Bike-friendly streets, artisanal cocktail lounges and cheap eats make Logan Square and Bucktown a hipster’s paradise. Grounded by the working-class, this northwest neighborhood is also a link in Chicago’s “Emerald Necklace” a marvel of urban planning that brings a vibrant network of green spaces into the city. Bucktown received its name from goats raised here as a part of the Polish Downtown of the 19th century. Today, catering to lawyers, doctors, businesses, and more, you will find office spaces aplenty. Chicago’s Logan Square is home to some of the trendiest boulevards. You’ll find a selection of attractions including restaurants, bars, a thriving nightlife balanced by family-friendly amenities. Logan, as abbreviated by the locals, has seen transplants from Wicker Park due to its environment of tranquility and quiet. The hipster crowds flock to the renaissance of restaurants, flower shops, boutiques, nightlife and more along Milwaukee Ave. Hence, office space settings welcome those looking to do businesses in entertainment and innovation. The interconnected streetscapes intermingle with the greenstone mansions, restored homes and magnificent long standing churches.
If you are an aficionado of dining, discover a local classic arroz gordo - fat rice, the heart-warming pie shops, and the popular Cuban joints for those hoping for a quick bite. Check out the cocktail bars, the dive bars, the gastropubs showcasing the local bands or the vintage arcade gaming stations. If it is the art you are looking for checkout the Comfort Station for comics and temporary exhibits. Or catch a movie at the Logan Theatre. Spend your Sunday at Logan Square farmers’ market for in season produce from local farmers. Explore the Logan Square boutiques to find your mishmash of clothing and accessories from more than 150 local designers.