From catching baseball games at Wrigley Field to shopping at local boutiques on Armitage Avenue, Chicago’s North Side offers visitors an eclectic mix of nightlife and family-friendly fun.
With Indian, Southeast Asian, Ethiopian and Mexican dining options, there are meals for even the most adventurous of diners. Listed below are some of most well-known neighborhoods in Chicago’s North Side:
Serving as the nickname to the neighborhood encapsulating Wrigley Field, which is Lakeview, the Wrigleyville neighborhood is home to the Chicago Cubs. A host of deep-dish pizza joints, sports bars and Chicago-style hotdog vendors, this neighborhood delivers when it comes to a classic Chicago sports experience. And when a Cubs game is underway, this area electrifies.
● Lincoln Park
Home to the Lincoln Park Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood is a beautiful area to spend a day outdoors. With boutiques and specialty shops, in addition to upscale restaurants, there’s no shortage of ways to enjoy this park-laden area on a warm spring or summer day.
● River North
Chicago’s River North neighborhood is located in the Near North Side of the city. Particularly along Franklin Avenue and Hubbard Street, this area features some of the city’s top neighborhoods for nightlife and restaurants. Chicago’s famed Michigan Avenue shopping area is also located in this part of the city.