Chicago's Lincoln Square
ABOUT LINCOLN SQUARE
An Old World heritage meets modern charm in the Lincoln Square neighborhood. Small stretches throughout the area still maintain its roots such as a traditional German dining hall and a turn-of-the-century, European-style apothecary.
But more than old-fashioned shops and cobblestone streets, Lincoln Square is an eclectic enclave that boasts an array of hip restaurants, bars and boutiques. Music, arts and crafts are a focus here and for dining, there’s an international flair — dig into authentic Mexican, feast on French fare or grab a slice of Neopolitan-goodness at the local pizzeria.
Neighborhood gems dot the streets along the commercial heart of Lincoln Square at the intersections of Lawrence, Western and Lincoln Avenues, as well as the Ravenswood corridor — a unique cross-section of industry and creative businesses.