Conde Nast Traveler revisits Chicago and finds that America’s largest Midwestern City has plenty to brag about!
The fourth edition of the Chicago Architecture Biennial returns, challenging community groups and international designers to rethink abandoned urban spaces in the “Available City”.
A bold new hotel, the Pendry Chicago, leaves its aesthetic mark on the historic Carbide & Carbon Building.
Chef Joe Flamm’s Adriatic-inspired menu at Rose Mary sets high expectations in Fulton Market. Nearby, Chef Guillermo Reyes also honors his heritage with Mexican concept Chikatana. And farther north, Chef Zubair Mohajir’s Indian concept Amăn raises the culinary stakes in West Town.
And this fall the highly-anticipated Museum of the Obama Presidential Center will break ground in Chicago’s historic South Side, an area constantly evolving thanks to bold creatives and tastemakers.
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