Scrambling to make brunch plans? We’ve got your guide to the best French toasts, eggs Benedict and bottomless mimosas in the Chicago Loop.
We can’t imagine the Loop without the iconic Chicago Picasso. On any given day, the sculpture inspires art-lovers, visitors, workers and even children to experience public art in the heart of our city.
Every Thursday from July 13 to August 17, Riverwalk visitors are invited to enjoy the food, drink, and music of Chicago’s 28 sister cities through Unifest.
Location: The Goodman Theatre
For over three decades, Steve Scott has been working in the Chicago Loop, but in a role very different from the typical nine-to-five. Scott is dishing out one of the Loop’s largest commodities: theatre. An estimated two-million people visit the Loop’s Theatre District each year, making it one of the areas strongest economic drivers.
Location: Block Thirty Seven
Chicago Design Museum is collaborating with local artists and designers to bring a series of design-oriented pop-up shops to the Chicago Loop this year. The Chicago Design Market, located on the third floor of Block 37 Shops on State Street, will house five connected pop-up stores starting Wednesday, July 5 through the end of 2017.