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This Guy's Friends Took Out A Giant Personal Ad On A Wicker Park Bus Shelter To Razz Him

It's a pretty hilarious reminder to always be a gracious winner. Or else... [ more › ]

Kizuki Ramen & Izakaya is the dependably good bowl Wicker Park doesn’t need

Unlike say, barbecue joints, the growing abundance of new ramen spots around town is a seemingly unstoppable restaurant trend I've started to get behind. Gone are the days when the conventional wisdom held that Santouka in Arlington Heights's Mitsuwa Marketplace food court was the only acceptable bowl in the region, if not the midwest.…

Double Door evicted from longtime Wicker Park space

The Double Door club was evicted from its longtime Wicker Park space Monday after club management failed to post bond while appealing a judge's decision in their eviction case, according to an attorney for the building's owner. Cook County Circuit Judge Orville Hambright Jr. ruled in August that...

Beloved Double Door Club Evicted From Wicker Park Location After 23 Years

It's the end of an era for one of Chicago's all-time great music rooms. [ more › ]

Chicago's Double Door evicted from its Wicker Park location of 23 years

Long-running Chicago venue Double Door has been evicted from the 1572 N. Milwaukee Ave in Wicker Park location which it’s had for over two decades. DNA Info reports that at around 11:30 Monday morning (2/6), Cook County sheriff's police put a "No Trespassing"... Continue reading…

The Robey Hotel Brings Sleek Style to Chicago's Wicker Park

Finally, a place to stay in the same Chicago hood where you’re already eating and drinking.

Ex-Bravo star's post about encounter with man in his Chicago building draws debate

Vincent Anzalone said his fiancee ran into their Wicker Park condo earlier this week frightened about a man who was blocking a building door, so he grabbed a hammer to confront the man. Anzalone, a real estate broker who starred on Bravo's short-lived Chicago show "100 Days of Summer," said the man...

Wednesday: Eat. Drink. Do.

A new Greek spot in Wicker Park, free day at The Field Museum and more things to do in Chicago on Wednesday, Jan. 4.

Development Of Massive New Wicker Park Rental Tower Is Moving Forward

The city has issued a building permit for a 15-story apartment tower in Wicker Park—the latest in a string of new towers planned along the Blue Line. [ more › ]

The 'Saved by the Bell' diner is coming to a city near you

After decades of waiting, Americans everywhere can finally head to the Max after school. Earlier this summer, Saved By The Max, a pop-up diner inspired by Saved by the Bell, opened up in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood, bringing much joy to '90s nostalgia nerds. Show More Summary

Saved by the Max extends Chicago pop-up before launching national tour

It's a Screech-mas miracle for those who didn't get the chance to visit Saved by the Max before it was projected to close after New Year's Eve. Announced on Twitter this morning, the Wicker Park pop-up diner based on “Saved by the Bell” is once again extending the experience through May 2017 before...

Password required for new West Loop speakeasy, French cafe opens in 87-year-old tower

Start your week by catching up on Chicago's latest restaurant news. Below, 21 openings and one closing to know: WICKER PARK - Following four years of renovations, the Hotel Robey has opened. You might not know the name, but you almost certainly know the building: an 87-year-old art-deco tower at...

'A Proper Drink' author explores cocktail revival Monday at Violet Hour

In 2007 when The Violet Hour first opened its doors in Wicker Park, it wasn't always easy to get a proper drink in Chicago. Writers at the time wondered if people would even patronize a bar solely because the drinks were of exceptional quality. It was a time when cocktails were given short shrift. ...

Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.

A new Wicker Park spot from The Publican, a book signing with The Cure's Lol Tolhurst and more things to do in Chicago on Thursday, Dec. 1.

Trenchermen to close at year's end; will reconcept for 2017

After more than four years in Wicker Park, Trenchermen (2039 W. North Ave.) is closing. Patrick Sheerin, who founded the restaurant with his brother, Michael (who left a couple of years ago), is stepping down for personal reasons. "2016 was a tough year for my family, and for me personally," Sheerin...

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