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Las mejores actividades en Chicago

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Restaurante especializado en tallarines
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“Bustling Pan-Asian eatery doling out noodle bowls, stir fries, Vietnamese coffee & other fare.”
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Pastelería
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“For a more organic Pilsen coffeeshop experience, please check below! However, if you need your coffee and need it fast, Dunkin Donuts is just around the corner.”
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Restaurante
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“The most delicious Italian food I've ever had. Fresh-made pasta and superb flavors.”
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Cafetería
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“1 block away from a cup of joe. This Starbucks is located in the first floor of Chicago's own flat iron building.”
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Lugar para desayunar
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“Wonderful and quirky brunch spot that features most of it's menu around - you guessed it - bacon. This is a pretty hot spot for brunch on the weekends, so make sure to go early.”
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Restaurante
“Great takeout spot! They have a dining room too! The Djolof Rice could be a meal all by itself.”
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Restaurante indio
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“Indian, Cajun & Creole Vegetarian Friendly. If you like spicy foods that are seasoned just right, check this place out.”
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Restaurante
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“On Tuesday nights, it can be crowded. That seems to be the popular night. In the summertime they have outdoor patio seating. This is a great spot to mix and mingle and meet up with friends. There is a bar and a DJ playing music. nice lounge type of spot, for the crowd that is well above 21+.”
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Restaurante
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“Delicious sangria and food. They also have secret vegan options that are awesome. Just ask your waiter. ”
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Restaurante especializado en ramen
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“A variety of ramen soups plus rice bowls & snacks served in low-key, stylish digs with a patio.”
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Cafetería
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“Best nearby coffee shop - serves Madcap coffee out of Michigan. Pastries are amazing. Next to the Paulina Brown Line stop. ”
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Restaurante chino
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“Spicy Szechuan Chinese cuisine! One of the best Chinese restaurants in America.”
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Parque
“BIKE TRAIL in Wicker/Logan/Humboldt Park! Newly minted smooooove asphalt trail going through 2 of Chicago's most popular and awesome neighborhoods. Rent a Divvy bike for cheap near the pink line stop and bike up to this awesome trail where you can bike along and check out an almost bird's eye view of these neighborhoods!”
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Bar
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“If you're visiting from the South don't waste your time because I'm sure you get plenty of this deliciousness, but if you're not...go to Pearl's for some delicious Cajun and New Orleans style drinks. Dinner or brunch is good. If you go for brunch get the Bloody Mary and corn bread. ”
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Restaurante de sushi
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“Kamehachi - a favorite Chicagoland Japanese dining spot for more than 35 years. Sushi & cooked Japanese fare. Best to go after 6pm till 11pm. If you don't feel like sushi, try their Agedashi Tofu (deep-fried tofu . seasoned soy broth) appetizer and/or one of their amazing soups like Tempura Soba buckwheat noodles in soy broth, tempura shrimp & vegetables Since 1967, Kamehachi Old Town has been a favorite local neighborhood diners. Provide the traditional sushi for which they're known in a modern ambiance. With a large entry bar, an elegant dining room, a relaxed upstairs lounge, and a large sidewalk patio Kamehachi Old Town is the perfect spot for your next Japanese meal.”
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Centro comercial
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