This artistry hub is open to the public every day and holds many different studios
Steps from the Damen stop on the Blue Line is Myopic Books.
Stop by Bru Chicago for a coffee or something healthy and hip.
Pioneering the Craft Brew scene in Chicago with beer, pizza and live music
Hang out and see Chicago’s hippest scene with great drinks and tacos. This is quintessential Chicago with tasty margaritas and all the EL train and crazy traffic noises.
Hushed tones and crafted cocktails guide your experience at the Violet Hour. A refined alternative to the typical Wicker Park bar.
The mysterious bar and club - The Violet Hour.
Head to Wicker Park on Sundays to grab some fresh eats
Cuddle up in this cozy bookstore and café rain or shine.
Flash back in time as you step into this local coffee shop.
Need a little blast from the past? Check out this eclectic coffee shop.
This park is a neighborhood, friendly area for you and your dog to unwind while also being sociable.
A café that appreciates good art and good coffee.
The roses are symbolic of all the memorials...all the love. B'Rael Ali, 25 Year-Old Artist
This art is meant to shine a light on those who have been ignored. Chantala Kommanivanh, Lead Artist
This Mexican restaurant serves excellent tacos in a relaxed atmosphere
When you think about your childhood you probably thing about Mario Bros, Mortal Kombat,Pinball Machines and those legendary arcades. Hours and hours trying to beat that one villain or go to the next level. I have good news guys: the glory days are back at Emporium Chicago!
Odd Obsession is just what it sounds like: a store dedicated to odd obsessions!
Near Ukrainian Village lie the fast-growing Wicker Park and Bucktown, as well as the West Loop
Voted best Chicago Pizza in 2016, this place serves up pies and slices with a secret sauce.
The volume of people we are losing is doing something to our senses. Max Sansing, Artist
Gold Star has become an Urban Legend that locals take pride in. Many stories are hidden behind that old and scrappy door on Division Street.
A parody on Legos; fist picks in different colors represent racial unity. Franco, Artist
Is it Wicker Park or the Red Light District? Take a trip to Bordel and you decide.
Bordel is a hidden, craft-cocktail bar distinguished by eclectic interiors stirred by pulp imagery from the 60s & 70s and the bohemian spirit that inspired the first modern cabarets in the Latin Quarter of Paris.