Old Town Chicago Neighborhood Guide
In this video we pay a visit to one of the most vintage neighborhoods in Chicago, Old Town It is located next to Lake Michigan, south of Lincoln Park, between Armitage & Division, West of Clark, and East of Halsted & Clybourn.
Old Town is known for great dining, exciting nightlife, fantastic shopping, historic architecture, and a variety of things to do. To get to Old Town from the Loop, take the CTA Brown Line and get off at the Sedgwick stop. Other options include the CTA Red Line to North / Clybourn or Clark / Division. You can also take the 22, 36, 156, or 72 CTA bus.
Old Town is known for its varied and highly rated restaurants. From old school classics like Topo Gigio, Orso’s, Kamehachi, and Twin Anchors to new favorites like Jeni’s Ice Cream, Small Cheval, and Broken English Taco Pub.
There are many things to do in Old Town like attend mass at St. Michael Church, meditate at the Midwest Buddhist Temple, see improv comedy at The Second City theatre, watch stand-up comedians at Zanies, play some chess at Hudson Chess Park, or purchase some paintings at the Old Town Art Fair. For coffee, stop by Intelligentsia (inside Plum Market), Bombo Bar, or La Fournette.