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Quartiere: West Town
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  • Damen • 4 minuti a piedi
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PGRBrussels
Brussels372 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
ago 2023 • Coppie
Overall a good stay at the Club Quarters in Philly. But it is a three star hotel and the basic rooms are small - so if you get a chance to upgrade do so - for a much larger room for a few dollars more. Also check room prices regularly as they seem to fluctuate alot.

The hotel is on a busy street - lots of shops, bars and good restos nearby but also with a few unsavoury characters around on the street so be careful - but actually in a good location for visiting the main sites in Philly. No real need to use public transport for the main sites and Ubers are easily available and cheap if you need them. Also only 5 minutes walk from the nice Rittenhouse Square area. A taxi from the airport is a Fixed 32 Dollar price - not much more than a uber and better than the poor train service.

Front desk service is excellent, and there is a very nice lobby with free coffee 24/7

There are alot of nicer and better hotels in Philly but the Club Quarters offers great value for a short stay in town.
Scritta in data 31 agosto 2023
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TravelingSoccerLoon
Saint Paul, MN3.429 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
giu 2023 • Amici
An area that has been transformed over the past 15 years into one of the most hipster neighborhoods in Chicago. Cool cafes, boutique shops, bars and restaurants can be found throughout the area. My personal favorite is Big Star for some great tacos and a nice patio with a lively atmosphere to hang out with friends.
Scritta in data 25 giugno 2023
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Elliott P
Skokie, IL526 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
gen 2022 • Amici
Wicker Park is fun!
Offering a new Hyatt Place hotel, myriad great restaurants such as Small Cheval, and several spots to pick up a sweet treat such as Jenni’s Ice Cream, this is one happenin’ place.
Scritta in data 9 gennaio 2022
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Taylor B
Chicago, IL8.761 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
dic 2021
Wicker Park is one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in Chicago. Bounded by the Bloomingdale Trail or the 606 on the north, Ashland Avenue to the east, Division Street to the south and Western Avenue to the west, it is known for its local hipster culture, art community, nightlife and food scene. It also is home to some of Chicago's most expensive real estate with median home prices over $550,000. In fact, in recent years, Wicker Park has experienced record real estate and commercial development. It is home to many luxury boutique shops, several flagship stores and popular entertainment venues. Very trendy, the neighborhood is known for hosting emerging bands, high fashion boutiques, cutting-edge gourmet restaurants and bakeries, European-style cafes, upscale independent grocers and fashionable art galleries. In 2012, Wicker Park was named the No. 4 hippest hipster neighborhood in the United States by Forbes magazine. Wicker Park, once known as Kostkaville because of its Polish population that accelerated during and after World War II, can trace its heritage to local author Nelson Algren, who lived on the third floor of 1958 West Evergreen Avenue from 1959 to 1975. Algren's literary output lionized the Division Street strip with his books such as "The Man with the Golden Arm" and "Never Come Morning" focusing on the stories of junkies, gamblers, hookers and drunks who lived in the neighborhood. Historically, the area was especially popular with wealthy merchants, who built large mansions along the neighborhood's leading thoroughfares, particularly Hoyne and Pierce Streets, just southwest of today's North and Damen. At the time, Hoyne was known as "Beer Baron Row" because many of the city's wealthiest brewers built mansions there. At the same time, the near Northwest Side became home to many of the most opulent churches in the Archdiocese of Chicago. So where do you go? Start with brunch at Cafe Robey in the Robey Hotel. Browse for books in Volumes Bookcafe. Lunch at Dove's Luncheonette. From December to April, visit the winter indoor Wicker Park Farmers Market. Record lovers spend hours at Reckless Records. Enjoy Happy Hour at Pub Royale. For a BBQ dinner, Smoke Daddy is a must. See an after-dinner show at Broken Nose Theatre or The Den Theatre. Top off the day with a nightcap at The Violet Hour. There's never a dull moment in Wicker Park.
Scritta in data 21 dicembre 2021
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Momala
Joliet, IL20 contributi
Punteggio 3,0 su 5
nov 2021 • Solo
This interesting area is subject to frequent carjackings, even in broad daylight. Better not drive a high-end car here.
Scritta in data 6 novembre 2021
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Debbie N
Clearwater, FL33 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
dic 2019
A nice walk and history lesson. Highly recommend this walk to see one of the oldest buildings to survive the famous Chicago fire.
Scritta in data 6 novembre 2020
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psudino
Weehawken, NJ4.131 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
nov 2019
Was in Chicago for business (On the Miracle Mile of course) and this is where some locals sent us to get out of the touristy areas. We ended up at a so-so speakeasy (reviewed separately) but we really enjoyed the area while wandering around. When we can start travelling again, Chicago is a common destination, and this area will definitely be a place that want to dedicate more time to checking out.
Scritta in data 16 ottobre 2020
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Taylor B
Chicago, IL8.761 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
ott 2020
Wicker Park is all things to all people. One of the fastest rising and trendy neighborhoods in Chicago, it has been recognized as one of the hippest hipster neighborhoods in the country and widely known for its local culture, art community, nightlife, high fashion boutiques, cutting-edge gourmet restaurants and bakeries, European-style cafes, upscale independent grocers and artsy businesses. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated as a Chicago Landmark District, Wicker Park is a convenient place to live for downtown workers due to its proximity to public transportation and the Loop. The area stretches from Ashland Avenue on the east to Western Avenue on the west, from Division Street on the south to the Bloomingdale Trail (or the 606) on the north. Historically, Wicker Park was founded in 1868 by Chicago alderman Charles Wicker. The Great Chicago Fire of 1871 spurred the first wave of development and homeless Chicagoans looked to build new homes. At the end of the 19th century, it became a destination for German and Norwegian immigrants. Many of Chicago's wealthiest brewers built mansions on Hoyne Street, which became known as Beer Baron Row. Today, Wicker Park is home to such trendy restaurants as Dove's Luncheonette, Small Cheval, Big Star, Schwa, Handlebar and Cafe Istanbul, from fine dining to tacos to Ramen to sushi to Cajun. Stay at the Robey Hotel or Wicker Park Inn or Ruby Room. Visit the 606, Farmers Market or Flat Iron Arts Building.
Scritta in data 7 ottobre 2020
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wireless_in_CA
Stati Uniti4.983 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
ago 2020 • Famiglia
We made a quick stop here to check out the fresh produce at the farmer’s market but there was a long queue to enter. I guess they were trying to limit the number of customers entering at the same time.

Besides the Sunday farmer’s market, we found a large fountain, not working, framed with trees and large potted plants. It was a nice place to sit down, relax and do a little people watching. Besides the shoppers the rest of the park was not as busy.

To the left was a large grassy area where a number of groups were kicking back on blankets. A sign advertised Covid-19 Softball but not exactly sure what that actually meant.

Behind the fountain was a statue of Charles Gustavus Wicker for which the park was named after. He was posing with a broom 🧹 and the plaque mentioned that he was always willing to do things that needed attention. one of which was sweeping the dirt floors in the local police station. Quite unusual but quirky.

We did not get to explore the surrounding neighborhood but will try if in the area again. Street parking was free in front of the homes fronting the park along N. Wicker Park Ave.

Scritta in data 17 agosto 2020
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ponta
Evanston, IL885 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
feb 2020
シカゴの中心部からちょっと離れたところにおしゃれな町並みのエリアがあります。以外に知られていないかもしれません。興味があったら行ってみてください。おすすめです。
Scritta in data 17 febbraio 2020
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