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Will be staying in Lakeview/Wrigleyville area for a week in mid April.  What are some of the must do items for that area--dining, attractions, music, bars, etc.


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answered by
D from Orland Park

Navy Pier offers a lot of fun things to do including the new ferris wheel ride. If you want to shop, stroll down N Michigan AveMillennium Park and The Bean are also fun spots to visit. In WrigleyvilleCubby Bear Lounge is a fun place, especially on game day.


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  1. N Michigan Ave (attraction)
  2. Millennium Park (attraction)
  3. The Bean (attraction)
  4. Wrigleyville (neighborhood)
  5. Cubby Bear (restaurant)
  6. Navy Pier (attraction)
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answered by
Melissa from Chicago

Go see Wrigley Field. Have the best pancakes ever at Frances' Deli. There is a good, but reasonable Italian place called Sapori Trattoria to have lunch or dinner. I second Lincoln Park Zoo and the Nature Boardwalk Peoples Gas Education Pavilion. Or you can walk along the Lakefront Trail for beautiful views of the skyline. For music, check out Lincoln Hall, Metro or Kingston Mines.


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  1. Wrigley Field (attraction)
  2. Frances' Deli (restaurant)
  3. Sapori Trattoria (restaurant)
  4. Lincoln Park Zoo (attraction)
  5. Nature Boardwalk Peoples Gas Education Pavilion (attraction)
  6. Lakefront Trail (attraction)
  7. Lincoln Hall (attraction)
  8. Metro (attraction)
  9. Kingston Mines (attraction)
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answered by
Hazel from Port St. Lucie

You just walk up and down Clark St. Goes to Lincoln Park ZooOld TownSecond City. If tired take cab back. There is a Museum across from Elles where l like to eat breakfast. Many Statues in the area. Take a cab to The The Signature Room at the 95th at the John Hancock Center building for lunch. Worth the view.


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  5. John Hancock Center (attraction)
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answered first by
John from Chicago

If the weather is nice that area is great for walking. Really you can just walk up and down the streets and find interesting restaurants and shops. With a week you can explore the whole area so make sure you go along the lakefront, check out the free Lincoln Park Zoo, or you can walk to Blue Man Group and other things close by. Southport corridor is nice too but a lot depends on the weather if you're walking.


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