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Andersonville combines Swedish roots and small-town charm with the city's newest and hippest stores and restaurants. Offering everything from stylish clothes and unique items for the home to delectable international dining and traditional holiday...more
All reviews american museum friendly neighborhood chicago neighborhood antique stores street parking big city worth the trip the loop few hours hendersonville neighborhoods edgewater resale bookstore downtown
Not so much ethnic (tho it still has a Swedish background hum), more LGBTQ. Home to the most famous feminist bookstore in the country and inspiration for Portlandia. Virtually no chain stores. Great bars, shopping, produce, antiques, ice cream. Get there best by city bus.
We had a nice time meeting in Andersonville for a visit with our family. Stayed at a quaint apartment right off the mail street AndersonvilleVR, (highly recommend) and visited the wonderful little museum along with several speciality stores. It was a great way to spend...More
Andersonville has its own unique charm, that you can only experience in Andersonville. It's a fun neighborhood to walk around in- the houses are beautiful; the streets are filled with cute, unique mom/pop shops; and it's cool to see the Swedish influence around the neighborhood....More
It's a Chicago neighborhood with a somewhat small town feel but many different types of shops,art galleries and eateries. Some spots in Andersonville I would suggest are the Candyality candy shop,Reza's for Persian cuisine and the Swedish American Museum.
Andersonville is a great walking neighborhood with great restaurants, shops, bars and even a Swedish American Murseum. Located in Edgewater, it's about a 20 minute Uber from the Loop and worth the trip if your time allows.
Great neighborhood on the North side of Chicago! Plenty to do for shopping, dining and experiences. Went to the Farmers Market and then I just relieved a 30 minute pressurized leg massage from Andersonville Cryotherapy and Recovery Center. Later is First Fridays were different storefronts...More
My friend and I decided to check out this neighbourhood since it was highly rated as an activity in Chicago. We got there in the late afternoon on a Saturday and after eating, found that most stores were closing. With nothing better to do on...More