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Formento’s An Italian restaurant in the West Loop serving more than just fantastic pasta. Their chocolate cake is some of the best in the city layered with mousse and a delicious hazelnut praline base. 925 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60607   Firecakes Donuts One of the best spots for

Kuma's Corner led zepplin burger

Prepare yourself for a head-banging, taste-bud sizzling experience when dining at Kuma’s Corner. This iconic Chicago burger joint fuses delicious, meaty burgers with a heavy metal flair. Their burgers are so good that Kuma’s Corner is ranked as one of Food Network’s favorite burger stops. With its dark and bold

D’Amato’s Bakery is real deal Italian cuisine. Sporting vibrant green, red and white paint, the instant you spot this gem on the corner of Grand Avenue and May Street, you’ll know that you’re at the right spot. The smell of fresh bread, pizza and cookies wafts through the air as

Maggie Daley Park is a great place to take in a sunny summer afternoon or a crisp fall morning. In 2012, the Chicago Park District converted the northeastern part of Grant Park into Maggie Daley Park, in honor of of Maggie C. Daley, wife of Richard M. Daley, whose mission

The Berghoff is an iconic Chicago restaurant and no trip to this city can forgo it. The rich wood paneling has soaked in the history and radiates it to those that lounge in the bar or dining area. They were the first in Chicago to receive a liquor license after

air aerial fitness chicago

Bringing together a mix of yoga, ballet, Pilates, and strength training, all performed with the assistance of hammocks, AIR® Aerial Fitness leaves you feeling like an acrobat. Upon entering the studio, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the large teal hammocks that are soon to become your reliant training

The Marq, located in the midst of the bustling city, is a great place to take a moment, slow down, and enjoy great food with great company. Not only are you encompassed by a warm and elegant ambiance, but you also get to choose from an extensive menu of holistic,

If you’re crazy about the popular, creamy chocolate hazelnut spread, the Nutella Cafe Chicago will be your heaven. Located on Michigan Avenue, right next to Millennium Park, this cafe is a must-visit for any Nutella lover. Immediately upon walking past the cafe doors, the decadent aroma swirling through the air

Goddess and the Baker is the perfect environment for getting work done, relaxing, and everything in between. The high ceilings give an air of life but the darker toned colors give a cozier feeling. Just in case you wandered in and don’t know what’s going on, there’s a big neon