Need some new haunts in your new neighborhood? Lakeview Edition up first.
Musical Theatre Nights on Sunday and Monday. Need I say more? Yes, in fact, I will. The crowd flash dances choreography to classic showtunes. Un. Real.
If you're looking for 700 varieties of cocktails, disco balls, good food and drag queens all in the same place (ya know, just a typical Tuesday), there's only one place for you: Kit Kat Lounge.
I have a list of 7 or so "best bites in Chicago (or beyond)" & Southport's bread pudding pancakes are tip top of the totem pole.
The word "hearty" is in the name of this restaurant for a reason. Dishes like rabbit corn dog, deviled eggs and "tuna noodle casserole" warmed me right to the soul.
Unfortunately Socca is located in the heart of Wrigley. Ignore the sea of blue and make a beeline for the sopressata pizza. To die for.
Although named after Oscar, no literature necessary. Just some solid Irish pub fare, great burgers and an enviable beer list. Wilde the Great would be impressed.
Any cupcake shop that sells "Funfetti" cupcakes in chocolate AND vanilla receives top 'cake billing in my book.
The fact that restaurant owner Franco named his new spot Wood just so that he could refer to brunches as "Morning Wood" was reason enough to bring me in on a recent Sunday morning.
Looseleaf Lounge is the super duper grande iced mocha Chai latte of tea shops. Their flavored iced teas on a hot summer day will knock your sweaty socks off.
Pastoral, Chicago's only artisan cheese, bread and wine shop, is one of the best culinary additions to the city. Be cheesy and try anything before buying. The cheese guys are cool like that. And whatever u do, do not pass up their olive bar.
Whether you're a bloke or a bird, there's a cocktail (or a bombass Scotch egg) for u at this high class Wrigleyville mixology/food driven restaurant/bar.