University Club of Chicago

76 East Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60603, United States
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OFF THE BEATEN PATH

by sheshenorton

HELLO,


I noticed there are many things to do but I was wondering if there are any specific events for Sept. 25-27,2010. I love festivals as well as garedens. I did go to see the glassmakers art in a conservatory before and loved it Any
recommandations.
Sheila

Re: OFF THE BEATEN PATH

by yvr

http://www.choosechicago.com/Pages/default.aspx

Re: OFF THE BEATEN PATH

by DSwede

another to look at would be:
http://chicago.metromix.com/

Look under 'events'

Re: OFF THE BEATEN PATH

by Dabs

Here's a list for September from Time Out

http://chicago.timeout.com/articles/summer-festivals/85214/summer-festivals-september-2010

The Randolph Street market is that weekend

http://www.randolphstreetmarket.com/

Gardens-there are two indoor conservatories, Garfield Park and Lincoln Park, you can get to both on public transport. If you go to Garfield Park, go straight to the conservatory and then straight back to the el, the surrounding neighborhood is a bit rough.

The Chicago Botanic Gardens are in a north suburb but you can get there via Metra

http://www.chicago-botanic.org/

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Its coffee time at every corner

by dircelo

Not only in Chicago, but everywhere in the US I found a new friend: Cinnamon Dulce (and Gabbana) Latte. It is so delicous and sweet.

Please keep it permanently! Anyway, not only coffee's, but also teas, soymilk, gifts, cakes and sandwhiches are served.

Most guests do not seem to have a home or office or both. They sit for ages with their papercups and laptops, perhaps looking up VT details. I guess papercups keep the coffee hotter. The first day of spring on January 17th (I think it was) in a Starbucks Coffee House

For a first time visitor to...

by rowan2352

For a first time visitor to Chicago I would take them to the Shed Aquarium and the Field Museum. Then go the dinner at Don Roth's Blackhawk for fabulous steaks. My fondest memoties of Chicago are when I was small and we used to go swimming at the beaches by the Museum of Science and Industry. We always took the bus and it was fun to see the different park along the route. We always went early and stayed until we were slightly cooked. It was great fun!

Thin Crust Pizza

by machomikemd

Chicago also has it's own version of the thin crust pizza that rivals the New Yorker Style Thin Crust Pizza hence While in Chicago most pizzerias serve thin-crust pizza, generally in a style characteristic to the city. The crust is thin and firm enough to have a noticeable crunch, unlike a New York-style pizza hence it is another good food trip for foodies like me! The crust is topped with a liberal quantity of Italian style tomato sauce, which usually has quite a lot of herbs or is highly spiced, and typically contains no visible chunks of tomato. Next, a layer of toppings is added, and finally a layer of mozzarella cheese. This pizza is cut into squares, also known as party cut, as opposed to a pie cut into wedges. However, the consistency of the crust and the quantity and choice of the tomato sauce and cheese are what separate this style from East Coast- and Roman-style pizzas, and it makes the pizza from most neighborhood pizzerias immediately distinguishable from that offered by national chains I Tasted the thin crust in just one joint in Lou Malnati's in their original store in Lincolnwood and the taste is heavenly! beat that Sbarro's!!!!!

a slice costs $ 3 and the whole pizza (size 18") costs from $ 16 to 26 depending on the number of toppings and again this is available everywhere!

Check out the Tribune Building...

by kinipela6

Check out the Tribune Building on Michegan. Check it out closely. The building has more than a hundred different pieces of stones from famous structures around the world built into it's walls. Like, Dom, the Gothic Cathedral in Cologne, Germany; The great pyramid in Egypt; St. Peters Ballista in Vatican City; Notre Dame in Paris, just to name a few! Below is a picture I took of the doorway- it's not the greatest photo...

Public Art - John Logan Statue (Grant Park)

by yooperprof

This is the Logan after whom Chicago's Logan Square is named. John Logan was an Illinois based Civil War general, later serving as Senator from Illinois from 1871-77, and from 1880 until his death in 1886. (He was the Republican Vice-Presidential candidate in 1884, running on a ticket with James Blaine.)

Logan is responsible for the founding of Memorial Day. He helped to establish the Grand Army of the Republic, a veteran's group, and while serving as its president proclaimed the observance of a remembrance day holiday on May 30, 1868.

The John Logan Statue in Grant Park was designed by the great August Saint-Gaudens with the assistance of Alexander Phimster Proctor, and unveiled in 1897. In 1968, the statue was swarmed by protesters who had gathered on the occasion of the Democratic National Convention, and there are several well-known photographs which show it being engulfed by young anti-establishment types. S. Michigan Avenue at 9th Street

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Address: 76 East Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60603, United States