Beyond the iconic sights of Chicago's Loop, there are 77 neighborhoods brimming with great eats, cultural sights and eye-catching art.
In the Near West Side's Fulton Market District, Au Cheval draws diners with its sought-after burger.
The double stack, covered in oozing cheese, has inspired some committed patrons to wait for hours.
Reservations can be tight at "Top Chef" winner Stephanie Izard's restaurant Girl & the Goat in the Fulton Market District.
The Empty Bottle in Ukrainian Village has been entertaining audiences with musical acts for more than 20 years -- and the beer is still cheap.
St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral has been at the heart of Ukrainian Village for more than 100 years. While Ukrainian families still live in the neighborhood, it has become one of the hottest spots on the real estate market.
Public art is just about everywhere in Pilsen, making it a ripe spot for a mural walk.
In Bridgeport, Maria's Packaged Goods and Community Bar on 31st Street is known for its selection of craft beer.
This part-liquor store, part-neighborhood bar was featured on Esquire TV's "Best Bars in America" in 2013 and 2015.
Bridgeport has transformed into one of Chicago's most diverse neighborhoods. This church was originally Emmanuel Presbyterian Church before becoming home to the Ling Shen Ching Tze Temple of True Buddha School in 1992.
Chinese lions march through a night market in Little Saigon's Uptown neighborhood, which is known as having the best Vietnamese food in the city.