Chicago Things To Do
Here you will find all the things I enjoy doing most in Chicago and hope you will too, whether you're a visitor or a resident. Find more recommendations on…
After fridge temperatures and extensive nights of binge streaming shows, spring is the break we all need from the long and hibernation-heavy months of winter. In the spring, Chicago awakens from its arctic slumber and welcomes in an ample amount of reasons to get outdoors. This spring, take advantage of the warmer months with our guide to forty fun things to do in Chicago.
The Chicago food scene is an important narrative to the culture of the city. For Black-owned restaurants, their story and contribution to the city’s culture are significant. They are essential, and they matter.Many of these restaurants and bars have incredible reputations. They have appeared in city-wide events such as Black Restaurant Week, showcased by influencers, and featured within black publications like Black Owned Chicago.
Seek Like a Local, our popular series of the best things to do in Chicago from a local is back for another summer season. In this week’s Seek like a Local, Ally Almore a freelance photographer highlights her favorite Chicago food spots, encourages visitors to explore smaller, yet significant cultural museums, and shows love to her community of fellow photographers.
Skip the long lines at the grocery store and opt for seasonal fresh produce, flowers, or other unique goods from a local farmers market instead. From historic markets on Maxwell street to pop-up markets, this list provides you with a guide to community and neighborhood farmers’ markets and other accessible food resources near you, in the city of Chicago.
Looking for bottomless brunch options in Chicago? Look no further! This list gives you the best bottomless brunches in Chicago, as shared by industry professionals and brunch aficionados. From unlimited low-priced bottomless options to all you can handle boozy beverage and food packages—these bottomless brunch options will help you kick off your weekend the right way—bottomless and boozy.
Weekday activities are perfect to help you break up the week and spice up your daily routine. Whether you are exploring the city solo or looking for fun things to do with a large group of people, this guide will ensure that you have something cool and cheap to do every day of the week.Check out the guide of cool(and cheap) things to do during the weekday in Chicago.
Chicago has an endless amount of things to see, do, and experience throughout the year. Yes, our summers are dreamy, and our winters are a bit harsh, but we are a city that has something to satisfy every visitor and local alike, no matter the season. We’ve rounded up the best of what Chicago in this guide. From visiting Chicago’s most unique museums to exploring urban parks, now, it’s your turn to seek and experience what the city has to offer for yourself.
In this week’s Seek Like a Local, the Sigma Chris, a well-known nightlife guru shares his favorite black-owned fashion shops in Chicago, the best North and West Side neighborhoods to explore, and a downtown Cuban restaurant with the most delicious Mojito flights in the city.
From the iconic illuminated facade of the Chicago Theater to the lavish architecture of the Nederlander or Cadillac Palace, Chi-town is home to some of the best productions in the country. But sometimes, the best production experiences happen off the beaten path. These are the best places to go to experience Chicago theater.
FIVE OF THE BEST HAPPY HOUR SPOTS IN CHICAGO - Part One:Featuring @brandosspeakeasy, 343 S. Dearborn Avenue, in River North 🍹Enjoy a happy hour for only $5 at Brando’s Speakeasy. The South Loop karaoke lounge and cocktail bar offers daily drink specials. Choose from a selective list of cocktails including a 1792 Old Fashion, Paloma, or your choice of White Claw Flavors or Revolution Beers. Happy Hour specials are available daily from 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM.