Chicago is often defined by its iconic neighborhoods. In fact, some distinct neighborhoods are synonymous with the culture and vibrancy of the city. Wrigleyville, named after the renowned ballpark, is definitely one. For a taste of what Wrigleyville has to offer, try these top spots to visit:
West Town Bakery and Tap
West Town Bakery and Tap is the ideal spot for a morning or late afternoon pick me up. Located just across the street from the ballpark, this eclectic bakery is perfect even when the Cubs aren’t playing. In addition to a full line up of specialty coffee drinks, diners can enjoy a delicious homemade baked good such as an apple pie danish, pesto and prosciutto croissant, or a broccoli cheddar quiche.
Wrigley Field Tours
It would be hard to explore Wrigleyville without taking a peek inside famed Wrigley Field. For everyone from die-hard fans to those that can appreciate a piece of history, the second oldest ballpark in the country is worth a trip. Offered on both game days and off days, guests can get a behind-the-scenes look at the dugouts, the field, and even the iconic ivy wall.
Located in Hotel Zachary in the heart of Wrigleyville, Mordecai is a serene respite from the hustle and bustle of the area. This popular eatery serves farm-to-table fare and also offers a stylish and contemporary setting. Mordecai’s seasonal menu is filled with ingredient-driven plates. Favorites include prime beef tartare and tagliatelle spinach pasta.Back to all posts