Logan Square’s restaurant and bar scene is on point. They even have one of the coolest L train stations. Arcade lovers and foodies will love this hipster hood. Logan Arcade and Emporium Logan Square are popular destinations for play. On a more serious note, the Illinois Centennial Monument is a great historic site for history lovers. It’s that big column you’ve probably seen in the middle of Logan Square! It represents the 100th anniversary of Illinois accepted into the union. For active people, check out the 606, an abandoned railroad track that turned into an elevated walking and bike path. Walk through nearby neighborhoods Bucktown and Wicker Park. Stop at the Logan Square Farmer's Market afterwards. The photo below features a stunning attraction. Nearby Humboldt Park has lagoons, an inland beach, tennis courts, a bike path, and a fantastic boat house.
Another great park is Palmer Square Park that has a playground with a theme from the book, The Velveteen Rabbit. If you like beer, nearby Revolution Brewing offers some of the best beer in Chicago. It is one of the largest breweries in Illinois! They offer a brewing tour with two beers included! As for food, you have to check out Logan’s food scene. Some of the best dining options feature Quiote, a modern Mexican restaurant, and Osteria Langhe, an upscale Italian restaurant. Be sure to let us know about your favorite Logan Square hot spots in the comments below!
Written by Brooke Bressler