Hipster Chic Shopping Tour of Chicago's East Lakeview Neighborhood
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Take a stroll through the aptly named Gold Coast, one of Chicago's most affluent neighborhoods. New mansions continue to spring up alongside the grand residences built by Chicago's 19th century elite, all snuggled in among the impressive urban architecture of Chicago's famous skyscrapers. From hotel magnate Potter Palmer's castle-like structure to the Astor Street Historical District's classic brownstones, the tour is an awe-inspiring journey into the lifestyles of the rich and famous. The tour also covers cultural touchstones in this area of the city including the Rush & Division intersection a few blocks away. This vibrant hotspot features a number of trendy bars and nightclubs -- the perfect place for people-watching and celebrity-spotting. The tour also includes the historic water tower building; the popular summer gathering spot, Oak Street Beach and Division Street's more mature counterpart, the "Viagra Triangle" at Rush, State and Cedar Streets. Learn More
Do you travel like a local? Now you can shop and tour like one during your stay in Chicago by taking our Hipster Chic East Lakeview Shopping Tour. We get you to the neighborhoods from downtown and show you the best buys at eight of our favorite local boutiques, used book stores, cafes, bars, lounges, restaurants, and landmarks while sneaking in some history along the way.
Meet the business owners and shopkeepers who call East Lakeview home. Learn about what they offer that you can't get anywhere else, and, of course, take the opportunity to support neighborhood commerce by buying local. Receive exclusive discounts up to 20% off merchandise at select stores.
On this tour, discover Chicago souvenirs, sip coffee intelligently, and sort through stacks of vinyl records. Be a picky thrifter on this jaunt, only four miles north of the Loop, where vintage fashion, cheap eats, coffee houses, and 24-hour diners rule.
This tour runs two hours and 30 minutes, covers 1.5 miles, and features 15 minutes at each venue. Tour ends at Belmont Red Line station. Bring cash for public transportation, shopping, and refreshments.