In the NYT’s Chicago summer preview, locals praise the city’s reopened clubs, theaters, restaurants and cultural attractions. The hope is that both returning favorites and new businesses will entice visitors.
The performing arts have returned, with Steppenwolf recently unveiling its new in-the-round Ensemble Theater.
On the culinary scene, Kasama’s 13-course Filipino tasting menu and the sleek Black-owned Bronzeville Winery are just a few of the city’s new offerings.
Neighborhood institutions like the National Museum of Mexican Art and Pullman National Monument boast new exhibits and infrastructure.
Chicago’s summer preview of events wouldn’t be complete without the return of Taste of Chicago and multiple music festivals!
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