One of Chicagos most charming neighborhoods, Andersonville is full of stylish furniture shops, kitschy novelty stores, low-key bars and a solid dining scene. Theres nothing big box herevirtually all the businesses are local and independent. Its a tight-knit community full of pride and culture.
Junes annual street festival celebration of Swedish culture
Home of the long-running show Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind
Antiques and Oddities get all your taxidermy here
Utopia for beer lovers
The dive bar that anchors Andersonville
Drop off all your unwanted stuff here and pick up a bargain, too
Parlor tricks and illusions are performed right at your table
Desserts made from scratch
Juicy burgers, drag queens and bingo
DAY IN THE LIFE.
Do as the locals do...
Nurse a draft latte at stylish La Colombe or devour the blackberry bliss cakes at m. Henry
Stroll the Mecca of antique shops and furniture stores on Clark Street
Grab a Belgian brew at Hopleaf
Enjoy the famous fried chicken at Big Jones or a lively night at Hamburger Marys
Bogart Ms. PacMan all night at Replay or hit Simons for a nightcap
& AGENTS LOVE.
Great variety of cocktails, burgers and fries are to die for
Intimate atmosphere and excellent martinis
Perfect spot for ramen and sushi
Southern Cajun with a fantastic rooftop
Quiet, Secure, and Friendly Neighbors- Esther G.
This is easily the best apartment I've lived at, but there are a few minor inconveniences. Maintenance requests are handled in a relatively timely fashion. I was given pushback on a request, which was eventually handled since it wasn't necessarily time-sensitive. I'm able to hear my upstairs neighbor running around at times but find myself unable to communicate this noise issue with them since each floor requires a separate key. So I'm left to just deal with it.- -Emerson S.