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ABOUT EDGEWATER

Edgewater, first developed in the late 1800s as a summer home for Chicago’s elite, has retained its charm throughout the years as a community known for its wide swath of beach access and its vast park space that residents gladly take advantage of in spring, summer, and autumn.

Bordered on the north by Devon Avenue, on the south by Foster Avenue, on Ravenswood Avenue on the north, and Lake Michigan on the east, this lakefront community is home to a charming historic neighborhood, distinguished city landmarks, and some of the best antique shopping the Midwest has to offer.

GETTING AROUND EDGEWATER
You can get to and through Edgewater by way of the Red Line with access on Berwyn, Bryn Mawr, Thorndale and Granville. The Chicago Transit Authority also offers public transportation to and from downtown Chicago via various bus routes in Edgewater, most of which run along North Lake Shore Drive. Metra also offers transportation along its North Line serving both downtown Chicago’s North Suburbs with access to stations in Ravenswood and Rogers Park.

EXPLORING EDGEWATER
Take advantage of this community’s rich history and walk through the Bryn Mawr Historic District. With vintage lampposts and lantern lights, this Art Deco district recalls the splendor of the decadent 1920s. For more glamour, go to the Edgewater Beach Apartments – they used to be connected to the former Edgewater Beach Hotel, a veritable hot spot for 1950s celebrities.

Edgewater is a neighborhood that hearkens back to the good old days. Take a stroll through Edgewater’s renowned authentic delis, specialty farm stands, and boutique grocery stores. Discover the some of the best antiquing that the Midwest has to offer in the neighborhood’s antique stores.

Edgewater isn’t just a hotbed for Chicago’s history. It’s also home to a wildly diverse mix of ethnic groups, including large pockets of immigrants from Eastern Europe and the Horn of Africa. The addition of these ethnic enclaves brings delectable international cuisine to the neighborhood. Edgewater has much to offer for history buffs, international explorers, and antiquing enthusiasts.
    
SELECTED DINING OPTIONS
Ras Dashen Ethiopian Restaurant
5846 N. Broadway Street
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 506-9601

No trip to Edgewater would be complete without trying some of the international fare that the neighborhood has to offer. Ras Dashen, named after the tallest mountain in Ethiopia, provides its customers with traditional Ethiopian cuisine with many vegetarian and vegan options, as well as a relaxed atmosphere that both foodie and newbie alike can enjoy.

Nookies Edgewater
1100 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 516-4188

If you happen to find yourself in need of some good old-fashioned comfort food, stop by Nookies. This Chicago family restaurant prides itself on serving fresh, high-quality food to its patrons. This particular location is the only Nookies in the city that offers a full bar, so definitely plan on a boozy brunch if you stop by on Sunday.

Dak
1104 W. Granville Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 754-0255

Dak is a casual eatery that specializes in Korean cuisine and chicken wings. Their Korean based sauces are lovingly ladled over antibiotic and hormone free chicken. They also offer bulgogi and dukbokki, Korean specialties. If you’re in the mood for some fusion cuisine that won’t break your wallet, Dak is the place to go.

ENTERTAINMENT
Here Is Your Alibi
1106 W. Thorndale Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
(847) 612-7411

Here Is Your Alibi is a local comedy club tucked away in the Frontier Theater. Conveniently located just steps away from the Thorndale Red Line stop, these performers eschew charging admission and instead ask for donations after the show. Another bonus to this venue? It’s BYOB. Make a night of it at Here Is Your Alibi.

Degenerate Art Gallery
5554 N. Winthrop Avenue
Chicago, IL 60640
(262) 408-0305

Degenerate Art Gallery originally launched as an online gallery in 2012 and only recently began occupying its Edgewater space in real life. Catering to art activism, Degenerate Art Gallery makes a point of displaying works that either demonstrate a strong point or will donate its sale proceeds to a good cause. Paying this gallery a visit guarantees that you’ll leave feeling enriched, and if you’re one of the patrons, feeling as though you’ve contributed to a great cause.


NIGHTLIFE
Ollie’s Lounge
1064 W. Berwyn Avenue
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 784-5712

This hidden gem of a dive bar boasts a dance floor and DJ that keeps the party rocking. Ollie’s is one of those bars that makes you nostalgic – it’s a great neighborhood bar that serves beer, has a pool table, and has the sweetest owner around. Ollie herself makes an appearance from time to time and is an absolute sweetheart. Come to this bar for the neighborly feel and leave feeling like one of the locals.

The Norse Bar
6334 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 942-6344

Set foot in this recently renovated local watering hole and you may never want to leave! The Norse Bar is known for its cozy, inviting atmosphere, large craft beer selection, and Tuesday night interactive trivia. These winners of the 2012 Chicago magazine “Best of Chicago” award pride themselves on providing friendly and helpful service (and a dog-friendly environment during the week)!  

Sovereign Liquors
6202 N. Broadway Street
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 274-0057

Sovereign Liquors is the dive bar of your dreams, with reasonably priced drinks, the best jukebox in town, and a true neighborhood vibe where all the bartenders will know your name. You won’t find any Jaeger Bombs here, but you will get a taste of a true old school watering hole.

Edgewater, first developed in the late 1800s as a summer home for Chicago’s elite, has retained its charm throughout the years as a community known for its wide swath of beach access and its vast park space that residents gladly take advantage of in spring, summer, and autumn.

Bordered on the north by Devon Avenue, on the south by Foster Avenue, on Ravenswood Avenue on the north, and Lake Michigan on the east, this lakefront community is home to a charming historic neighborhood, distinguished city landmarks, and some of the best antique shopping the Midwest has to offer.

GETTING AROUND EDGEWATER
You can get to and through Edgewater by way of the Red Line with access on Berwyn, Bryn Mawr, Thorndale and Granville. The Chicago Transit Authority also offers public transportation to and from downtown Chicago via various bus routes in Edgewater, most of which run along North Lake Shore Drive. Metra also offers transportation along its North Line serving both downtown Chicago’s North Suburbs with access to stations in Ravenswood and Rogers Park.

EXPLORING EDGEWATER
Take advantage of this community’s rich history and walk through the Bryn Mawr Historic District. With vintage lampposts and lantern lights, this Art Deco district recalls the splendor of the decadent 1920s. For more glamour, go to the Edgewater Beach Apartments – they used to be connected to the former Edgewater Beach Hotel, a veritable hot spot for 1950s celebrities.

Edgewater is a neighborhood that hearkens back to the good old days. Take a stroll through Edgewater’s renowned authentic delis, specialty farm stands, and boutique grocery stores. Discover the some of the best antiquing that the Midwest has to offer in the neighborhood’s antique stores.

Edgewater isn’t just a hotbed for Chicago’s history. It’s also home to a wildly diverse mix of ethnic groups, including large pockets of immigrants from Eastern Europe and the Horn of Africa. The addition of these ethnic enclaves brings delectable international cuisine to the neighborhood. Edgewater has much to offer for history buffs, international explorers, and antiquing enthusiasts.
    
SELECTED DINING OPTIONS
Ras Dashen Ethiopian Restaurant
5846 N. Broadway Street
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 506-9601

No trip to Edgewater would be complete without trying some of the international fare that the neighborhood has to offer. Ras Dashen, named after the tallest mountain in Ethiopia, provides its customers with traditional Ethiopian cuisine with many vegetarian and vegan options, as well as a relaxed atmosphere that both foodie and newbie alike can enjoy.

Nookies Edgewater
1100 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 516-4188

If you happen to find yourself in need of some good old-fashioned comfort food, stop by Nookies. This Chicago family restaurant prides itself on serving fresh, high-quality food to its patrons. This particular location is the only Nookies in the city that offers a full bar, so definitely plan on a boozy brunch if you stop by on Sunday.

Dak
1104 W. Granville Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 754-0255

Dak is a casual eatery that specializes in Korean cuisine and chicken wings. Their Korean based sauces are lovingly ladled over antibiotic and hormone free chicken. They also offer bulgogi and dukbokki, Korean specialties. If you’re in the mood for some fusion cuisine that won’t break your wallet, Dak is the place to go.

ENTERTAINMENT
Here Is Your Alibi
1106 W. Thorndale Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
(847) 612-7411

Here Is Your Alibi is a local comedy club tucked away in the Frontier Theater. Conveniently located just steps away from the Thorndale Red Line stop, these performers eschew charging admission and instead ask for donations after the show. Another bonus to this venue? It’s BYOB. Make a night of it at Here Is Your Alibi.

Degenerate Art Gallery
5554 N. Winthrop Avenue
Chicago, IL 60640
(262) 408-0305

Degenerate Art Gallery originally launched as an online gallery in 2012 and only recently began occupying its Edgewater space in real life. Catering to art activism, Degenerate Art Gallery makes a point of displaying works that either demonstrate a strong point or will donate its sale proceeds to a good cause. Paying this gallery a visit guarantees that you’ll leave feeling enriched, and if you’re one of the patrons, feeling as though you’ve contributed to a great cause.


NIGHTLIFE
Ollie’s Lounge
1064 W. Berwyn Avenue
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 784-5712

This hidden gem of a dive bar boasts a dance floor and DJ that keeps the party rocking. Ollie’s is one of those bars that makes you nostalgic – it’s a great neighborhood bar that serves beer, has a pool table, and has the sweetest owner around. Ollie herself makes an appearance from time to time and is an absolute sweetheart. Come to this bar for the neighborly feel and leave feeling like one of the locals.

The Norse Bar
6334 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 942-6344

Set foot in this recently renovated local watering hole and you may never want to leave! The Norse Bar is known for its cozy, inviting atmosphere, large craft beer selection, and Tuesday night interactive trivia. These winners of the 2012 Chicago magazine “Best of Chicago” award pride themselves on providing friendly and helpful service (and a dog-friendly environment during the week)!  

Sovereign Liquors
6202 N. Broadway Street
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 274-0057

Sovereign Liquors is the dive bar of your dreams, with reasonably priced drinks, the best jukebox in town, and a true neighborhood vibe where all the bartenders will know your name. You won’t find any Jaeger Bombs here, but you will get a taste of a true old school watering hole.