Chicagoist: "The crazy Baroque/Victorian/goth/whatever decor always suffices to keep a conversation going; the fact that it's a little bit off the beaten path lets you weed out those who never leave River North."
Colin Reynolds: "Boutique bicycles are great, don't get me wrong. But this is a place for excellent coffee and an equally pleasant environment. Great outdoor patio with hip old van. And yes you can buy a bike, too."
Kristi Tan: "Everything was delicious! Musts: foie gras, escargots, bone marrow and mussels in white wine. Everything comes with fresh, hot crusty bread with charred grill marks. Very cute / romantic setting"
Chicagoist: "Try the sauerkraut rye bread, their chocolate cake doughnuts, buttermilk poundcake and "grandpa rye" bread, a three-pound loaf swimming in caraway and perfectly suited for Dagwood sandwiches."
Tony Stark: "This is by far my fave museum of them all. The Impressionist gallery is magnificent and the Modern Art wing is very complete, packed with Picasso's, Klee's, Miró's and many more master pieces."
Chicagoist: "The variety of programming at the Music Box is unmatched in the city, afforded in no small part by the the house's unique ability to project just about every kind of film you want, from 16mm to 70mm."
✞CONSTANTINE ✞: "The video was clear and stutter free. I hear they have a 4k or ultra-HD setup. Audio, contrary to gripes I've read in a few other reviews, seemed perfectly fine really... I love this place..."
Time Out Chicago: "One of Chicago's more prominent parks, Garfield Park offers facilities for boxing, basketball, tennis and swimming and also has a playground, fitness center, and paths for jogging and biking. -RW"
Darren Calhoun: "Entrance is free but a donation is asked at times. Either way, it's a great place to go -- indoors and out-- to take in some beautiful and exotic plant life. I love this place in the winter!"
Brian Strauss: "Stone crabs are a pricey delicacy that I enjoy a couple times a year. Get a steak and a martini with blue cheese olives to go with for the win."
Jules Takagishi: "Bar and grill is first con first served. As a couple of Japanese, it was perfect just ordering the sea food latter, artichokes, grilled tomatoes and clam chowder. Dessert was humongous and yummy!"