"Chicago’s Lincoln Park is a landmark districts with a plethora of live music clubs, theaters and museums spilling out onto the streets with the warming weather. Deriving it’s name from the largest park in Chicago, you will find this up and coming neighborhood breathes life into it’s surrounding with the plethora of green space. Nuzzled against the lakefront, Chicago Lincoln Park is home to one of the most diverse markets. Walk through the streets to discover historic churches, brick row houses and residential areas. Find the Armitage Avenue hosting for high-end retail shops with independent boutiques. Lincoln Avenue is buzzing with nightlife, bars and taverns filled with college students. Chicago’s Lincoln Park is sprouting more and more multi-unit rental buildings and castle-like mansions for the high-end real estate market. If you’re looking for a downtown feel set in a plush and wealthy neighborhood surrounded by green space and the lake - Lincoln Park is for you.
To enjoy the real nightlife on a Friday night, browse through the numerous music venues for jazz and blues. For an elaborate dinner, Chicago Lincoln Park has the foodie hotspot, Alinea, and the farm-to-table North Pond Café. For a quick bite try a polish sausage or a hot dog stand. On the weekend, explore the world and Chicago’s culture at the Chicago History Museum, the DePaul Art Museum or take a stroll through Lincoln Park or the Lincoln Park zoo.