Sluggers World Class Sports Bar & Grill

3540 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60657
773-248-0055 View Website

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If you couldn’t get tickets to the game don’t worry because Cubs games don’t just happen at Wrigley Field; they happen all over Wrigleyville. If you’re the type that screams at the television and think you can bat better than the professionals then you might want to check out Sluggers. Along with a great beer selection, party atmosphere, and countless televisions, Sluggers houses batting cages upstairs. Yes, alcohol and batting cages don’t seem like a good idea until you step into the batter’s box at Sluggers and ask why more sports bars don’t do the same.

Wrigley Field

1060 W. Addison St.
Chicago, IL 60613
800-THE-CUBS View Website

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Coming to Chicago and not visiting Wrigley Field is like you never came to Chicago at all. If there’s no game, catch a tour and get a behind-the-scenes look at a park where Babe Ruth hit his famous called shot, where there is still a hand operated scoreboard, and where at one point the record was held for most NFL games in a single stadium.

DMK Burger Bar

2954 N. Sheffield Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
773-360-8686 View Website

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The choices of grass-fed beef burgers are endless at this delicious eatery. Make sure to come with friends so you can each have a different one and share. You can’t go wrong with the bison burger or the chorizo burger topped with guacamole and Sonoma jack cheese.

Bobtail Ice Cream

2951 N. Broadway
Chicago, IL 60657
773-880-7372 View Website

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You can use this opportunity to cool down and grab dessert and relax with a delicious cone of salted caramel pecan ice cream. However, you can also use this as an opportunity to get the party started with the Lakeview Barhopper—Dutch cocoa ice cream blended with Jack Daniels.

Headquarters Beercade

2833 N. Sheffield Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
773-665-5660 View Website

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Remember that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game you could never beat? Well now you can and with a beer in hand at Headquarters Beercade where the classic arcade games are free. While you’re waiting for your turn travel back in time while watching the original “American Gladiators” on their televisions.

Graceland Cemetery

4001 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60613
773-525-1105 View Website

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This is one cemetery where it’s as famous for the people who have designed the tombs as those who are buried there. The Getty Tomb and Ryerson monument are must-sees designed by famed architect Louis Sullivan, who is also buried in the cemetery. Other Chicago greats to visit include Marshall Fields, John Root, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.


3329 N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
773-281-7300 View Website

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Dinkel’s is dangerously delicious. This German bakery that has called Lakeview home since 1922 serves a series of sweets including kolackies, strudels, petit fours, and more along with savory treats and breads making it hard to just pick one. Make sure to try their famous stollen, a German fruit bread, still made from the recipe developed by Joseph Dinkel when he first opened the bakery.

St. Alphonsus Roman Catholic Church

1429 W. Wellington Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
773-525-0709 View Website

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Tired of walking to St. Michael’s in Old Town, the German’s in Lakeview asked the Redemptorist Fathers to build a church for them in Lakeview and in 1882 St. Alphonsus was established. One of the highlights of this beautiful Gothic-Revival church is the blue ceiling with the golden starburst-like ribwork.

Corridor Brewery and Provisions

3446 N. Southport Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
773-270-4272 View Website

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This new gastropub from the folks at DryHop Brewers, another delicious Lakeview pub, hits all the right notes in their hops, flavors, and music. Build a base with the addictive mussels, eclectic pizzas, and juicy handhelds. If you’re adventurous try The Reaper, their chili pepper saison, and for sunny days you can’t go wrong with the Emperor’s New Mind, their pineapple and lime basil wit.

Music Box Theatre

3733 N. Southport Ave.
Chicago, IL 60613
773-871-6604 View Website

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For all your independent and foreign film needs along with curated programs head to the Music Box Theatre. Want to see that exclusive Tarantino film, or catch silent films with a live musical score, or even a “Sound of Music” sing-a-long? You can find it all and more in this theater that has been around since 1929. End your excursion with a board game and local craft brews at their lounge next door.