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ABOUT LINCOLN PARK

Lincoln Park, named for the beautiful 1, 208 acre park encompassing a free zoo that’s open year-round, a nature museum, and a conservatory bordering Lake Michigan, is one of Chicago’s most popular neighborhoods and considered to be the heart of the North Side.

Bordered on the north by Diversey Parkway, on the south by North Avenue, on the west by the Chicago River, and on the east by Lake Michigan, this jewel of a neighborhood is home to a diverse community with a lively cultural scene, amazing architecture, fantastic gardens, more boutiques and shops per capita than anywhere else in the city, and of course, the park from which the neighborhood takes its name.

GETTING AROUND LINCOLN PARK
Lincoln Park boasts excellent public transportation to and from downtown Chicago with CTA Red Line stops at Diversey Parkway, Fullerton Parkway, and North Avenue, and Brown Line stops at Diversey, Fullerton, Armitage Avenue, and Sedgwick Street. A variety of CTA bus routes run from the east side of Lincoln Park to and from the Loop, and the neighborhood is easily accessible by car via Lake Shore Drive or the Kennedy Expressway (I-90).

EXPLORING LINCOLN PARK
Living in Lincoln Park affords you close proximity to downtown Chicago with a decidedly more residential feel. Gorgeous vintage architecture melds seamlessly with newer buildings and high-rise apartments to create an attractive and vibrant neighborhood that’s as easy on the eyes as it is fun to explore.

To the east is Lincoln Park, a rambling 1,208 acres of greenery that includes the Lincoln Park Zoo, which is always free and open year-round. This land abuts Lake Michigan and affords stunning views, especially from North Avenue Beach. There’s also a conservatory tucked away in the park, nestled within beautiful gardens that only enhance its beauty. For nature lovers, Lincoln Park is the place to be, especially those that would like to visit the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, which has one of the most exciting butterfly exhibits around.

For those less outdoors-inclined, Lincoln Park offers many opportunities to shop until you drop! Armitage Avenue is known for its independent boutiques and high-end retailers whereas Clark Street is celebrated for its dedication to providing residents and visitors alike with casual cafés, ethnic restaurants and sweets shops. Diversey Avenue also boasts a plethora of independent boutiques and retail chains.

SELECTED DINING OPTIONS
There are many, many dining options throughout Lincoln Park, but these three restaurants are at the top of many a Yelp reviewers’ “must try” list. Feel free to check these out!

Edzo’s Burger Shop
2218 N. Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 689-9909

Edzo’s, traditionally a burger joint in Evanston, recently opened up a second shop in Lincoln Park, much to the joy of Chicago residents. This casual dining establishment is home to some of the best burgers in the city and has been rated by Zagat as one of the Best Restaurants for Burgers! Fresh-ground beef, old-style shakes, and hand cut fries delight the fans of this burger stand.

Sapori Trattoria
2701 N. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL  60614
(773) 832-9999

This cozy, casual Italian restaurant is perfect for an intimate rendezvous and is rated as one of the “Top 50 Italian Restaurants in the US” by Open Table. Reasonably priced entrees and stellar service make this neighborhood haunt a favorite of locals. Be sure to try their pasta - it’s made fresh daily from scratch.

Half Shell Chicago
676 W. Diversey Parkway
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 549-1773

This hidden gem straddles the borders between the Lincoln Park and Lakeview neighborhoods and is not to be missed. Known for its inexpensive and delicious menu including King Crab legs, fried catfish, and jumbo shrimp (complete with homemade sauces), this cash-only destination serves some of the best seafood in Chicago.

ENTERTAINMENT
Lincoln Park is home to some fantastic options for entertainment. From the legendary Second City (where star comedian Tina Fey began her career in earnest), to the iconic Steppenwolf Theater, entertainment is always just steps away.

The Second City
1616 N. Wells Street
Chicago, IL 60614
(312) 337-3992

This performing arts club is home to some of the best improvisational comedy skits in the world. This theater troupe consists of six actors/writers consisting of six actors/writers each and three National Touring Companies with five actors each.  Second City has shows seven nights a week consisting of short scenes, songs, and improvisations ranging anywhere from 10 seconds to 10 minutes long. This place is sure to tickle your funny bone!

Rotofugi Designer Toy Store & Gallery
2780 N. Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 868-3308

Let your inner kid out to play at Rotofugi’s. Since opening in 2004, this unique toy store has become one of the world’s premier destinations for purchasing designer toys from all over the world. Housed in a beautiful vintage building, you can roam the store to browse a large selection of vinyl figures, capsule toys, plush toys and so much more. Adjoining the store is the Rotofugi Gallery featuring monthly art exhibits by both local and national artists.

Steppenwolf Theater Company
1650 N. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60614
(3122) 335-1650

The legendary Steppenwolf Theater Company began in the mid-1970s as the brainchild of three high school and college friends (you might recognize some of these names!), Jeff Perry, Terry Kinney, and Gary Sinise. For the past 35 years, this non-profit organization has blossomed into a full-fledged acting troupe giving nearly 700 performances, readings, and other events every year on their Chicago stage. If you want to see some of the brightest stars to ever tread the boards, this is the place to go!

NIGHTLIFE
With DePaul University lying within the borders of Lincoln Park, the nightlife is always buzzing. With clubs catering to youthful crowds and some more mellow hole-in-the-wall dive bars to choose from, you will always be able to find a watering hole to quench your thirst.

B.L.U.E.S.
2519 N. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 528-1012

This blues bar boasts some of the best blues artists around and has a lush, intimate vibe that makes you feel right at home. The staff is known for their prompt and friendly service and the venue itself is steeped in the history of the blues and of Chicago icons. If you want a mellow night out, this is the place to go.

Drop
1909 N. Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
(312) 291-9584

This honeycomb hangout is the kind of place that automatically makes you feel like a local. Once you get past the underground doorway, you are ushered into a nightclub scene that is mellow before the witching hour and a blast afterwards. Open until 4am, this bar has a cool, subterranean vibe that should definitely be on your radar for your next night out.

Shoes Pub
1134 W. Armitage Avenue
Suite 1
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 871-4640

This dive bar near the DePaul campus is a fantastic place to let loose. With karaoke, pool tables, and a good old jukebox, it’s a great local bar to just relax in. It’s a breath of fresh air and is the kind of place you can see becoming “your bar.”

Lincoln Park, named for the beautiful 1, 208 acre park encompassing a free zoo that’s open year-round, a nature museum, and a conservatory bordering Lake Michigan, is one of Chicago’s most popular neighborhoods and considered to be the heart of the North Side.

Bordered on the north by Diversey Parkway, on the south by North Avenue, on the west by the Chicago River, and on the east by Lake Michigan, this jewel of a neighborhood is home to a diverse community with a lively cultural scene, amazing architecture, fantastic gardens, more boutiques and shops per capita than anywhere else in the city, and of course, the park from which the neighborhood takes its name.

GETTING AROUND LINCOLN PARK
Lincoln Park boasts excellent public transportation to and from downtown Chicago with CTA Red Line stops at Diversey Parkway, Fullerton Parkway, and North Avenue, and Brown Line stops at Diversey, Fullerton, Armitage Avenue, and Sedgwick Street. A variety of CTA bus routes run from the east side of Lincoln Park to and from the Loop, and the neighborhood is easily accessible by car via Lake Shore Drive or the Kennedy Expressway (I-90).

EXPLORING LINCOLN PARK
Living in Lincoln Park affords you close proximity to downtown Chicago with a decidedly more residential feel. Gorgeous vintage architecture melds seamlessly with newer buildings and high-rise apartments to create an attractive and vibrant neighborhood that’s as easy on the eyes as it is fun to explore.

To the east is Lincoln Park, a rambling 1,208 acres of greenery that includes the Lincoln Park Zoo, which is always free and open year-round. This land abuts Lake Michigan and affords stunning views, especially from North Avenue Beach. There’s also a conservatory tucked away in the park, nestled within beautiful gardens that only enhance its beauty. For nature lovers, Lincoln Park is the place to be, especially those that would like to visit the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, which has one of the most exciting butterfly exhibits around.

For those less outdoors-inclined, Lincoln Park offers many opportunities to shop until you drop! Armitage Avenue is known for its independent boutiques and high-end retailers whereas Clark Street is celebrated for its dedication to providing residents and visitors alike with casual cafés, ethnic restaurants and sweets shops. Diversey Avenue also boasts a plethora of independent boutiques and retail chains.

SELECTED DINING OPTIONS
There are many, many dining options throughout Lincoln Park, but these three restaurants are at the top of many a Yelp reviewers’ “must try” list. Feel free to check these out!

Edzo’s Burger Shop
2218 N. Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 689-9909

Edzo’s, traditionally a burger joint in Evanston, recently opened up a second shop in Lincoln Park, much to the joy of Chicago residents. This casual dining establishment is home to some of the best burgers in the city and has been rated by Zagat as one of the Best Restaurants for Burgers! Fresh-ground beef, old-style shakes, and hand cut fries delight the fans of this burger stand.

Sapori Trattoria
2701 N. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL  60614
(773) 832-9999

This cozy, casual Italian restaurant is perfect for an intimate rendezvous and is rated as one of the “Top 50 Italian Restaurants in the US” by Open Table. Reasonably priced entrees and stellar service make this neighborhood haunt a favorite of locals. Be sure to try their pasta - it’s made fresh daily from scratch.

Half Shell Chicago
676 W. Diversey Parkway
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 549-1773

This hidden gem straddles the borders between the Lincoln Park and Lakeview neighborhoods and is not to be missed. Known for its inexpensive and delicious menu including King Crab legs, fried catfish, and jumbo shrimp (complete with homemade sauces), this cash-only destination serves some of the best seafood in Chicago.

ENTERTAINMENT
Lincoln Park is home to some fantastic options for entertainment. From the legendary Second City (where star comedian Tina Fey began her career in earnest), to the iconic Steppenwolf Theater, entertainment is always just steps away.

The Second City
1616 N. Wells Street
Chicago, IL 60614
(312) 337-3992

This performing arts club is home to some of the best improvisational comedy skits in the world. This theater troupe consists of six actors/writers consisting of six actors/writers each and three National Touring Companies with five actors each.  Second City has shows seven nights a week consisting of short scenes, songs, and improvisations ranging anywhere from 10 seconds to 10 minutes long. This place is sure to tickle your funny bone!

Rotofugi Designer Toy Store & Gallery
2780 N. Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 868-3308

Let your inner kid out to play at Rotofugi’s. Since opening in 2004, this unique toy store has become one of the world’s premier destinations for purchasing designer toys from all over the world. Housed in a beautiful vintage building, you can roam the store to browse a large selection of vinyl figures, capsule toys, plush toys and so much more. Adjoining the store is the Rotofugi Gallery featuring monthly art exhibits by both local and national artists.

Steppenwolf Theater Company
1650 N. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60614
(3122) 335-1650

The legendary Steppenwolf Theater Company began in the mid-1970s as the brainchild of three high school and college friends (you might recognize some of these names!), Jeff Perry, Terry Kinney, and Gary Sinise. For the past 35 years, this non-profit organization has blossomed into a full-fledged acting troupe giving nearly 700 performances, readings, and other events every year on their Chicago stage. If you want to see some of the brightest stars to ever tread the boards, this is the place to go!

NIGHTLIFE
With DePaul University lying within the borders of Lincoln Park, the nightlife is always buzzing. With clubs catering to youthful crowds and some more mellow hole-in-the-wall dive bars to choose from, you will always be able to find a watering hole to quench your thirst.

B.L.U.E.S.
2519 N. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 528-1012

This blues bar boasts some of the best blues artists around and has a lush, intimate vibe that makes you feel right at home. The staff is known for their prompt and friendly service and the venue itself is steeped in the history of the blues and of Chicago icons. If you want a mellow night out, this is the place to go.

Drop
1909 N. Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
(312) 291-9584

This honeycomb hangout is the kind of place that automatically makes you feel like a local. Once you get past the underground doorway, you are ushered into a nightclub scene that is mellow before the witching hour and a blast afterwards. Open until 4am, this bar has a cool, subterranean vibe that should definitely be on your radar for your next night out.

Shoes Pub
1134 W. Armitage Avenue
Suite 1
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 871-4640

This dive bar near the DePaul campus is a fantastic place to let loose. With karaoke, pool tables, and a good old jukebox, it’s a great local bar to just relax in. It’s a breath of fresh air and is the kind of place you can see becoming “your bar.”