Things To Do

The 606 The 606 is an old train track that has been rehabbed by the city of Chicago into a beautiful 2.7-mile trail. Fun Fact: The trail is called the 606 because all of the zip codes in Chicago start with 606. Ex. 60614 is Lincoln Park. If you are

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

Breathe in the fresh air and unmistakable ambiance when you dine at Cindy’s Rooftop. Enclosed by a revealing glass atrium overlooking Millennium Park with the blue waters of Lake Michigan in the background, let yourself escape the hustle and bustle of the busy Chicago streets. Upon stepping off the elevator and

Afternoon Tea at the Allis in Soho House Chicago makes you feel like royalty. The Allis encompasses the entire first and part of the second floor of the elegant clubhouse, with its high ceiling and enormously glamorous chandeliers. At the Allis, everyone is treated like a member even though not

Chicago Botanic Garden assembled a list of events leading up to Summer of 2018 that Chicago Visitors Guide Readers will enjoy! Any one of these events is sure to be a new adventure. Paul Lange: Big Blooms – Orchids | February 9 – September 24 Asia in Bloom: The Orchid Show

We lined up the perfect plan for you and your bestie on Galentine’s Day in Chicago! 1. Get an outfit at vfish Designs vfish Designs is a lifestyle brand designed by women in Chicago. The upcoming Spring Collection features a hand painted floral print, abstract watermelon print, geo-floral print and

Umai, (うまい) meaning “good” or “tasty” in Japanese, is an enticing sushi restaurant located in Printer’s Row. There are many places to grab sushi in the city, though I think that Umai is one of the better options. With fresh flowers on the table, a colorful mural on the wall,

Barry’s Bootcamp was born in 1998, when celebrity trainer Barry Jay changed the fitness game. Though its origins are in West Hollywood, Barry’s Bootcamp quickly spread across the country–and even the world! Chicago got its first studio in 2016. For me, the thrill lies in the dozens of people around

Chocolate at the Pen

Buffets and “All You Can Eat” are enticing ideas to foodies. They’re child’s play, however, when talking about a chocolate buffet! When I first discovered Chocolate at the Pen, I was perusing the Internet getting lost between cat videos and pinning recipes. That was 3 years ago, and each time

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