My Chicago: What place in the city represents true Chicago?
THE QUESTION: What place in the city represents true Chicago?
“I love going running through Lincoln Park Zoo. There is an area that bows out over a pond and you can see the entire city skyline, the pond and the zoo. It is on the nature boardwalk. It feels like I am in a very remote area, yet the city is still at my fingertips.”
— Jamie Barnett
“I’d say Lake Shore Drive because it leads you to everything: Millennium Park, Soldier Field, the museums, Navy Pier and Michigan Avenue. If you want to see the best skyline in the U.S., Lake Shore will show you all of it.”
— Naima Wilson
— Luis Acevedo
— Morgan, Timothy O’Toole’s
“I would say Millennium Park because that’s where everyone gathers, and Chicago is so diverse that at Millennium Park, you can see groups of people from all over the world. The Music in the Park concerts are a great way to spend a summer evening too.”
— Lauren Wells, Timothy O’Toole’s
“I think the River North neighborhood best represents the vibrancy, diversity and excitement that is all over the city. You can experience any kind of cuisine at any price at any time of the day or night.”
— Sharon Romack, River North Business Association
— Sarah, River North Business Association
— Jeff Rosset