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Neighborhood Guide

Top 5 Things You Have To Do In Lincoln Park

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There are so many unique neighborhoods in Chicago and each one represents a different “soul” of the city. Lincoln Park, known for it’s elegant brownstones and lush parks, is one of Chicago’s oldest neighborhoods and home to some of the best attractions in the city. Take a look at some of our favorite spots and let us know in the comments what yours are!

1. Broken English Taco Pub

2576 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

If you’re looking for a fun, colorful, Instagram-worthy taco joint where the food is just as delectable as it looks, look no further than Broken English! And while you’re there, make sure you get a pitcher of their house frozen margarita.

2. Lincoln Park Zoo

2001 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60614

The zoo is one of the best places to spend an afternoon (when it’s warm) no matter what age you are. Lucky for us Chicagoans, The Lincoln Park Zoo is one of the best in the Midwest and the oldest zoo in North America.

3. Second City

1616 N Wells St, Chicago, IL 60614

Chicago has produced some of the world’s brightest and most famous comedians, many of whom got their start at The Second City. Alumni include Steve Carell, John Candy and Tina Fey. Make sure you catch the next live show, there’s one every night of the week!

4. Wiggly Field Dog Park

2645 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

You didn’t think we’d leave your dog out, did you?

5. Oz Park

2021 N Burling St, Chicago, IL 60614

Arguably one of the more unique attractions, “Oz Park” is a public park dedicated to the beloved film The Wizard Of Oz. Statues modeled after the characters line the walkway and a play area called “Dorothy’s Playground” is readily available to entertain little ones.