Your shopping guide to Chicago's Edgewater neighborhood.
Got a full tune up on my 40 year old bike. They did a marvelous job making it ride 20 years younger.
Walking through here is like walking on the set and prop studio of Mad Men. So many cool antiques from clothes, trinkets and furniture to decorate one's place.
Knitters, yarn enthusiast & home weavers, this is a must stop. All their yarn are beautifully displayed and worth a look.
Well stocked Columbian grocery store. Come here for your South American food goods.
Great little antique and home decor shop. Check out the back room, they have a lot of beautiful china and kitchenware.
A fun diverse antique shop that has the best balance of really cool stuff and old pretty stuff.
Busy local deli with well stocked dried meats, cheese and dried imports.
Delicious French & Mexican bakery. Come for the french bread in the morning and end the evening w/ a Mexican tres leches cake in the evening.
An old school butcher with fantastic fresh cuts of meats for you to cook & put it into your stomach.
One of my favorite toys shop growing up. Great staff knowledgeable about toys for children of all ages. I remember spending hours in here as a kid.
Grew up on getting shoes here. Fairly priced and helpful sales folks.
Amazing vintage shop that makes you wish had all the money in the world to buy their amazing items. From cameras, glassware, furniture and everything in between, definitely a store you want to check out, buy & perhaps keep your wallet at home.
If dogs had money & could buy things, this would be their toy store & candy shop. So many awesome things for all dogs & their pets.
True to the heart of Andersonville, this Scandinavian grocer stocks all the specialties imported from Sweden. The owner is ridiculously friendly & knowledgeable of her stock.