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Review for Malliway Bros Spells, Charms, & Potions by Mix
Rating: 2 Rating
In May/June, I attempted to visit the shop at exactly at close and was met with a frightened employee that excused her fear by slamming all men for trying to ..
Cons: Misandric comments by the staff and the owner will not address this. Owner said it was "sad" when I bought something special... it was also a really hurtful comment. Owner ..
Review for Pizzeria Uno by Princess
Rating: 5 Rating
This was a cute little restaurant with great choices. One of the best pizza houses in Chicago.
Review for Koi Fine Asian Cuisine & Lounge by Princess
Rating: 5 Rating
Koi Fine Asian Cuisine & Lounge is one of the best sushi bar restaurants in Chicago that I will definitely visit again soon!
Review for Shake Shack | Wrigleyville by Jillian
Rating: 5 Rating
Shake Shack has some of my favorite cheese fries!
Review for Bistronomic by Jillian
Rating: 5 Rating
They have creative French dishes and small bites! I love Bistronomic!
Review for ZED451 by Nicholas
Rating: 5 Rating
ZED451 is on of the coolest bars in Chicago, with it's rooftop and delicious food, this has become a Chicago staple for one of the best bars in Chicago

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Diverse describes South Side Chicago Illinois, south of the Chicago River. Its neighborhoods range from working class to wealthy, and include ethnic groups from the earliest immigrants the Irish, Italian, Polish and Lithuanian to Chinese, African-American and Hispanic. It all means there's lots of variety. The vibrant nightlife reflects the diversity in bars and restaurants. There is much to do during the day too. Here you can watch the White Sox play, or see the Frank Lloyd Wright House. Visit the Museum of Science and Industry housed in a building erected for the 1893 World Fair, aka the World Columbian Exposition. Stroll the shoreline parks for miles. Plan to picnic or swim at the beach. Explore Chicago's Chinatown. Visit the University of Chicago situated in Hyde Park where you can also see the impressive Jewish synagogue KAM Isaiah Israel. A rich cultural history blossomed here, evidenced in the many art museums and galleries such as the DuSable Museum of African American History, National Museum of Mexican Art, National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum, and the David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art. Musicians of the African-American community helped create a unique Chicago sound.The Great Fire of 1871 initiated growth of the South Side as rich and poor both fled the center of the city. Prairie Avenue became the domain of the rich. Today's Prairie Avenue has a few of their grand mansions remaining. Meanwhile poor African-Americans were squeezed into slum areas; you can learn their story at Bronzeville Visitor Information Center.

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Twisted Tuesdays Happy Hour
$2 Shots $7 Avionritas, $2-$3 Street Tacos, $5 Jameson Pickle bites
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Events in South Side

on Monday, 6 Feb, 7:00 PM
at ShowPlace ICON Theatres at Roosevelt Collection
1011 South Delano Court, Chicago, IL 60605
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Its a movie night!

on Tuesday, 14 Feb, 11:00 AM
at Roseland Community Highschool
45 W 111th St, Chicago, IL 60628
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Roseland Community Hospital, located in the Greater Roseland Area at 45 w. 111th St. is offering residents a new program this coming February: The Roseland Reserve.

Chicago French Press and Social Works Present 'Purchase on Purpose'

on Friday, 27 Jan, 8:00 AM
at Chicago French Press
1021 S Delano Ct, Chicago, IL 60605
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Chicago French Press partners with Social Work's Warmest Winter initiative!

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