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Carmichael's Chicago Steak House
Specializing in certified Angus beef and reminiscent of old-time Chicago, this traditional steakhouse is a fabulous destination where customers feel like old-time regulars. Centrally located in the West Loop, complimentary valet parking and shuttle service to and from the United Center.
Jerry Kleiner's over the top restaurant in this 35,000 sq. ft. space is an explosion of taste, color and sound. "Latino flavors with the spice of life." Authentic soulful cuisine offers simple dishes from all over Latin America. A kaleidoscope of colors, salsa music and playful decor ignite the sense of being in a Latin house party.
Carol Stream Park District
DuPage County, Chicago’s Western Suburbs - Stay active! This award-winning parks & recreation agency offers over 400 acres of parks, 5 miles of paved trails, 3 recreation centers, free special events & hundreds of recreation, dance, gymnastics, summer camp, sports & fitness & active adult programs.
Taking inspiration from the rustic roots of the lowcountry cuisine and blending it with modern sensibilities. The Carriage House brings "Down South" up North.
Carson Pirie Scott & Company
Carson Pirie Scott & Company’s former flagship store, designed by Louis H. Sullivan (1856-1924) was also built in stages, beginning in 1899, 1903, augmented by an addition by D. H. Burnham & Co. in 1906, and ending with a 1961 addition by Holabird and Root. Although Carson’s wide windows and narrow piers are expressive of the internal steel frame, the building is more famous for its exquisite ornament by Sullivan. The embellished storefronts, newly restored decorative cornice, and ornate columns capitals on the interior all bear Sullivan’s personal style of ornament. It was both named a Chicago Landmark and listed in the National Register in 1970. It was named a National Historic Landmark in 1975. Copy and descriptions courtesy of AIA Illinois and the 150 Great Places in Illinois www.illinoisgreatplaces.com
Carson's Ribs, Steaks And Chop
Carson's Ribs, Steaks and Chops has been a Chicagoland favorite for 24 years specializing in BBQ ribs, char-crusted steaks, pork chops and chicken. Carson's provides exceptional quality, clean and comfortable surroundings and a friendly staff.
The world-renowned French watchmaker and jewellery designer’s collections are magnificently displayed in their windows on Michigan Avenue.
Cary's Footwear Fine Men's Shoes
Men's footwear and fine shoes here!
Cassona Home Furnishings
Cassona Home Furnishings provides the best furniture and accessories imported from around the world. They can also offer customization on most of their pieces.
Enjoy a waterfront meal on the rooftop of this summer hot spot located right on Lake Michigan at the North Avenue Beach Boathouse (opening in mid-May). This casual Phil Stefani Signature Restaurant features sandwiches, salads and refreshing beverages. Scenes from The Break-Up were filmed on the nearby bike path.
Cat's Cradle Bed and Breakfast
Chicago's newest and most lavish bed and breakfast, this large 1919 Bed & Breakfast has five guest rooms, all with their own private bathrooms. Conveniently located near public transportation will take you to most any location on Michigan Ave. (Downtown Chicago) or walk two blocks and hop the Red Line "L" which will take you to any number of destinations throughout Chicago (and Evanston) as well as both airports. Whole house is available to rent for small events.
Cavatina Duo and Avalon String Quartet at Ravinia
Since winning a competition in the Netherlands in 1996, the Cavatina Duo has captivated hundreds of audiences with electrifying performances in over 20 countries across North America, Europe and Asia. The duo's repertoire includes music from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and contemporary periods. A high point of their concerts is pieces inspired by the folk music of their native lands.
Celeste is a modern, sophisticated, multi-level establishment. The design of the building is reminiscent of turn-of-the-century Chicago and the food is just as innovative. Enjoy classic American drinks, a versatile wine list, and seasonal multi-layered cuisine. Drink and dine at the bar, in the deco room, or in the garden.
Celtic Knot Public House
An authentic public house with excellent food, well-poured pints, and a worldwide wine list. Regular live music includes Bluegrass Mondays, Celtic sessions Tuesdays, afternoon tea Wednesdays and Saturdays; storytelling monthly.
Celtic Knot Public House
An authentic public house with excellent food, well-poured pints and a worldwide wine list. Regular live music includes Bluegrass Mondays, Celtic sessions Tuesdays, afternoon tea Wednesdays and Saturdays; storytelling monthly.
Centennial Fountain and Arc
A 90-foot jet stream creates an arc across the Chicago River for ten minutes on the hour.
Center on Halsted
Center on Halsted is the Midwest's most comprehensive community center dedicated to building and strengthening the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community. Center on Halsted's Community and Cultural team creates and hosts a wide array of fun, interactive and engaging programs enjoyed by members of the entire community. Events range from volleyball games in our gymnasium to dance recitals in our theatre. We host regular receptions showcasing local LGBTQ artists and special events for LGBTQ families and friends.
Central Loop Hotel
Located in the venter of Chicago's business and theatre district. Close walk to Grank Park, Millenium Park, the Art Institute, Symphony Center and Civic Opera House.
Cere's Table serves contemporary American food with Italian, particularly Sicilian, influences. We use local, seasonal & sustainable products when possible.
Cernan Earth and Space Center
The Cernan Earth and Space Center of Triton College features a variety of earth and sky shows, children's shows, laser light shows, earth and space exhibits, a membership program and the Star Store gift shop. Visit our website for more information on events and hours.
Making outstanding spirits and bottling them in a great-looking package wasn’t enough for CH Distillery. They figured you’d want to tour their distillery and learn a little about the science of making alcohol. But who wants just a tiny pour of a warm sample after the tour? So, they built a cocktail bar in their distillery. Where you can enjoy their spirits the right way – on the rocks, shaken and icy cold, or in a delicious, original CH cocktail. And because people get hungry when they drink, they hired acclaimed chefs to make great food and bar snacks that pair perfectly with their spirits. Have a bite before dinner, or make a meal from their menu. Either way, stay a while and enjoy Chicago’s only distillery cocktail bar!
Chameleon is a unique, fun and fashionable clothing boutique in the heart of the Avenue shopping district of Oak Park. Both men and women will find selections of hip, artsy apparel and accessories at this independently owned store.
Champps Americana - Skokie
Champps offers a wide variety of beers, liquors and drinks. Come in and watch your favorite team play on one of the many plasma screens.
Champps Americana- Lombard
Champps is a sports bar and grille, but a bit more elegant than the traditional sports bar. Come in and enjoy excellent food prepared just the way you like it or watch your favorite sports game on one of our plasma TVs.
Champps Americana Restaurant - Skokie
Champps is a sports bar and grille, but a bit more elegant than the traditional sports bar. Come in and enjoy excellent food prepared just the way you like it or watch your favorite sports game on one of our plasma TVs.
Champps Bar and Grill
At Champps we’ve focused on redefining American Cuisine, so you get the best of both worlds. As soon as you walk into the door you feel the atmosphere oozing from our Champpions, ready and eager to serve a heaping portion of Burgers, Beer and Sports.
Chandlers Chophouse and Grille
Located on the picturesque grounds of the Schaumburg Golf Club, Chandler's is a first-class restaurant and private event facility surrounded by acres of beautiful landscapes with plenty of free parking. Chandler's has a party and banquet room to fit any size and style of occasion. The Grand Ballroom features a thirty-foot vaulted ceiling with two-story picture windows. Wedding ceremonies and cocktail receptions can be held in Chandler's beautiful outdoor areas. Private Bride and Groom's rooms are available.
Shop for Coco Chanel’s signature clothing accessories and jewelry at this chic boutique located in the historic Drake hotel.
Channing's Day Spa
Chicago's hot spot for over 22 years. It is a favorite of celebrities and locals. Our licensed result-oriented staff are experts!
Charcoal Oven offers a wide variety of fresh fish, steaks, and Greek specialites daily.
Charles Gates Dawes House Museum
The Dawes House, a magnificent Chateauesque Mansion overlooking Lake Michigan, was the home of the former United States vice president under Calvin Coolidge and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Charles Gates Dawes.
Charlie Trotter's is regarded as one of the finest restaurants in the world. For 20 years, the restaurant has dedicated itself to excellence in the culinary arts. Never willing to rest on its laurels, Charlie Trotter's Restaurant is innovative and progressive in the world of food and wine and has been instrumental in establishing new standards for fine dining. The restaurant is recognized by a variety of prestigious national and international institutions. In 1995 Charlie Trotter's was inducted into the esteemed Relais & Chateaux and in 1998 was accepted as a member by Traditions & Qualité. It has also received Five Stars from the Mobil Travel Guide, Five Diamonds by AAA and ten James Beard Foundation awards, including 'Outstanding Restaurant' (2000) and 'Outstanding Chef' (1999). Wine Spectator named the restaurant 'The Best Restaurant in the World for Wine & Food' (1998) and 'America's Best Restaurant' (2000).
Charlie's Ale House
Brings old fashioned fun to this neighborhood saloon. Featuring "down home cooking" and a selection of 68 different beers, boasts seating for 85 plus 100 more in its seasonal outdoor cafe.
Charnley-Persky House Museum
Designed by Louis Sullivan with assistance from his junior draftsman, Frank Lloyd Wright, the Charnley-Persky House is recognized as a pivotal work of modern American architecture. Docent-led tours of the exterior and interior of the Charnley-Persky House (1891-1892) are offered on Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout the year. The National Historic Landmark building serves as the headquarters of the Society of Architectural Historians. Photos by David Schalliol.
For more than 30 years The Cheesecake Factory has served more than just delicious food and cheesecakes, helping guests share lasting memories with family & friends. The Cheesecake Factory created the upscale casual dining segment in 1978 with the opening of the first restaurant in Beverly Hills, CA. And even with close to 150 restaurant locations, The Cheesecake Factory is just as unique today as back then! The Cheesecake Factory is famous for generous portions which are ideal for sharing or taking home for a second meal - but be sure to save room for dessert! Enjoy one of 50 legendary cheesecakes and desserts like Godiva® Chocolate Cheesecake, White Chocolate Raspberry Truffle®, and the new 30th Anniversary Chocolate Cake Cheesecake. They're perfectly complemented by our extensive list of specialty coffee drinks and tea.
Chef Ping recreates the unique moderrn Chinese and Asian flavors with the balances use of fresh herbs and spices. Simply delicious, healthy, and refreshing! Remember at Chef Ping, the goal is to eat, relax, and enjoy happily together!
Chef Vince's ZEAL
Zeal is a new restaurant in the Woodfield-Schaumburg area that serves a variety of dishes ranging from burgers and pasta to steak, prime rib, and fresh fish. All dinner entrees are served with fresh homemade soup and salad. The bar/lounge area serves fantastic drinks including specialty martinis.
Chef's Station's menu features a changing array of soups, salads and ethnic sandwiches for lunch and a mix of specialty created inner entrees that reflect its eclectic nature. Also open for dinner. Seasonal outside patio. Reservations recommended.
One of Oak Park's finest showplaces, the 12,000 sq. foot, 1913 mansion is located in the Historic District. Reminiscent of a gracious English country home and surrounded by 2 acres of beautiful gardens, a greenhouse and coach house. It is available for private and corporate event rentals.
Chessie's was built around Barrington's former train station and features a unique dining experience in a vintage Illinois Central railroad dining car. The Menu ranges from appetizers to salads, sandwiches, pasta, fresh fish, and USDA choice steaks from the Stockyards Packing Company. Daily specials including $5 Burger Day, Friday Fish Fry, Saturday Prime Rib Specials and Sunday Brunch. Our banquet facility is available for your next event for groups of 25-80.
Chevy's Fresh Mex
Chevys offers lunch and dinner menus daily along with an extensive list of margaritas, tequilas and wines. Chevys offers a wide variety of Mexican dishes with an emphasis on both traditional and innovative dishes.
Chez Moi is a unique French bistro in the heart of Lincoln Park. Chef Owner: Dominique Tougne
Chi Bar is located within the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers in the heart of downtown Chicago. Chi Bar's décor boasts contemporary shades of cobalt blue and amber, plush leather chairs and sofas, and floor-to-ceiling jeweled toned windows offering sweeping views of the Chicago River and Lake Michigan.
Chicago Architecture Biennial
The inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial, titled The State of the Art of Architecture, will take stock of the extraordinary ways in which architects, artists, designers, planners, activists, and policy makers from around the world are tackling the most pressing issues of today. By shining a light on realized architectural projects, projects in formation, spatial experiments made visible, and public gatherings, the Biennial seeks to generate thinking about architecture and its implications for our times. It explores how creativity and imagination can radically transform lived experience as we negotiate urban, suburban, and rural contexts, as well as other places that have not yet been anticipated. Through a constellation of exhibitions, full-scale installations, and programs of events, the Biennial invites the public to engage with and think about architecture in new and unexpected ways, and to take part in a global discussion about the future of the built environment. Photo credit: Steve Hall
Chicago Architecture Foundation
Experience Chicago's world renowned architecture with one of 80+ different tours offered by The Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF). Explore by boat, foot, bus, bicycle or Segway, and choose from tours such as the Devil in the White City tour, Lights, Camera, Architecture! Tour, the Daniel Burnham Tour and many others. Interested in the boat tour? Only the Chicago Architecture Foundation and Chicago's First Lady Cruises can showcase Chicago's world renowned city architecture with style, class and comfort. Learn more at www.cruisechicago.com. Also offered: FREE exhibitions, programs and workshops, youth education, family programs and an architecture and design-themed retail store. Private tours and group tour rates available. Open daily 9:30-5:00.
Chicago Architecture Foundation/ ArchiCenter
Chicago: You Are Here, a permanent exhibition, is free and open to the public daily in the ArcelorMittal CitySpace Gallery from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm. Designed to encourage visitors to explore the architecture and infrastructure that make up the environment of Chicago, You Are Here includes a scale model of the Loop, along with bold images, artifacts, and multimedia presentations. Temporary, architecture-themed exhibitions throughout the year. Free and open daily. Check website for details. Full schedule of lectures, workshops, special events and presentations at noon, evenings, and weekends throughout the year. Free or low cost. Check website for listings.
Chicago at Sunset Tour - Wendella Sightseeing Boats
The setting sun gives way to the city's nightly light show as each building begins to shine. For two hours you'll be treated to what's been called the world's most beautiful skyline.
Chicago Athenaeum International Sculpture Park
Sculpture from around the world is on display from sunrise to sunset at this park located in Schaumburg's Robert O. Atcher Municipal Center.
Chicago Athenaeum International Sculpture Park
This wonderful cultural resource includes the art of international and American sculptors chosen to fit the natural environment of this beautiful site.
Chicago Auto Show
The Chicago Auto Show is the largest auto show in North America and has been held more times than any other auto exposition on the continent. All Chicago Auto Show exhibits are held in the McCormick Place complex. Exhibitions include: multiple world and North American introductions; a complete range of domestic and imported passenger cars and trucks; sport utility vehicles; and experimental or concept cars. In total, nearly 1,000 different vehicles will be on display. Additionally, attendees will also have the opportunity to see numerous accessories and auto-related exhibits, competition vehicles and project, antique and collector cars.
The Chicago Bears are made up of a talented group of young and veteran players this season. Come to Soldier Field and join the Bears' enormous fan base of die-hard supporters who enthusiastically cheer their team to victory. Go Bears!
Don't miss a minute of the Chicago Blackhawks hockey season, as the team pursues its dream of another Stanley Cup win.
Chicago Board of Trade
The LaSalle Street Financial Corridor is one of the most visually stunning districts in the city. A long canyon of buildings, unlike any other area of Chicago, terminates at the Chicago Board of Trade Building, the 1930 Art Deco masterpiece by Holabird & Root. A sparkling, stainless-steel sculpture of Ceres, the goddess of grain, by John Storrs (1885-1956) caps the composition, visually focusing this whirling financial district on the commodity that enabled so much of Chicago’s growth. The Board of Trade was named a Chicago Landmark in 1977 and listed to the National Register in 1978. Copy and descriptions courtesy of AIA Illinois and the 150 Great Places in Illinois www.illinoisgreatplaces.com
Chicago Botanic Garden
The Chicago Botanic Garden opened a little more than 40 years ago as a beautiful place to visit, and it has matured into one of the world's great living museums and conservation science centers. Each year, nearly one million people visit the Garden's 26 gardens and four natural areas, uniquely situated on 385 acres of land on and around nine islands. Six miles of shoreline extend along 81 acres of water, including the Great Basin, North Lake, and Skokie River Corridor. The Garden also has a renowned Bonsai Collection.
Chicago Botanic Garden Farmer's Market
First and third Sundays of the month from May until October (9 a.m. to 3 p.m.) Gather seasonal produce, flowers, herbs, and other local, sustainable products at this bimonthly Garden event that is held rain or shine. Talk with vendors and sample fresh fare. Visitors may purchase a special market bag from the Garden Shop to carry their purchases home. Free admission; $25 per car (includes tax) .
Chicago Botanic Garden Loop
The Chicago Botanic Garden Loop offers a moderate level of difficulty to those wanting to experience quiet beauty in far north Cook County. The 385-acre garden is home to 2.4 million plants and is one of the most visited gardens in the country. Hiking will take you 4.5 hours and with almost 7 miles of trails, mostly paved you will get to experience both the lagoons and the Botanic Garden.
Chicago Botanic Garden- Weekend Family Classes
Together, adults and children can explore cool things about how plants connect to science, art, history, and culture. Each program includes a variety of hands-on activities and projects, as well as opportunities to bring the Garden home. Programs run from November through April on Saturdays.
Chicago Botanic Gardens Farmers' Market
The Garden welcomes local, sustainable farmers and producers to this public farmers' market on the first and third Sundays of the month from June through October. Admission to the market is free to Garden visitors and will be held rain or shine. Visitors may purchase a special market bag from the Garden Shop to carry their purchases home.
For over 40 years Chicago Brauhaus has been serving up good cheer in Chicago's Lincoln Square Neighborhood. The Chicago Brauhaus offers a friendly Bavarian atmosphere where friends and family of all ages can enjoy a good meal, a stein of cold beer and dance along to the sounds of the world famous Brauhaus Trio. It is always Oktoberfest at the Chicago Brauhaus.
The Chicago Bulls aren’t Michael Jordan’s team anymore, but he helped put this NBA town on the map. Watch as the Bulls dismantle their opponents at the house that Jordan built; the United Center, and see if this new round of Bulls players can elevate their game to championship levels, again.
Chicago Center For The Performing Arts
This theater venue includes three performing arts schools, a casting center, a 350-seat theater, a lobby bar and banquet space. Plays, musicals and original productions are performed here.
Chicago Children's Museum at Navy Pier
Hands-on exhibits and daily-changing activities make every visit unique for young children and adults, too. Dig deep into the Dinosaur Expedition, try to stay dry in WaterWays, make a masterpiece in the KraftArtabounds Studio, and climb up to the crow's nest on the Kovler Family Climbing Schooner. Toddlers can have fun in Kids Town and Treehouse Trails.
Chicago Chinatown - Chamber of Commerce
Wonderful place to shop for Oriental gifts. You'll find something that will please any age. Don't forget to stop by bakery stores for some delicious Chinese baked goods.
Chicago Chocolate Tours
Take a fun, educational guided walking and tasting tour of select chocolate shops along the Magnificent Mile or in the Loop. Learn about the history of chocolate and sample chocolate delights on this tasty tour
Chicago Chop House
Famous Chicago steak house featuring prime aged beef and award winning wine list. Piano bar nightly.
Chicago City Centre Hotel & Sports Club
495 completely remodeled guestrooms & suites. Indoor/outdoor pools, complimentary access to on-site Lakeshore Athletic Club. Located two blocks east of North Michigan Ave; four blocks from Navy Pier.
Chicago Crime Tours
Escape into Chicago's underworld on a crime and mob tour with Chicago Crime Tours. Some of the world’s most famous criminals, mobsters and gangsters bamboozled their way through Chicago. Sit comfortably on a climate controlled bus and enjoy sightseeing famous Chicago crime scenes from the 19th century through modern times. Investigate Al Capone, The Untouchables, The Chicago Mob, John Dillinger, H.H. Holmes, George Streeter, The Chicago Black Sox, Leopold & Loeb, and more. See the site of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, one of Chicago's most notorious murder scenes. Stakeout crime scenes like the Biograph Theatre, Holy Name Cathedral and other Chicago landmarks. Check out the historic criminal courthouse, a Chicago architectural landmark where some of Chicago's most notorious cases were tried. Escape into the criminal past of Chicago's River North, Gold Coast, Lincoln Park, Old Town, Loop and Magnificent Mile neighborhoods. Get off the bus and explore where Chicago gangsters John Dillinger and Hymie Weiss stood just before their deaths.
Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field
One of the most storied teams in all of sports, if not MLB, the Chicago Cubs located on the North side of Chicago call the friendly confines of Wrigley Field home since 1916. Come for a game, for the crowd, for the history of being in an historic ballpark. Sit out in the bleachers and watch the Cubs as they try to break the longest championship drought in professional sports.
Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field Tours
Get an insider’s look at this historic American landmark that has enchanted baseball fans for almost a century. Each 90-minute guided tour shows guests the clubhouses, bleachers, press box, dugout, field, and more.
Chicago Cultural Center
Chicago's architectural showplace for the lively and visual arts. Daily programs and exhibitions covering a wide range of the performing, visual and literary arts are presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affiars. See the world's largest Tiffany stained-glass dome. It was initially built for dual purposes. It was the city's central library and a monument dedicated to the Civil War's Grand Army of the Republic. Since 1977 the building has housed cultural entities that included galleries, an auditorium, and the city's office of cultural affairs. The building architects are Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge.
Chicago Curry House
Best Indian and Nepalese cuisine offers dining, delivery, catering, private parties. Delicious food and cocktails. Extensive wine menu.
Chicago Cut Steakhouse
Chicago Cut Steakhouse has what it takes to make the cut to become a legendary Chicago Steakhouse. From the VIP welcome to the dazzling city views, the prime, dry-aged beef and much-vaunted iPad wine list, the dining room shows off the city at its finest. Out-of-towners will love it, but expect to see a mix of locals. No wonder reservations are virtually mandatory any night of the week; breakfast and lunch are popular, too.
Experience history and culture through educated commentary and multimedia on iPads while exploring stories and places even locals don't know about. Highly trained guides share forgotten stories from the past on regularly scheduled tours.
Embark on a culinary adventure to Chicago's finest restaurants. Guests are chauffeured around the city to enjoy hors d'oeuvres served at the first restaurant, the main course at a second restaurant and dessert at a third restaurant.
One of the first vegetarian restaurants in the city offers dishes that include a macrobiotic plate and vegan desserts.
Chicago Distilling Co.
To make their craft spirits, they start with organic grains sourced right here in Illinois. Using family recipes and techniques, they distill in small batches to ensure the best flavors and highest quality possible, every time. Tours are available at their full-service craft distillery in Logan Square to see their unique process in action. Or if you’d prefer, pick up a bottle and taste the difference for yourself.
Since 1979, the playwright's theatre has devoted all of its resources and programming to developing new plays and nurturing playwrights. Celebrating our 30th year, please join us in creating the theatre of the future.
Chicago Flower & Garden Show
The Chicago Flower & Garden Show brings springtime to winter with its 20 lush gardens, beautiful and fragrant flowers, trees and other plants allowing “newbie” gardeners and experts alike to experience the latest the industry has to offer. Top garden builders create fresh designs, while nationally-known presenters teach visitors how to get that professional garden look. It's all happening at the Chicago Flower & Garden Show, presented by Mariano's, Mar. 12-20, 2016 at Chicago’s Navy Pier. Be among the first to see new plant varieties for 2016 and experience the newly-redesigned Navy Pier. Enjoy art, free kids activities, wine tastings, cooking demos from noted chefs, and a shopper's paradise of garden gadgets, jewelry, and more. Special rates available for groups. www.chicagoflower.com.
Chicago Food Planet Tours
Take the 3-hour food tasting and cultural walking Chicago tours, which combine delicious food and drink tastings with some serious fun in Chicago’s most delicious, off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods. Suitable for all age groups and fitness levels, you’ll experience delectable foods from one-of-a-kind specialty food stores and ethnic eateries while receiving an insiders view into the culture, history and architecture that defines the Windy City. Walk away with new culinary perspectives, big smiles, satisfied taste buds and the confidence to continue exploring the areas where locals live.
Chicago Food Tours - Tours By Foot
Like their neighborhood history tours, the Chicago food tours have no upfront costs. All food is chosen and ordered by you. Their guides make recommendations and facilitate ordering, but you have the final say. You choose your own food and pay for it directly. They have planned in 4-5 food shops, including a dessert shop, and sometimes even a tea shop. Each establishment serves up incredibly delicious and inexpensive food served in portions that can be easily divided and shared or singularly devoured. In between the food stops, you’ll have time to digest your food as well as digest the history of the neighborhood, as told to you by one of their entertaining and knowledgeable guides.
Chicago French Market
Come visit Chicago's first and only year-round, indoor marketplace providing you with permanent, convenient and personal access to local artisans and purveyors.Featuring nearly 30 individual specialty vendors, Chicago French Market offers fresh ingredients for cooking at home, delicious grab-and-go options for breakfast, lunch and dinner, light snacks, picnics, easy party planning for home and office settings, plus meaningful gift ideas, all in one convenient location.
Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus
Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus (CGMC) creates musical experiences that entertain and enlighten, inspire change, and build community. CGMC has been an integral part of Chicago’s cultural and gay communities since 1983. For the last three decades, CGMC has entertained audiences across the continent with innovative musical programming and features an active membership of over 200 singers. Among CGMC’s performances are traditional choral concerts, musical revues, original commissions, and full-length book musicals.
Chicago Greeter Service
Explore Chicago with a friendly, knowledgeable Chicago Greeter as your guide! Visitors can register for a free 2-4 hour guided walking tour of a neighborhood or special local interest of their choice. This free service matches an individual, family or small group of friends with one of over 200 enthusiastic volunteer Greeters who love sharing their expertise and passion about the city and all there is to see and do here. For more information, visit http://www.explorechicago.org/city/en/things_see_do/tours/tourism/chicago_greeter_tours.html.
The Chicago Haunting tours follow a course of history that starts with the very beginnings of Chicago, traveling from its humble origins as a frontier outpost, through the 19th century -- including the Great Chicago Fire and its aftermath--, into the 20th century and the gangster era of the 1920s and 1930s, and forward to today. Chicago Hauntings cover a lot of information and many, many stories. There is no exact formula,and they don't set out to scare. Rather, they let the stories and their own experiences speak for themselves. They never fail.
Chicago Helicopter Experience
Offering helicopter tours of the Chicago skyline and private helicopter charters. Arrive at our own private downtown heliport just minutes from the heart of the city. Once you are checked in at the heliport you will explore and learn about Chicago’s rich history in our 6,000sqft Customer Experience Center. Your flight will depart at your scheduled time and take you on an epic journey with unparalleled views of the city.
Chicago Historic Water Tower
One of the few buildings to survive the Great Chicago Fire, the Historic Water Tower is an icon on North Michigan Avenue and houses the City Gallery, which showcases Chicago photography.
Chicago Historic Water Tower
One of the few buildings to survive the Great Chicago Fire, the Historic Water Tower is an icon on North Michigan Avenue and houses the City Gallery, which showcases Chicago photography. The tower was built in 1869 by architect William W. Boyington.
Chicago History Museum
The Chicago History Museum is a major museum and research center for Chicago and American history. From permanent galleries to special exhibitions and exciting programs, people of all ages are able to experience the past and better understand the present. Please call for museum hours, pricing and exhibitions.
Chicago Hotels Partcipating in 877Chicago Promotion
The 15 Chicago hotels have lowered their rates and combined efforts with Chicago attractions for this promotion. These hotels vary in the number rooms, amenities and prices; log onto 877chicago.com or call 1-877-CHICAGO for more information.
Chicago Lakefront Trail
Take in the lake as you soak in one of Chicago’s most beautiful treasures. The Lakefront Trail is a runner’s paradise, spanning an impressive 17-miles of natural beauty and man-made inspirations. It runs north from Navy Pier to Foster Avenue and south to 31st beach. The trail’s smooth terrain makes it easy to traverse, while its hidden secrets make it fun to explore. And when you’re done with your run, bike, hike or whatever, you can cool down with spectacular lake views or breathtaking cityscapes.
Chicago Marriott Downtown
Soaring 46 stories into the Chicago skyline above the famed Magnificent Mile, the Chicago Marriott Downtown rises to every occasion, providing incomparable service and an optimum location for business, leisure, and meeting needs.
Chicago Marriott Northwest
An upscale full-service hotel and conference center featuring The River City Girlle & Lounge, 1500 square ft. of meeting and banquet space, fitness center, indoor lap pool, 24-hour business center, concierge rooms and lounge. Open Fall 2002.
Chicago Marriott Oak Brook Hotel
Experience the results of our $8.5 million renovation, featuring 350 guest rooms with state-of-the-art amenities and technology, nearly 20,000 square feet of meeting space, indoor pool, and fitness center. Conveniently located across from Oakbrook Center.
Chicago Marriott Schaumburg
Upscale 398 room, full-service hotel. Indoor/outdoor pool. Near Woodfield Mall. Newly renovated ballroom and guest rooms.
Chicago Marriott Schaumburg
Sophisticated and modern, our business class hotel with a boutique feel has gracious hosts waiting for you to experience our passion for hospitality. Step into the Chicago Marriott Schaumburg and discover the multitude of ways to combine work time and play time. Located in the heart of Schaumburg, near Arlington Heights, Itasca, Hoffman Estates, Addison, Rolling Meadows, Palatine and Elk Grove, minutes from O’Hare International Airport, this Schaumburg, Illinois hotel has it all. From Marriott Mobile Checkin to Marriott Mobile Meetings, explore the innovative technology created with the ease of the traveler in the mind. State of the art Fitness Center, Indoor and Outdoor pool, 32-inch LCD TV’s and Revive Marriott bedding package redesign the art of hosting. Located near several award winning restaurants, Blue Fire Grill will dazzle your culinary senses right from the start. Bevande Lounge is the perfect spot to put an exclamation point on your day. A full hot breakfast buffet is available each morning or let the Bean Counter, our Starbucks café, catch you on the fly with the first cup of fresh coffee and a wide variety of grab and go options. This suburban Chicago hotel is accented by the LegoLand Discovery Center , Woodfield Mall and The Streets of Woodfield shopping complex are located less than 2 miles from the hotel. Choose from nearby attractions which include Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, premier horse racing at Arlington Park Race Track, watching your favorite hockey teams at the Edge Ice Arena, or take a stroll in Busse Woods Natural Preserve. The Chicago Marriott Schaumburg is hospitality redefined.
Chicago Marriott Suites O'Hare
256 suites, each with separate living room, king sized bedroom, large workdesk, and wet bar/ refrigerator.