This bakery is in the heart of the old Italian stretch on Grand and Racine, and is famous for their tasty breads and pastries. Try driving by on a cold winter night and you can smell fresh bread in the air!
The sesame seed breadsticks are absolutely the best. They also have wonderful wheat frizzelles. In fact, In fact, I have never had anything bad here. This place is your number one stop for great Italian bread in Chicago!
The Chicago South Loop Hotel is near McCormick Place Convention Center, Chicago's famous Chinatown, Chicago's Museum district, and Bronzeville neighborhood.
It is four miles from the city center, nine miles from Midway Airport, and 22 miles from O'Hare International ...
Built in 1928 as the Harrison Hotel , the Travelodge Hotel Downtown has been a mainstay in the area of
Chicago now known as the South Loop, for generations.Featuring the charm and ambience of Chicago along with comfortable, affordable ...
Chicago Marriott at Medical District/UIC is just one block south of Interstate 290, removed from the congestion of Chicago's Loop,
yet just minutes from downtown. The elegant, European style hotel is within one block of the University of Illinois ...