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Best LGBTQ friendly neighborhood in Chicago, located right next to Wrigley field, enjoy the night scene or the brunch scene. You are sure to have a blast no matter what your background!
Brown Line - Belmont Stop LGBT neighborhood. Main street is Halsted between belmont and addison. Most bars are near Roscoe street. A lot of food spots along Belmont and Halsted streets.
Boystown, one of the most country’s inclusive LGBTQ+ communities, is the oldest officially recognized gay neighborhood in the United States. It’s known for its welcoming vibe, nonstop nightlife, LGBTQ-owned businesses, and excellent dining options. It’s also the center of some of Chicago’s most…
One of the largest LGBTQI neighborhoods. The Center on Halsted is the premier LGBTQI center in the country. It is located at the corner of Halsted/Waveland on the Northside of Chicago. Tons of food and shopping choices. Also near Wrigley Field.
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“You can't come to Chicago without checking out Wrigleyville! Best to visit when there is a game and its only one stop south on the Redline!”
“Lots of shops and restaurants and a lively night scene. Parking can be a struggle on weekends, but there is street parking and pay to park lots on Clark. I suggest taking the 92 bus from Sheridan & Foster to Clark & Foster or Uber/Lyft. ”
“Home of the Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field is a historic stadium that forms the centerpiece of Wrigleyville. The stadium features a hand-turned scoreboard and red marquee. While Wrigley Field is mainly used for baseball, occasionally other sports and concerts are hosted. The area around Wrigley Field has many restaurants and bars as well as its own little park that often has festivals or other events going on.”
“Chicago specialty. Our favorite is ordering it dipped with peppers (Naomi likes sweet peppers and JJ likes the spicy peppers).”