palmer house brownie

CHICAGO | Chicago is proud of its rich history and for good reason, it can lay claim to home to the world’s first brownie. The first brownie ever was created under the direction of Bertha Palmer. She was known for providing guests with remarkable dishes and wanted to offer something

naha river north

CHICAGO | As soon as you enter NAHA, an air of class and elegance greets you, and it quickly becomes easy to see why this restaurant is one of Chicago’s Michelin starred restaurants. NAHA is a New American fusion restaurant with strong Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Californian influences on their

revolution brewing logan square

CHICAGO | It goes without saying that the US craft beer scene is booming. Illinois is home to more than 300 of the nation’s 4,000-plus microbreweries, with more opening all the time. Revolution Brewing Logan Square hardly needs an introduction these days, after all they are the big brother of

dovetail brewery north center

CHICAGO | Are you longing to relive that summer trip through Europe? Then no look no further than Dovetail Brewery North Center. One thing Chicago isn’t short of is breweries or taprooms. You could probably spend a whole week doing brewery tours at all the city’s breweries and still have

CHICAGO | Looking to see the real Chicago through the eyes of a local? Well you’ve come to the right place. Chicago is known worldwide for its unique architecture and for being the start of the old US Route 66. In addition, it boasts an impressive set of museums including

all star press logan square

CHICAGO | Looking for a unique memento of Chicago or it’s rich sports history? Then head to the newest art gallery in Logan Square, All Star Press. All Star Press is dedicated to unique works of screen-printed art in the form of sports posters and merchandise. We caught up with

revival food hall loop

CHICAGO | Revival Food Hall is a 24,000 square foot fast causal food court in a historic Daniel Burham building, the National, and is one of the loop’s most popular lunch spots. Loop workers have no shortage of options at Revival – from sinful to honest there is something for

art institute of chicago loop

CHICAGO | The iconic pair of bronze lions, created by artist Edward Kemeys, have guarded the entrance to Art Institute of Chicago since 1894. The lions weigh in at more than two tons each and have become symbolic when the City is celebrating; the lions can be seen wearing a

black iron tavern river west

CHICAGO | Situated in a wedge-shaped building in River West at a slightly confusing intersection of 5 streets sits the almost-two-year-old Black Iron Tavern. The building has glass walls running down both sides of the building, resulting in an abundance of natural light, and a view to the outside passing

band of bohemia lincoln square

CHICAGO | Band Of Bohemia is a quirky brewery tucked away in Ravenswood, just around the corner from the local Metra station. It has eschewed the typical brewpub look and instead gone for a “grandma’s lounge room” look. The quirkiness does not end with the aesthetics, it extends to the