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Before heading out on the Boystown strip, hunker down at Wilde Bar and Restaurant. Cozy seating and dark wood adorns this pub, which is self-described as an “upscale Irish bar.” Located at 3130 N Broadway Ave, Chef Alan Katz dishes … Continue reading
Grab the red line or the #22 Clark bus and take it to the heart of Andersonville. Originally settled by Swedish immigrants, today its allure lies in the bustling GLBT community that lines Clark between Foster and Bryn Mawr.
Trivia seems to be the hot thing these days. Pretty much any night of the week, one can find a bar or pub that rewards the regurgitation of useless knowledge. Go to a sports bar and you’re sure to be … Continue reading
When you think of a boutique, “one stop shop” usually does not come to mind. Housed within much smaller confines than a mass retailer, it is sometimes difficult for a boutique to maintain an inventory that allows customers to shop … Continue reading
Looking to bypass the mega retailers and outlet malls and, instead, support local businesses on Black Friday? Well, here’s a roundup of some of the best local shops offering great in-store deals post-Turkey Day! And since these are some of … Continue reading