The old Chicago of belching smokestacks and brawling politicians has given way to world-class museums, architecture, restaurants, hotels and theaters, but it still has the character that earned it the title as the most American of American cities.
225 N Wabash Ave
At Wacker Dr
French-style lodgings north of the Loop
222 North Columbus Drive
(AT&T Plaza, Millennium Park)
Millennium Park's Scene-Stealing Bean
739 N La Salle Dr
Mouthwatering Spanish Appetizers
220 South Michigan Avenue
Orchestra Hall, in Symphony Center
Home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Welcome to Lincoln Square! This entryway greets visitors at the intersection of West Lawrence Ave. and North Lincoln Ave. If you're driving, take it slow. There's much to be seen, and the road is narrow. If you're strolling, take your time and enjoy.
Chicago is home to tons of small theater, dance, and performance companies, many of whom are making incredible work. If you’re in town and up for something on the experimental side, check out a show at one of these venues.
Chicago’s northwest side has a neighborhood that’s quaint and residential and still replete with incredible restaurants and delightful shops. Lincoln Square is home to families, long-time Chicagoans, and a growing number of hip young people.