Bike share. Craft beer. Historic district. Outdoor experience. Third wave coffee. Aurora is the ideal destination for Chicago urbanites looking to spend a day outside the City. #hipster #openwidetheworldRead More
Chicago is Ground Zero of the Third Wave coffee movement. And even in the Chicago suburbs, direct trade / fair trade coffee can be found, if you know where to look. Here are our five favorite Third Wave coffee shops in Chicago’s West Suburbs.Read More
Chinatown is one of our favorite spots to spend a day around Chicago. But more than just a neighborhood with good food and intriguing markets, Chicago's Chinatown can connect visitors in-the-know with a small slice of history and Chinese symbolism. Watch for these fascinating elements on your next visit to better engage with Chinatown. #chinatown #openwidetheworldRead More
Chicago, America's Second City, actually ranks eighth in the nation for its per capita availability of donuts. Despite the city's relatively low ranking, it is home to a respectable artisanal doughnut community, turning out some amazing craft donuts. Here are nine not to miss! #donuts #openwidetheworldRead More
Approximately 40 million people visit Chicago each year. Most of them will visit at least one museum during their stay, and it will probably be one of the Big Five: Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Science and Industry, Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, and Adler Planetarium.
But Chicago is home to scores more museums than just these chart toppers. Check out five fabulous lesser-known museums! #chicago #openwidetheworldRead More
Chicago is famed the world over for its bold architecture, renowned museums, unique hot dog style, its seemingly inverted deep dish pizza, jazz music, and its gangster past. But where Chicago truly comes alive for locals is in its seventy-seven distinct neighborhoods. Check out why city residents love Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood.Read More