We can’t contain our excitement for beautiful tulip-lined streets and the chance to ditch those bulky winter jackets for some fresh spring fashion. To kick-off the season, we put together a list of our favorite spring activities.
If you’re traveling to the Chicago Loop for St. Patrick’s Day you’re in luck. Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration makes other cities green with envy as the city comes alive with the sights, sounds and tastes of Irish culture. Experience one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country, enjoy traditional Celtic dancing and music, sip a green beer at a local pub, or witness the transformation of the Chicago River to an emerald green – we promise everyone will feel the luck of the Irish this March!
Chicago may not officially be the city of love, but the windy-city has plenty of romantic spots that will blow your date away!
Writers and book lovers listen up! A museum dedicated to American literature is opening in the Chicago Loop on May 16. The American Writers Museum, located on the second floor of 190 North Michigan Avenue, is the first and only museum of its kind in the United States dedicated to the lives and works of America’s great authors.
Let’s taco’bout the Loop’s great taco spots! While tacos may not be the Loop’s signature cuisine (move over, deep dish pizza), downtown is home to some pretty impressive tacos.