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Wrigleyville isn't a town or even a neighborhood; it's an event, a happening. It was built by Ernie Banks, the late Chicago Cubs Hall of Famer. It continues to grow and grow as the Cubs grow with success and popularity. It is a lively little...More
What a fun area to visit, especially when there is a Cubs game going on. The place is hopping with vendors and people. There are tons of bars to visit if you want to watch the game and just take in the atmosphere.
The reason for the trip was to see some Cubs games but I also enjoyed walking in the neighborhood. Very cool architecture, lots of different shops, bars, and restaurants and very close to the red line that can get you anywhere
Wrigleyville is the in Lakeside, but is the neighborhood directly surrounding Wrigley Field. The area around Wrigley Field is very nice and has been recently renovated. They are currently in the process of building several hotels just across the street from the ballpark! Get about...More
This Chicago neighborhood was one a fun, real place. Now its a conglobulate of tacky commercial ventures catering to industrialized tourism. Once an adventure has been sanitized and marketed to appeal to a mass of wanna-bees.
We walked around Wrigleyville before the game between the Cubs and the Padres. I would have preferred the Dodgers be in town but that’s the way the schedule worked out so I was glad to just witness a game at historic Wrigley Filed. My friend...More