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Welcome To Edgewater
Just like it sounds, Edgewater sits along the shore of Lake Michigan, affording breathtaking landscapes and beachfront activities. It has long been one of Chicago's most popular and diverse communities. Many of the late-nineteenth and early twentieth century residences in Edgewater have been rehabbed to provide residents with comfortable living spaces that rival those of downtown condominiums. A strip of towering lakeside condos fades into typical neighborhood blocks as you move further inland, filled with frame houses and bungalows. While the west side residential areas are rather quiet, Edgewater's main streets are full of life, entertainment, shopping and restaurants. During the summer months the neighborhood's Green Market bustles with vendors selling farm-grown fruits, veggies, flowers and other handmade items you can't find anywhere else. For the outdoor enthusiasts, a long paved trail runs the length of the neighborhood and beyond, offering breathtaking views and fresh breezes.
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Location: Ten miles north of the Loop
Bordering Neighborhoods: Andersonville, East Rogers Park, West Rogers Park, Uptown, Margate Park
Boundaries: Devon Avenue to the north, Lake Michigan to the east, Foster Avenue to the south, and Ravenswood Avenue to the west
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Not many people lived in the northern neighborhood of Edgewater until the late nineteenth century. John Lewis Cochran (1857-1923) purchased farmland in the Lakeview community in 1886 which he in turn advertised as the brand new town of Edgewater. Cochran worked to build up the area with mansions, lavish homes and a thriving business district, in addition to providing transportation and modern conveniences to its residents. In doing so, Edgewater became the only neighborhood next door to downtown Chicago to have the luxury of being electrically lit.
And before you knew it, Edgewater became the place to see and be seen. In 1898, the hot spot for socialites was the exclusive Saddle and Cycle Club. In 1929, it was the Edgewater Beach Apartments and in 1916 it was the Edgewater Beach Hotel, a lavish pink and yellow resort in the Sheridan-Foster area that thrived for nearly a half-century, where you'd find the likes of Frank Sinatra or Marilyn Monroe.
In the 1940s, a city-wide housing crisis left the area overcrowded and very expensive as a number of overbearing high-rises replaced the older buildings, smaller homes and stately mansions. Apartment buildings were sectioned off into smaller units to make room for more tenants. Landlords increased rent and failed to maintain their properties properly. The neighborhood became congested, and residents lost the comfortable homes and spacious properties they had previously inhabited. Soon, the safer, less expensive suburbs began to attract the upper and middle classes away from what they had deemed a "high-density appearance" in the over-developed Edgewater neighborhood.
It wasn't until some twenty years later, that the community banded together to develop the Edgewater Community Council to take back control of their beloved waterfront neighborhood. The council helped establish newer health care facilities, the Edgewater branch of the Chicago Public Library, and other neighborhood staples -- all geared toward populating the area, attracting more residents and bringing Edgewater back up to the diverse and reputable place it once was.
Today, Edgewater is home to the fifth highest concentration of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender couples in the country. It also in inhabited by families and singles of many different ethnicities and cultures. In any event, through the ebb and flow of historic influences -- war, the Depression and big business -- Edgewater is back to being the hotspot John Lewis Cochran once intended it to be.
Bordered by picturesque shoreline and breathtaking views of Lake Michigan, Edgewater has beautiful green parks, spotless sandy beaches and lots of outdoor fun for everyone.
Pack your suntan lotion and head to Foster Beach (5200 N Lake Shore Dr, 312-742-5121), or roll out your beach towel over at Hollywood Beach, otherwise known as the Kathy Osterman Beach (5800 North Ave, 312-742-5121). At Foster Beach, the locals like to rent bikes, enjoy tasty sandwiches from Del Lana's Deli and hit the tennis and basketball courts for a little friendly competition. Foster Beach also has plenty of salty and sweet treats at its beach house concession stand where you'll also find the restrooms and water fountains. Hollywood Beach is a fun, casual place to catch some rays, and is also popular among the local gay community. Once the sun goes down, grab a blanket and a friend and watch one of Hollywood Beach's scheduled "Movies in the Park" on special nights between June and September. Dates and rain dates vary, but all movies start at dusk and are free to all residents.
When you've had enough of the sand and surf -- can you ever really ever get enough? -- Edgewater's sixteen inland parks are perfect for non-lakefront picnics and playtime. Breathe in the smells of nature and relax with your family at Mellin Playlot Park (5553 N Ashland Ave). Now full of beautiful, leafy trees and shrubbery, this park wasn't always so rosy. Thanks to Edgewater's Bureau of Parks and Recreation, it was renovated from a dumping ground into a park specifically intended to give babies, toddlers and young children a safe and fun place to "kid" around.
Spread out over 2.3 acres, Emmerson Park (1820 W Granville Ave, 773-761-0433) has a small fieldhouse with activities year-round. In the summertime, enjoy the slide-happy playground, a sandbox for castle-constructing youngsters, and a spray pool to cool off from the summer heat. Organized programs at Emmerson include cheerleading, day camps and extended camps that run all year long. During the fall, winter and spring, Emmerson Park keeps up the fun with preschool classes; tap, ballet, hip hop dance, tumbling, and more! While the kids are busy at class and camp, adults can indulge their own active sides by joining in one of the park's high-octane aerobics classes.
On those less than fabulous days when it's raining cats and dogs, or the mercury has dropped below zero -- take it inside and enjoy Broadway Armory Park (5917 N Broadway, 312-742-7502). Chicago's only indoor park has provided unique opportunities for all ages and interests for 87 years. You can play volleyball, basketball, rock climb, do kendo, or even learn how to fly through the air on an indoor trapeze! Not to mention that you can catch a show put on by the Billy Goat Experimental Theatre Company (5917 N Broadway St, 773-250-3331), or brush up on your own acting skills with a couple of classes. Between photography, Latin dancing, floor hockey and arts and crafts, Broadway Armory has certainly made its mark in this north side neighborhood as more than just your average Chicago park. Children, teens and adults are sure to have a blast at this indoor activity warehouse, learning new skills and eluding the weather while they're at it.
Edgewater's residential areas are full of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century architecture that have been rehabilitated and renovated, maintaining a historic charm that makes this lakeside Chicago neighborhood timeless.
Two main corridors, Winthrop Avenue and Kenmore Avenue, run parallel to the lake, ending at the northern border of the neighborhood where Loyola University's campus begins. Much of the housing along Winthrop and Kenmore has been rehabilitated and now boasts updated apartments, condominiums and mid-rise residential buildings. Our favorite part: many of these homes have magnificent lake views, with a whole row of waterfront properties that offer the best balcony scene around.
A one- or two-bedroom condo in Edgewater, which includes mid- and high-rise modern spaces with several vintage units thrown into the mix, starts in the low $100,000s (some with garage parking) and goes up to the mid $500,000s. A three-bedroom condo or flat ranges between the mid $200,000s and the upper $600,000s. Single-family homes in Edgewater are typically two-story houses with a basic A-frame roofline and good-size front porch, although many incorporate Victorian features and other popular architectural styles that had their heyday in Chicago over the years. Prices for these homes range from the low $400,000s to $800,000 for a three-bedroom, while a place with more space can easily reach the million dollar mark.
How about passing on the "same old, same old" restaurants and trying some of Edgewater's standard cuisine choices that borrow flavor and influence from around the world, in addition to providing those favorite hometown tastes.
Pueblito Viejo (5420 N Lincoln Ave, 773-784-9135) is a bustling, highly-recommended eatery for hard-to-find South American specialties like arepas, patacones and other Latin flavors. The Spanish-English speaking wait staff work hard to ensure customers have a memorable dining experience by suggesting an array of dishes to suit your tastes and guaranteeing a cozy seat surrounded by authentic Mexican decor. Sending your taste buds to the other side of the globe, Indie Cafe (5951 Broadway St, 773-561-5577) blends Japanese and Thai food to get a wide range of sushi, drunken noodles, chicken satay, and the cafe's signature Mussamum curry. Despite the minimal seating space, Indie Cafe is an inexpensive, yet classy restaurant with outstanding pan-Asian cuisine, minimal Far East decor and solid presentation of all their distinctive dishes.
One of the best specimens of Ethiopian cuisine found in the Edgewater neighborhood, of which there are many, is the Ethiopian Diamond (6120 N Broadway St, 773-338-6100). The artful, North African decor will attract your eyes' attention while the enticing aromas will grab hold of your nose. And your taste buds will go wild for any of their meat or vegetarian dishes served on a pancake-like bread called "injera" with a fresh tomato salad in the center. Ras Dashen (5846 N Broadway St, 773-506-9601) is a welcoming, open-arm restaurant named for the highest mountain in Ethiopia. Serving seafood and vegetarian fare, as well as dishes like the Lebleb tibs (beef sauteed with onions, green peppers and tantalizing seasonings), you'll have plenty of flavorful meals to choose from. Although it's hard, we try to save room for dessert -- topping off the feast with a tasty bread pudding made with raisins, nuts and healthy Omega-3 laden flaxseeds.
For a romantic dinner in a local Italian trattoria, try Francesca's Bryn Mawr (1039 W Bryn Mawr Ave, 773-506-9261), an Italian restaurant serving dishes we'd expect to have while dining in Tuscany or Rome. The Edgewater location is one of many Francesca restaurants throughout Chicago, but each branch is unique, decorated to suit the individual neighborhood's influences and style. Put your fork to your spoon and twirl yourself some linguini frutti del mare -- pasta interlaced with fruits of the sea; calamari, scallops, mussels, and clams. Or order one of Francesca's tantalizing pizzas, like their famous Quattro Formaggi smothered in mozzarella, mascarpone, blue, and Swiss cheeses. Lakeside, you'll find the Edgewater Beach Cafe (5545 N Sheridan Rd, 773-275-4141). A twenty-year-old landmark, this family-run French/American cafe offers catfish, escargot and other elegant seafood fare while guests are entertained by the soft serenade of the piano player. As if the setting wasn't enough, the staff goes over the top to assure your meal is cooked to perfection and served with a smile. Not only is the food modestly priced, but so is the garage parking which is in the restaurant building.
For an impressive Sunday brunch spread and a well-stocked Bloody Mary bar, come on over to the Fireside Pub (5739 N Ravenswood, 773-878-5942). No matter the day, sit outside on the patio and enjoy a slice of some pesto shrimp pizza or baked calamari. Or if you can't make it in person, order a meal online and get your vegetarian lasagna or crab salad delivered.
For something sweet, drop by the Fifties-inspired Anna Held Florist and Soda Fountain (5557 N Sheridan Rd, 773-561-1940), for a fudge covered ice cream sundae or a refreshing flavored soda. First opening its doors in 1927, this dessert and coffee cafe remains a hidden classic, tucked inside the Edgewater Beach apartment building. Just east of the Granville Red Line train stop, Metropolis Coffee Co. (1039 N Granville Ave, 773-764-0600) is a local favorite for quiet reading and sipping Black Peony Rosette or Fire Herbal Chai tea. Not only can you enjoy one of their many unique tea and coffee blends, you can type your own "rant" or "rave" on a vintage typewriter for what they call "Operation Boldface" (all gripes and niceties will be posted online and added to the cafe's wall). Metropolis also has in-house film viewings and hosts performances by local bands on special nights.
Put on your comfortable shoes and schedule yourself a little time to shop around the Edgewater community for items you can't find anywhere but here.
In Edgewater, there are two unique places we like to go for an eclectic mix of goods and one-of-a-kind items: Broadway Antique Market (6130 N Broadway, 773-743-5444) and the Edgewater Antique Mall (6314 N Broadway St, 773-262-2525). Both are great for finding art deco-inspired articles, ornate light fixtures and novel gifts both for you and your friends.
If you've been wanting to write a thank you note or send out an invitation for your next neighborhood party, just wait until you set foot in Paper Trail (5309 N Clark St, 773-275-2191). Paper Trail has all kinds of creative and funny cards, stationary, photo albums and other paper-made products. If you're shopping for a friend, this is a one-stop shop -- choose one of the collectible gifts, then wrap it up with a piece of quirky wrapping paper and top it off with one of Paper Trail's original greeting cards. They've got it all covered!
After a long day's work, or when you could just use a fun night out, call your friends and take advantage of Edgewater's vibrant nightlife.
For a pleasurable evening, paired with a good old-fashioned hamburger and some messy buffalo wings, Hamilton's -- A Chicago Bar and Grill (6341 N Broadway, 773-764-8133) is where it's at! Besides having tasty finger-licking-good bar food, Hamilton's presents a special beer of the month. We like to hit this place up at least once a month to partake, but really, the ambiance is enough to keep us coming back every weekend. The atmosphere is casual with brick interior, red vinyl stools and flat screen TVs. For bigger groups, you can book a private party and Hamilton's has a music schedule that adds fun live tunes to a night of drinking with friends.
Have a frothy microbrew indoors or out in the beer garden over at the Edgewater Lounge (5600 N Ashland Ave, 773-878-3343). A true college hangout, the U-shaped bar offers a gourmet beer list and the occasional Bluegrass band. The unusual light fixtures and saloon-like motif embellish the bar's appeal, always maintaining a relaxed feel that keep the clientele in good spirits. In warm weather months, enjoy a delicious homemade veggie burger or a plateful of hand-cut French or sweet potato fries out on the patio where even our four-legged friends are welcome to hangout.
To pick up the pace a bit, pick up your feet and head over to Ravenswood Pub (5455 N Ravenswood Ave, 773-769-6667). Not just your typical sit-at-the-bar-and-have-a-drink place, you can meet new friends by joining the pub staff for a golf outing, kickball games and other organized activities scheduled throughout the year. If you really are just looking for a place to have a drink -- and feel a bit daring -- sample your choice of forty different kinds of tequila like El Tesoro Paradiso or Patron Gran Platinum from Ravenswood Pub's Wall of Tequila. The Basement Hookah Lounge (5700 N Clark St, 773-704-7561) is a non-alcoholic hangout known mainly for its exotic buffet of tobacco that includes everything from customary Middle Eastern tastes to fruity apple flavors. Dance in the side room that holds around eighty people, watch one of their many flat screen TVs, or rent a room and enjoy the use of a hookah privately amongst your friends.
Chicago has always been known for its assortment of theater venues and Edgewater is no exception.
Situated in the northern section of the neighborhood, Raven Theatre (6157 N Clark St, 773-338-2177) is an entertaining hotspot for Edgewater residents and other Chicago locals. Home to two separate theaters -- one has 160 seats and the other has 70 seats -- Raven Theatre puts on a mix of the classics, experimental shows, and children's plays for local theater buffs. Unlike most theaters, patrons are asked only to pay what they can making this an affordable and fun Edgewater highlight. Another neighborhood playhouse is the City Lit Theatre (1020 W Bryn Mawr, 773-293-3682) where a brilliant troupe of actors takes classic literature pieces and adapts them to stage. City Lit Theatre productions get their inspiration from fiction, non-fiction, poetry and other works from the likes of Henry James and Mark Twain. Although not as accommodating as the Raven's box office, ticket prices for the City Lit shows are very reasonable and worth every penny.
We're fans of the elegant style of an "old theater revisited" at Speakeasy Supper Club (1401 W Devon Ave, 773-338-0600). Before the show starts, guests position themselves around dimly-lit tables in front of the stage, enjoying a variety of Spanish tapas-sized portions -- of non-Spanish inspired dishes -- like the tempura battered artichokes with a wasabi hollandaise sauce appetizer. Oddly enough, this Speakeasy is BYOB, so don't forget to bring along a bottle of wine or enough beer to make it through the evening. The musical entertainment here includes acoustic, blues, pop and folk, but be sure to make reservations because seating is limited and trust us -- you won't want to miss this experience!
At certain times of the year, we all need to get our feet off the coffee table, turn off the TV and head on out to enjoy Edgewater's exciting neighborhood events.
June not only marks the beginning of summer, but the beginning of The Edgewater Green Market (773-561-6000). Fresh fruit and vegetables, freshly ground spices, fresh-cut flowers, fresh-baked bread, and honey collected fresh from the hive -- starting to see a theme here? -- take over the corner of Broadway and Norwood streets every Saturday. In addition to a lot of fresh items, vendors at this Chicago neighborhood farmers' market bring a bunch of other handmade goods to the city streets including soap, jewelry and clothing. Rain or shine, we know we'll be able to get our fill of veggies and fruit, and other homegrown goodness up until the end of October!
St. Andrew's Greek Orthodox Church (5649 N Sheridan Rd, 773-561-6000) hosts the Edge of Earth: A Celebration of the Edgewater Environment in May and the St. Andrew's Greek Festival, which falls around the beginning of July. Visitors to the Edge of Earth won't be worried about falling off -- you'll be too distracted by the fantastically talented fire-spinners and colorfully dressed Mexican dancers while the heavenly sounds of the Pilgrim Baptist Church Choir fills the air. Also in July, for one weekend Edgewater's Greek Festival is the best place around to satisfy your craving for authentic gyros smothered in cucumber sauce, and sweet honey-drenched Baklava prepared by local vendors. Carnival rides, live music from The Sounds of Greece DJs, and a world of other Greek-infused entertainment transports you (figuratively) from this north side Chicago neighborhood to the Mediterranean, without the long plane ride.
Whether you're walking, biking, riding or driving, Edgewater has every means of travel and transportation within close proximity and conveniently accessible. For starters, a couple Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) train lines run through Edgewater. The elevated Red Line train and the Purple Line rush hour trains (lovingly referred to as the "El") follow the same route -- just east of Broadway Street -- with stops at Berwyn, Bryn Mawr, Thorndale and Granville avenues. The fare is minimal and you can purchase a CTA pass at all train stops, or online to save time. Once on the Red or Purple Line you can transfer to other lines throughout the city free of charge.
For those traveling by bus, the #92 Foster Avenue runs east-west between the Berwyn Red Line "El" stop and the Jefferson Park Blue Line "El" station; the #82 Kimball/Homan bus runs north-south between Devon and Central Park avenues; and the #93 California Avenue bus runs north-south from the Evanston Purple Line "El" station to the Kimball Brown Line "El" stop.
Edgewater residents with a car can purchase a city sticker at City Hall (121 N LaSalle St, 312-744-6881) or the local substation found right in the neighborhood (North Substation 2550 W Addison St). This sticker may be small and moderately pricey, but having it will help you avoid unnecessary tickets and towing throughout the year. Parking in Edgewater can be tricky since residential zone restrictions are in effect between certain hours and readily available street parking can be limited. Not only do you need a city sticker, but when you have visitors in town or overnight, make sure you have a visitors' pass that will allow your guest to park on the street ticket-free, and avoid paying an arm and a leg to park in the ramp.
Lake Shore Drive taps into Edgewater traffic at Bryn Mawr and Hollywood avenues, providing an easy and accessible commute to downtown by car.
You don't have to be nervous on your first day of school when you have the curriculum and academics these Edgewater schools have. For more info on Chicago area schools check out our Chicago Guide Schools page.
Chicago College of Healing Arts 1622 West Devon Ave (773) 764-0960
Families Together Cooperative Nursery School 1500 W Elmdale Ave (773) 381-5200
Lake Shore Schools Preschool 5611 N Clark St (773) 561-6707
Lake Shore Schools 6759 N Greenview Ave (773) 561-6707
Loyola University of Chicago 6525 N Sheridan Rd (773) 508-3000
Northside Catholic Academy 5525 N Magnolia Ave (773) 271-4310
Northside Catholic Academy 6216 N Glenwood Ave (773) 743-6687
Prologue Alternative High School 640 W Irving Park Rd (773) 935-9925
St. Gregory the Great High School 1677 W Bryn Mawr Ave (773) 907-2100
No matter where you live, there are those necessities that you don't know you need until you need them -- we have listed a sampling of Edgewater neighborhood stores and services to lead you in the right direction.
Edgewater Chamber of Commerce 1210 W. Rosedale Ave. Phone: (773) 561-6000
Edgewater Community Council 6044 North Broadway Ave. (773) 334-5609
North Substation - For city stickers - 2550 W. Addison St.
Mon. 8a.m. to 5p.m.
Tues.-Fri. 8a.m. to 6:30p.m.
Sat. 8a.m. to 3:30p.m.
Edgewater Public Library 1210 W Elmdale Ave (312) 744-0718
Gerber/Hart Gay & Lesbian Library and Archives 1127 W Granville Ave (773) 381-8030
Bornhofen's Meat Market 6155 N Broadway St (773) 764-0714
Breakers Mini Mart 5343 N Sheridan Rd (773) 784-4277
Broadway Cellars 5900 N Broadway St (773) 944-1208
Castle Food and Liquors 1128 W Thorndale Ave (773) 769-1234
Devon Food Market 1440 W Devon Ave (773) 338-2572
Dominick's Finer Foods 5235 N Sheridan Rd (773) 728-4300; 6009 N. Broadway St (773) 769-2300
Edgewater Mini-Mart 1215 W Devon Ave (773) 262-2333
Edgewater Market and Deli 6157 N Sheridan Rd (773) 338-4301
Hollywood Pantry 1301 W Hollywood Ave (773) 561-7800
Neighborhood Market and Deli 6157 N Sheridan Rd (773) 973-1313
Park Tower Market 5419 N Sheridan Rd (773) 275-9130
Sun Hing Food Company 5505 N Broadway St (773) 728-6556
Super Foods 1049 W Bryn Mawr Ave (773) 728-3900
True Nature Foods 6034 N Broadway St (773) 465-6400
Dominick's 6009 N Broadway St (773) 769-2300
Granville Medical Pharmacy 6212 N Broadway St (773) 274-5888
Osco Drug 6150 N Broadway St (773) 274-9337
Thorndale Pharmacy 1104 W Thorndale Ave (773) 465-6400
Walgreens 6125 N Broadway St (773) 764-8961
BodyFit Athletic Club 4704 N Broadway St (773) 878-8822
Bosnian Herzegovinian American Community Center 6219 N Sheridan Rd (773) 274-0044
CircEsteem and the Chicago Youth Circus 1400 W Devon Ave (312) 593-4242
Cheetah Gym 5838 N Broadway St (773) 728-6600
Curves on Sheridan 5339 S Sheridan Rd (773) 275-9300
Edgewater Athletic and Swim Club 1040 W Granville (773) 262-2455
FitPro Personal Training 5323 N Glenwood Ave (773) 989-7007
Yoga Now 5852 N Broadway St (773) 561-9642
Edgewater Green Market W Thorndale Ave and N Broadway St
Mellin Playlot Park 5553 N Ashland Ave
Emmerson Park 1820 W Granville Ave (773) 761-0433
Langdon (Mary Margaret) Playlot Park 1754 W Albion Ave (773)-262-1482
Bromann Playlot Park 5400 N Broadway St (312) 742-7876
Broadway Armory Park 5917 N Broadway St (312) 742-7502
D'Elia Playlot Park 6340 N Lakewood Ave (312) 742-7876
Cochran Playlot Park 5554 N Magnolia Ave (312) 742-7876
Andersonville Playlot Park 5233 N Ashland Ave (773) 761-0433
Lane Beach & Park 5915 N Sheridan Rd (312) 742-7857
Broadway Armory Park 5917 N Broadway St (312) 742-7502
Billy Goat Experimental Theatre Company 5917 N Broadway St (773) 250-3331
City Lit Theatre 1020 W Bryn Mawr Ave (773) 293-3682
Raven Theatre 6157 N Clark St (773) 338-2177
Redtwist Theatre 1044 W Bryn Mawr Ave (773) 728-7529
Speakeasy Supper Club 1401 W Devon Ave (773) 338-0600
Ace Hardware 5820 N Clark St (773) 561-3323
The Acorn Antiques and Uniques 5241 N Clark St (773) 506-9100
Broadway Antique Market 6130 N Broadway St (773) 743-5444
Clark-Devon Hardware 6401 N Ashland Ave (773) 764-3575
Edgewater Antique Mall 6314 N. Broadway St (773) 262-2525
Gethsemane Garden Center 5738 N Clark St (773) 878-5915
Nova Fragrances 5936 N Broadway (773) 989-0509
Paper Trail 5309 N Clark St (773) 275-2191
Pay Half 1143 W Berwyn Ave (773) 334-4213
Payless ShoeSource 6125 N Broadway St (773) 465-1103
Surrender 5225 N Clark St (773) 784-4455
Women and Children First 5233 N Clark St (773) 769-9299
East African Restaurant 5959 N Broadway St (773) 293-3117
Ethiopian Diamond 6120 N Broadway St (773) 338-6100
Ras Dashen 5846 N Broadway St (773) 506-9601
Vee Vee's African Restaurant 6243 N Broadway (773) 465-2424
Indie Cafe 5951 Broadway St (773) 561-5577
Thai Grill & Noodle Bar 1040 W Granville Ave (773) 274-7510
AJ's Grill 6141 N Broadway St (773) 508-5050
Anna Held Florist and Soda Fountain 5557 N Sheridan Rd (773) 561-1940
Fireside Pub 5739 N Ravenswood Ave (773) 878-5942
M Henry 5707 N Clark St (773) 561-1600
Standee's 1133 W Granville Ave (773) 743-5013
Cafe du Monde 1147 W Granville Ave (773) 338-4840
Dunkin' Donuts 6332 N Broadway St (773) 973-0829
Metropolis Coffee Co. 1039 N Granville Ave (773)764-0600
Francesca's Bryn Mawr 1039 W Bryn Mawr Ave (773) 506-9261
Latin American Cuisine
Pueblito Viejo 5420 N Lincoln Ave (773) 784-9135
Middle Eastern Cuisine
Alibaba Kabab House 1235 W Devon Ave (773) 764-0110
Aroma Pizzeria 1125 W Berwyn Ave (773) 769-4900
Gino's North 1111 W Granville Ave (773) 465-1616
Pizza Mania 5777 N Ridge Ave (773) 275-2720
T's Paisan's Pizza & Grill 1100 W Thorndale Ave (773) 271-4171
Tedino's Chicago 5335 N Sheridan Rd (773) 275-8100
Edgewater Beach Cafe 5545 N Sheridan Rd (773) 275-4141
Love Hut 5812 N Broadway St (773) 275-8797
Night on the Town
The Basement Hookah Lounge 5700 N Clark St (773) 704-7561
Bruno & Tim's Lounge 6562 N Sheridan Rd (773) 764-7900
Chicago Pumping Company 5846 N Broadway St (773) 506-9601
Double Bubble 5846 N Broadway St (773) 506-960
Edgewater Lounge 5600 N Ashland Ave (773) 878-3343
Granville Anvil 1137 W Granville Ave (773) 973-0006
Hamilton's -- A Chicago Bar and Grill 6341 N Broadway Ave (773) 764-8133
Moody's Pub 5910 N Broadway St (773) 275-2696
Ole St Andrew's Inn 5938 N Broadway St (773) 784-5540
Ravenswood Pub 5455 N Ravenswood (773) 769-6667
Writer's Lounge 5401 N Broadway St (773) 878-3306
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