Can't go wrong on Michigan Ave. There are high end stores and reasonably priced stores. Something for everyone. Best place to be during the summer!
We walked from Upper E Wacker drive all the way up to N Lake Shore Drive. Great shopping, clean streets and less hectic than 5th Ave NYC. Be sure to cover the Hancock Tower and crossover to the Lakefront Trail.
all the expensive designer boutiques are located there, along with big department stores, and some restaurants. However, this is not the only place for quality shopping in Chicago. There are more places and small boutiques with very good choice of designer clothes.
Love all the specials shops and Macy's too. The stores are all inside and WARM at Water Tower Place, for shopping. Many special items for Christmas can be found in this shopping area. I loved the Cheesecake Factory for a late dinner with friends. Nice to see Angel Saez Amadore and his brother Angel , too. Happy Holidays to all... More
You can rank them -- chocolate, people-watching, architecture, shopping -- in your personal order of importance, but they are all available on North Michigan Avenue. When it comes to my top choice, chocolate, don't miss Vosges (520 N. Michigan), Hershey's (822 N. Michigan) and Ghiradelli (830 N. Michigan). And if you drop into Neiman Marcus (737 N. Michigan -- on... More
We walked the entire length of MI avenue,well, at least the good part. It's a great walk and you'll see lots of interesting people. Best of all, you can walk to the lake then take the lake-front trail back down.
January may not have been the best time to visit Michigan Ave, below freezing temperature and wind blowing off the lake. It was still fun with some great shopping. Stores not available on the west coast.
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