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Plenty of good bars, restaurants, and shopping are available over in this area, known for being very LGBTQ+ friendly
Lots of shops and restaurants and a lively night scene. Parking can be a struggle on weekends, but there is street parking and pay to park lots on Clark. I suggest taking the 92 bus from Sheridan & Foster to Clark & Foster or Uber/Lyft.
Great food, artsy stores, antiques and thrift shops, Women and Chilren First Bookstore, Swedish Museum, fun area for walking. Close to Rogers Park.
Andersonville is one of Chicago's most charming neighborhoods, with tons of shopping (and exceptional vintage shops), low-key bars and some of the best Chicago restaurants.
Also known as Swedish-town. You cant miss our restored Swedish water tower that’s visible all down Foster Ave! Although it’s a quiet family neighborhood, downtown Andersonville is filled with everything from restaurants, shopping, coffee, sweets, and the Swedish Museum.
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