Posted 9 months ago in Loop List
Keep your bucket list simple with these quintessentially Chicago activities.
Berghoff Restaurant & Adams St. BreweryProudly serving German cuisine with an American twist for more than 120 years, The Berghoff Restaurant is a Chicago classic.
Broadway in ChicagoBroadway In Chicago lights up the Chicago Theatre District entertaining up to 1.7 million people annually in five theaters.
Chicago Food PlanetEat, drink, and discover Chicago's neighborhoods as you see the city's sights through the eyes of locals.
Exchequer Restaurant & BarThe family-owned-and-operated Exchequer Restaurant and Pub has been serving delicious food in the Chicago Loop since 1969.
Intelligentsia CoffeebarIntelligentsia has become a Chicago coffee institution, with an emphasis on coffee as a crafted art form.
Italian Village RestaurantsItalian Village is home to The Village, La Cantina Chophouse and Vivere, boasting 87 years of traditional Italian dishes.
First-Time Chicago Visitor Guide
There is so much to see and do, and that can be overwhelming. To help you make the most out of your stay, we’ve rounded up the perfect things to do for first-timers so that you can cherry-pick what excites you.Learn More
Millennium ParkMillennium Park is Chicago’s most visited cultural attraction. Here, you can find free cultural programming and public art.
Morton's The SteakehouseMoton's is Chicago's original steakhouse with a happy hour, lunch, dinner and Private Dining for 250.
Remington'sRemington’s is a classic American grill in Chicago that serves up warm hospitality, unparalleled service, and of course amazing meals.
Rookery Building TourTake a guided tour of The Rookery Light Court festively decked for the holidays, complete with a giant tree in the lobby.
The Art Institute of ChicagoThe Art Institute is the second largest art museum in the country with a collection of approximately 300,000 works of art.
The Chicago Theatre Marque TourGo on a history-filled journey, from the inception of this majestic venue in 1921, all the way to its present-day incarnation.