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Fulton Market, Randolph Market, Jackson Boulevard and Greek Town make up the West Loop. The neighborhood is best known as the location of Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Studios, but this downtown neighborhood is also an up-and-coming spot for Chicago’s trendsetters. Several sub-neighborhoods within West Loop make this a unique neighborhood to visit. Dotted with factories and warehouses, West Loop is packed with various types of dining and nightlife options. If your timing is right, you can take part in neighborhood events like the West Loop Farmers Market, Craft Beer Fest, or the Randolph Street Market Festival.
"Chicago Blue Line from O’Hare Airport to Millennium Park"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by LA_Engineer
It’s extremely convenient to go from Chicago O’Hare Airport on the Blue line to near Millennium park. Only $5 one way from O’Hare to Millennium park and $2 back to O’Hare. Super convenient. Got off at the Washington stop. Then walked a few blocks to Millennium park.
I wouldn't call it a tourist spot, but it is a nice, old building that is pretty clean and efficient. In summer 2018 it is undergoing a ton of interior renovation, so the Great Hall is unfortunately covered with scaffolding and construction barriers and that takes away from the experience of walking through the station.
We went here for the Jean-Luc Ponty show, and had seats at the side of the stage. We had an excellent view and the show was outstanding.
Our server worked very hard and was very friendly. He and Jean-Luc are the reasons that this is a 4 star and not a 3.
Seating at the tables is shoulder to shoulder...
Directly out of a Roman Imperial epic, the great hall is a reminder of how grand representational architecture can inspire those sitting waiting for a train or just resting in a warm place...The restoration will breath new century of memories into the great hall.
Oriole is a great Michelin 2 place that is a great value and have great flavor and creativity.
The nigiri plate is the best I have ever had.
The rest of the food is equally sublime.
A quintessential experience in Chicago
Our visit to Girl & the goat was amazing. Advanced reservations are a must. From service to drinks to food, they have it mastered. A great and festive atmosphere rounds out the experience. Don’t walk...run!
We had heard of Monteverde because the Chef- owner had been the chef at Spiaggia, which was one of our favorite Chicago restaurants. This is a lively if somewhat noisy place but yet the noise level did not interfere with having a pleasant conversation. The style of the place is basically small plates and sharing. You are encourage to experiment...
Was headed to High Five Ramen and had to wait in Green Street. What a treat! Our “appetizers” for dinner were succulent pieces of smoked brisket and ribs. Wonderful and melt in your mouth. Definitely worth its own visit for sure.
This to me is a proper American large diner and yes I'm a tourist from Australia. The food was better than we'd had in most other places and the staff nice and attentive in that brash American sort of way. Definitely recommended.
Staycation for my gal's birthday...two nights at the Ace Hotel. We really liked the one in Pittsburgh, Chicago's differs in that it is all new construction. As is half of fulton market right? First of all, Mikayla at the front desk took good care of us. I even called down for a new stylus for the turntable. I imagine Ace...
Upon check-in the front desk person Karen was very helpful very professional and nice. She gave us a map and options of what to do for the day. Excellent client service! The complimentary breakfast would have been great if you would have woken up on time. But if you're an early bird a hot breakfast is always a plus.
You don't need to participate in the din of SoHo House to enjoy a fine chicken meal at their upstairs restaurant. The place is designed with old "Sears" styled tables and chairs, hanging lights etc. to transport you to another time that amplified the buttermilk waffle with fried chicken and fine chicken nuggets. Their coleslaw was well worth a second...
We spent 4 nights in the hotel sampling some outstanding restaurants in the vicinity. The hotel is adjacent to ongoing construction so the ingress is tough. That apart this is a great property with well appointed rooms. Fortunately we were overlooking a parking lot and room was quiet. The balcony adds an old world charm to the room. This hotel...
"Clean hotel, fast elevator service and conveniently located near the Green / Pink Line"
reviewed 6 days ago by L856SJjohnt
Staff provided us a high floor suite with a great view. Al, the overnight houseman, was very welcoming and friendly. One thing I liked about my room was the shower. The water pressure is perfect and the water gets hot really quickly. Also, the sliding door of the shower has a long handle inside which is great for stretching during...