N. Glenwood Ave, 773-465-8005) is right here in East Rogers Park. More than just a place to get tofu treats, this cafe has become an institution of food, fun and nightlife. This restaurant doubles as a nightclub—and a community meeting spot, and a bookstore, and a general store. But back to the restaurant part, even if you don’t dig vegetarian food, Heartland Cafe will have something on the menu to satisfy your taste buds as they serve up spicy buffalo chicken wings and delicious farm raised catfish.
For upscale dining, and style, East Rogers Park neighborhood has some swanky restaurants to please our sophisticated side. Speakeasy Supper Club (1401 W. Devon Ave, 773-338-0600) is glitzy fine dining with a dash of old-school flavor. The food is influenced by global tastes and the décor brings back a white table-clothed, piano-playing dining experience that would have suited the likes of Al Capone. We start off our leisurely meals at Speakeasy with mussels sautéed in white wine, butter, garlic and shallot broth, or the tempura battered artichoke hearts served with wasabi hollandaise. Then we move onto seared sea scallops in lemon beurre blanc with sautéed spinach and whipped potatoes, or the grilled vegetable tower in red pepper cream sauce. Equally as delicious, Gruppo di Amici (1508 W. Jarvis Ave, 773-508-5565) is a chic pizzeria that serves up only the finest ingredients. With a name translating to "Circle of Friends," Gruppo fosters an inviting atmosphere where the floor to ceiling wood-burning oven bakes authentic Roman-style thin crust pizza, and large round tables in the dining room cultivate a cozy family ambience. Drink choices are extensive, but our table usually starts out with a smooth Veltins Pilsener—a rare German lager. The insalata de polpatti combines fresh ocean flavor with a touch of garlic and is the perfect appetizer. The hand-rolled pastas range from vegetarian-friendly to zesty meatball-filled, and Gruppo may well have the best hand-tossed garlic encrusted and olive oil pizza in Chicago. But don’t take our word for it—try it for yourself, then you can be the judge.
Old-fashioned diners and cozy coffee shops round many corners in East Rogers Park. At Ennui Cafe (6981 N. Sheridan Rd, 773-973-2233) you can grab some java and get a bit of outside-the-office work done, or settle in for an evening of inspired conversation with your best pal. This hip little coffee bar has local art adorning the walls, hanging plants, delicious pastries, and a large bay window for fabulous people watching. Charmer’s Cafe (1500 W. Jarvis Ave, 773-743-2233) is an art deco coffee and tea house with plenty of inviting nooks and corners where we can get lost in a book or plug in the trusty laptop. Meanwhile, the Deluxe Diner (6349 N. Clark St, 773-743-9900) waits for you to get hungry and to come seeking your burger fix. It’s open 24 hours and has everything from burritos to pizza and really darn good milkshakes!
If it’s pizza you want, well East Rogers Park has its share of tasty pizzerias to choose from. Carmen’s Chicago Pizza (6568 N. Sheridan Rd, 773-465-1700) is popular amongst Loyola students and we don’t blame them for their preference—the double crust stuffed pizzas are our favorite too. Delivery or dine in is available at Vince’s Pizzeria and Restaurant (1527 W. Devon Ave, 773-274-7018) where you can get American, Mexican, or Italian fare. It’s a great place to go if you and your dining mates can’t all agree on just one cuisine. If all you want is to catch the game on TV, have beer, and eat some pizza, try Hamilton’s Pizza and Pub (6341 N. Broadway St, 773-764-8133). Three modest sized televisions stay on during the day and are joined by eleven others to create a controlled din during the evening. There is plenty of seating, as well as a beer on tap to meet everyone’s tastes. We always try to catch the pool table first, but don’t mind waiting our turn while playing the pinball machines.
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Best Shopping Stops
When we’re not on the hunt for where to get our next meal, we love to check out the shops in this up-and-coming Chicago neighborhood. With so many new boutiques, retail stops, and home furnishing stores popping up—in addition to the long-established mainstays of the shopping district—it’s hard to keep up with them all!
Everybody needs a way to get around town, and Roberts Cycle Company (7054 N. Clark St, 773-274-9281) will hook you up with a bicycle for a fraction of the cost of those downtown shops. Then, you can take a ride down to Ki Essentials (1656 W. Wallen Ave, 773-761-7759), East Rogers Park’s newest and hottest relaxation store. Ki supplies all your bath and body care needs with products like Sallyeander Handmade Natural Soaps, Beanpod 100% Soy Candles, and Parrs Honey Bodywash all the way from exotic New Zealand, and their crystal jewelry created by Reiki masters is absolutely gorgeous!
One of the more oddball finds that we completely adore in East Rogers Park is Lost Eras (1511 W. Howard St, 888-747-7677). This costume shop is a third generation family business and has two levels that span over 15,000 square feet. You’ll find anything from sparkly faux-gem costume jewelry for a wild night out with the girls to the perfect Halloween getup for you or your little trick-or-treaters. Even when there’s no costume party or major "dress-up" holiday around the corner, Lost Eras is busy with customers roaming through the aisles of fun wardrobe peculiars.
When you’re ready to decorate your new home, or re-decorate your old home, DCI Furniture (6954 N. Glenwood Ave, 773-465-7990) is the perfect stop. The mission of DCI is to sell superior quality furniture at affordable prices, or basically—as they’re glad to let you know—DCI wants to give IKEA a run for their money. Moving away from mass-produced furnishings to higher-end home fittings, J. Miller Handcrafted Furniture (1774 W. Lunt Ave, 773-761-3311) creates one-of-a-kind award-winning designs for your interior spaces. Almost as if shopping at a fine art gallery, J. Miller originals definitely walk the line between functional furniture and aesthetic décor.
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Night on the Town
With Loyola University occupying the southeast corner of East Rogers Park, students and young adults abound in this community on the rise—all factors that lead to energetic and exciting neighborhood nightlife.
East Rogers Park has a plethora of local bars that allow you to sit around and spend the evening with your drink of choice. The Lamp Post (7126 N. Ridge Blvd, 773-465-9571) is a friendly sports bar with darts, billiards, and plenty of beer. This place tends to be pretty quiet…that is, unless the home team is losing, then we’re in for an earful. If you are looking for a bar with Irish flair, Poitin Stil (1502 W. Jarvis Ave, 773-338-3285) is the place to be. Poitin Stil (pronounced poo-chin still) is Gaelic for "moonshine." Some of us settle in to the classic can of Pabst Blue Ribbon, while others go for the Guinness on tap. Don’t even bother asking for a daiquiri here; this is an affordably-priced beer bar where the most complicated cocktail is a Jack and Coke. There’s no kitchen, but if you bring your own grub nobody’s going to holler. Cunneen’s (1424 W. Devon Ave, 773-274-9317) is a quaint, quiet joint that likes to keep a low profile. There’s no overpoweringly loud jukebox and no hooligans. Instead, a cache of eclectic locals from folk singers to sports enthusiasts converse around the bar and challenge each other to a round at the pool table.
What if you want to start out the night at the bar, but just feel like having a couple of beers on the couch? East Rogers Park has it covered. Bruno and Tim’s Lounge (6562 N. Sheridan Rd, 773-764-7900) is the only combination Loyola bar and liquor store. Half of the cozy bar is packed to the gills with overstuffed couches, dart boards, and drinkers. The other half is a regular old liquor store where you can stock up on booze and beer before heading home.
The opposite of sitting around on a squishy sofa all night is going out to "shake it" on the dance floor. We’re big fans of the Latin and Salsa music played at Stars Inn Lounge (7030 N. Clark St, 773-465-8678). Stars Inn is not so much hidden as it is ignored. The droll, unassuming exterior leaks no clues that inside people are all-consumed with world soccer leagues by day and Salsa dancing by night. In the late evening of most weekends the fierce melodies of Salsa, Meringue and the Cha-Cha can be heard, along with the quick-stepped toe tapping of the crowd on the dance floor. Be forewarned: though the dancing is passionate on those late nights, all through the week and during the afternoon hours of the weekend Stars morphs back into one of the city’s best low-to-no-music soccer loving sports bars.
Not in the mood to cut a rug but still want to hear some good tunes? Conveniently located directly next to the Red Line "El" tracks the Red Line Tap (7006 N. Glenwood Ave, 773-338-9862) features a small stage where performers grace the audience with everything from jazz and bluegrass to funk. Originally, the Red Line Tap was a not-so-hot dive bar called Roy’s. Then the nearby Heartland Cafe bought the no frills bar and gave it a friendly face lift, including the much needed stage that sponsors open mic nights and live music. The Red Line Tap has a pool table for the gamers and plenty of space to sit down with your beverage of choice. For us, it’s the perfect spot for a mellow "capper" after a long night out on the town.
Looking for something along the untamed side? Then Touché (6412 W. Clark St, 773-465-7400) is the bar for you. Having survived more than two decades, Touché is the city’s oldest leather bar. Inconspicuous with no large windows and somewhat hidden in plain sight, this charming East Rogers Park gay bar is open until 4am throughout the week and 5am on Saturdays, and invites the wild at heart to come out and play. In addition to your favorite beverage, classic bar amenities are available like pool tables, darts, and televisions … only most of the time the TVs are playing programming for leather fetishists—that’s all we’re going to say about that.
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East Rogers Park has its own thriving theater district that spans the neighborhood. Established, long-running companies share stage space here with creative start-ups just getting on their feet.
In their small space, the BoHo Theatre Company (7016 N. Glenwood Ave, 773-791-2393) puts on big shows. The Bohemian, hence BoHo, Theatre Company challenges convention through literary innovation by staging classical works, musicals, and original adaptations. Right down the street is Lifeline Theatre (6912 N. Glenwood Ave, 773-761-4477). Founded by Northwestern students over twenty years ago, Lifeline opts for varied billings—anything from adapted literary classics to light-hearted children’s shows. These guys are so amazing the troupe has won over 100 awards for their performances over the years!
If intimate venues and close interactions with the stage is your thing, check out the Side Project Theatre (1439 W. Jarvis Ave, 773-973-2150). This is the "larger" extension of the Side Studio (1520 W. Jarvis Ave, 773-973-2150). Where the Side Studio is a much smaller venue that plays host to staged readings and workshop productions, the Side Project Theatre accommodates full-length eclectic works with a belief that a hyper-intimate use of space will redefine immediacy in theater. It may be a bigger space, but it’s still cozy with padded chairs, plenty of restrooms, a concession stand, and over 15 different productions each year.
We credit the residents of East Rogers Park with the prominent theater presence in this area. As a neighborhood priority for many years, the theatre community has been given the confidence and free-rein to be daring, challenging, thought-provoking and entertaining. The Organic Theatre Company at Kathleen Mullady Memorial Theatre (1125 W. Loyola Ave, 312-634-0199) is a nationally recognized student theater group. A handful of shows are put on every year by talented up-and-coming Loyola student performers. These on-the-rise actors create a light and exciting atmosphere with a vibrant, youthful feel for every single production. Why not make it a "family day" with a visit to the Raven Theatre (6157 N. Clark St, 773-338-2177)? The Raven has two air conditioned auditoriums where they house workshops, readings, full-length plays, abridged one-act skits and shows created for children. The children’s theater productions are sure to entertain you and your little ones with tidbits of music, humor, and dance.
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Mark Your Calendar
After a winter of indoor hibernation we feel the need to stretch our legs and find some outside activities, especially when the sun is bright, the sky is clear, and there’s a wonderful breeze coming off the lake. The Annual Artist of the Wall Festival (1230 W. Greenleaf Ave, 773-250-3375) takes advantage of the beautiful weather and draws huge crowds to Loyola Beach in mid-June. Average folks and artists of local renown gather at the waterfront to create colorful murals on the concrete rocks that protect the parkland from Lake Michigan. A free weekend-long event that promotes creative expression and the enjoyment of art and nature—we love this neighborhood!
There’s plenty to do in East Rogers Park the following month as well. Celebrate Clark Street (6950 N. Clark St, 773-508-5885) is an annual street fair held between Morse and Touhy avenues on Clark Street in mid-July. The selection of food reminds us of going to the Taste of Chicago without the high prices and hassle of super long lines. In addition to a mouth-watering menu, the fest holds live musical entertainment and countless merchants up and down the neighborhood avenues. It’s the one time of year pedestrians take over the heavily-trafficked Clark Street thoroughfare and enjoy free rein of the roads. We sure can’t resist joining the throng of folks who pour onto the street for this mid-summer fest.
The Glenwood Avenue Arts Festival (6900 N. Glenwood Ave, 773-262-3790) rounds out the summer in East Rogers Park with another street fair held in late August. This neighborhood event is completely free to residents and visitors, and boasts an entire weekend of art exhibitions, live music, street theater, performance art, fabulous food, and artist merchants selling their wares. We’re partial to our hometown celebrations, but seriously—Glenwood Avenue is one of our absolute favorite Chicago street fairs.
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East Rogers Park is definitely not an isolated area of Chicago. Transportation options are plentiful. Of course, much of this culturally diverse community can be reached on foot or via a quick bicycle ride. Then again, there are those sweat-filled summer months, and the eye-drying, nose-running winter season where no one wants to be outside for too long—so, in cases of extreme weather, East Rogers Park gives commuters plenty of alternatives.
There are two CTA elevated "El" trains that run up through East Rogers Park. The Red and Purple lines follow the same route all the way to Howard Street, passing Loyola, Morse, and Jarvis on the way. Getting to the Loop via the "El" will take you between 25-45 minutes, the later time accounting for the recent construction work along the tracks. Another train option is the Metra. The Metra is a traditional, non-elevated train system that reaches into the further suburbs of Chicago. There is a Rogers Park station along the Union Pacific North Line. This train ride will only take about 20-30 minutes of listening to your iPod or reading a book before you hit downtown.
Hey, but if you don’t feel like riding a train you could always hop onto the #147 bus along Sheridan Road. It’s a quick trip to the Loop. Heck, there’s always driving, too. From East Rogers Park all you have to do is hop onto Clark Street or meander down Sheridan Road to Lake Shore Drive and it will lead you directly to the Loop. While parking is plentiful and affordable in East Rogers Park, beware that the prices go up dramatically for both metered and attended parking lots once you reach your downtown destination.
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School’s in Session
East Rogers Park is proud to play host to Loyola University and many other education institutions. Loyola University (6525 N. Sheridan Rd, 773-274-3000) is one of 28 Jesuit Catholic universities in the United States. Founded in 1870 this school has grown to include three campuses in Chicagoland and even one student center in Italy. Students often have internships and coursework within the many city industries and even study abroad in exciting countries like England and Italy. More than 15,000 students attend each year to study in 69 different undergraduate majors, 77 master’s degree programs, and 36 doctoral programs. These studies include art history to social work to molecular biology. There are only 14 students to every one teacher, making Loyola University an intense, closely-knit educational experience.
East Rogers Park offers academic options for preschoolers all the way to college-bound folks looking for that perfect university. In addition to the following list, you can find out more information about the community’s schools at our Chicago Guide Schools page.
Chicago Waldorf School – 1300 W Loyola Ave – (773) 465-2662
Field Elementary School – 1707 W Morse Ave – (773) 534-2760
Gale School – 7650 N Marshfield Ave – (773) 534-2250
Loyola University Chicago – 6525 N. Sheridan Rd – (773) 274-3000
North Shore School – 1217 W. Chase Avenue – (773) 274-5143
St. Scholastic High School for Girls – 7416 N. Ridge – (773) 764-5715
Swift Elementary Specialty School – 5900 N Winthrop Ave – (773) 534-2695
Sullivan High School – 6631 N Bosworth Ave – (773) 534-2000
PACTT Learning Center – 7101 N Greenview Ave – (773) 338-9102
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Here’s a list of some of the places to get your daily life rolling in East Rogers Park. Compiled is a list of places to get everything from your freezer dinner to public library books.
Chicago Transit Authority – (888) 968-7282
Howard Greenview Medical Center – 1506 W Howard St – (773) 465-0695
St Francis Hospital: Cancer Care Group – 7464 N Clark St – (773) 262-8816
Dominick’s – 1763 W. Howard St. – (773) 761-7022
Dominick’s – 6009 N. Broadway Ave – (773) 769-2300
New Leaf Natural Grocery – 1621 W. Loyola Ave. – (773) 743-0400
Rogers Park Fruit Market – 7401 N. Clark St. – (773) 262-3663
Bally Total Fitness – 7529 N. Clark St. – (773) 274-1686
24th District (Rogers Park) – 6464 N. Clark St – Front Desk (312) 744-5907
Community Policing Office – (312) 744-6321
Tactical Unit – (312) 744-2662
1723 W. Devon Ave. – (773) 743-2650, hearing impaired (877) 877-7833
7056 N. Clark St – (773) 274-9430
CVS – 6150 N. Broadway – (773) 274-9337
Walgreens – 7410 N Clark St. – (773) 743-6784
Rogers Park Public Library – 6907 N. Clark St. – (312) 744-0156
Everyone needs to relax after work. Here are some of the best locations in East Rogers Park to mellow out and enjoy your evenings and well-deserved weekends. Discover the rest as you explore the dining, shopping, and entertainment options yourself.
BoHo Theatre Company – 7016 N. Glenwood – (773) 791-2393
Lifeline Theatre – 6912 N. Glenwood – (773) 761-4477 Organic Theatre Company – 1125 W. Loyola Ave – (312) 634-0199
Raven Theatre – 6157 N. Clark St. – (773) 338-2177 Village North Theaters – 6746 N. Sheridan Rd. – (773) 764-9100
Angel Guardian Croatian Catholic Church – 6346 N. Ridge Ave.
Robert A. Black Golf Course – 2045 W. Pratt Blvd. – (312) 742-7931
DCI Furniture – 6954 N. Glenwood – (773) 465-7990
J. Miller Handcrafted Furniture – 1774 W. Lunt Ave. – (773) 761-3311
Ki Essentials – 1656 W. Wallen – (773) 761-7759
Lost Eras – 1511 W. Howard St – (888) 747-7677
MarJen Discount Furniture – 1536 W. Devon Ave. – (773) 338-6636
Becker’s Bakery – 6621 N. Clark St. – (773) 761-2430
Barry’s Spot – 5759 N Broadway St – (773) 769-2900
Bruno and Tim’s Lounge – 6562 N. Sheridan Rd – (773) 764-7900
Cunneen’s – 1424 W. Devon – (773) 274-9317
Lamp Post – 7126 N. Ridge – (773) 465-9571
No Exit – 6970 N. Glenwood Ave. – (773) 743-3355
Red Line Tap – 7006 N. Glenwood – (773) 338-9862
Stars Inn Lounge – 7030 N. Clark – (773) 465-8678
Bar-B-Que Bob’s – 2055 W. Howard St. – (773) 761-1260
Buffalo Joe’s – 1841 W. Howard St. – (773) 764-7300
Capt’n Nemo’s – 7367 N. Clark St. – (773) 973-0570
Carmen’s Chicago Pizza – 6568 N. Sheridan Rd – (773) 465-1700
Deluxe Diner – 6349 N. Clark St. – (773) 743-9900
Gruppo di Amici – 1508 W. Jarvis – (773) 508-5565
Scoop’s Ice Cream – 2356 W. Touhy Ave. – (773) 274-2757
Speakeasy Supper Club – 1401 W. Devon Ave – (773) 338-0600
Vince’s Pizzeria and Restaurant – 1527 W. Devon Ave – (773) 274-7018
Cafe Orange – 5639 N. Lincoln Ave. – (773) 275-5040
Amphora Restaurant – 7547 N. Clark St. – (773) 262-5767
Quesadillas Dona Lolis – 6924 N. Clark St. – (773) 761-5677
Salsa Nachos – 6619 N. Clark St. – (773) 764-7837
Bounty’s Gate Vegetarian Deli – 1527 W. Morse Ave. – (773) 743-7190
Heartland Cafe – 7000 N. Glenwood Ave – (773) 465-8005
Charmer’s Cafe – 1500 W. Jarvis Ave – (773) 743-2233
Dunkin’ Donuts – 1200 W. Loyola Ave. – (773) 381-7478
Dunkin’ Donuts – 6970 N. Clark St. – (773) 508-0433
Ennui – 6981 Sheridan Rd. – (773) 973-2233
Kaffeccino – 6441 N. Sheridan Rd. – (773) 508-1888
Starbucks – 6738 N. Sheridan Rd. – (773) 743-0417
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