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."
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."
tasteeverything: "Qué lugar! No le pide nada a Central Park, no en cuanto a tamaño, sino en cuanto a funcionalidad. Conciertos al aire libre y gratuitos, qué más puedes pedir. Mucha seguridad y funcionalidad al máximo"
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."
Chicago Tribune: "The shop aims its crosshairs at our retro-aesthetic pleasure center and hits the bullseye, with offerings like Bing Crosberry—custard mixed with raspberries, cherries, cheesecake and graham crackers."
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!"
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: "Photographers! Check out this Documerica photo of Calumet Park in 1973. Take a photo of the area today, share it with our State of the Environment Photo Project, and help us document the changes."
Lena Duda: "The perfect skater's path. 17 miles of paved awesomeness with epic sights at every turn. Sure, a few rough spots (Mile 11-12 etc) and some crowding, but overall a fantastic workout. 9.99/10"