Wicker Park

Uniquely charming with a mix of both old buildings and new architecture giving it a cozy feeling.


Welcome to Wicker Park

One of the trendiest neighborhoods in the Chicago area.
Wicker Park is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Chicago. It has been an integral part of the community since Chicago’s incorporation in 1837 and it has a rich history. Wicker Park has a hip, trend setting atmosphere with some of the most premier nightlife in the city. You’ll also find a massive selection of venues for music, art, and more. Wicker Park is known to have great walkability and architecture. Between vintage clothing stores and art galleries you can find delicious food and some of the most unique attractions in Chicago. Milwaukee Avenue runs directly through Wicker Park with plenty of chances to stop and take in the scenery. 
Wicker Park has maintained its place as one of the hippest places to live. The Flat Iron Building brings old-school art collectives to life with beautiful murals. You can pre-game at Emporium Wicker Park, stop through the local shops, or just enjoy a day at the 606 strolling through nature. Wicker Park is uniquely charming with a mix of both old buildings and new architecture giving it a cozy feeling.

What to Love

  • One-of-a-kind attractions, like the 606 
  • Some of the best street food in Chicago  
  • Central location 

Local Lifestyle 

Wicker Park has been known as a place one can find great craft cocktails, up-and-coming restaurants, eclectic shopping options, and a diverse group of residents who make the community great. Wicker Park is nestled in its own slice of old Chicago with many beautifully maintained homes and buildings on display. You might find residents enjoying a walk through the 606, an abandoned railway turned green space that always has something going on. You can find local art, delicious meals, and more all from the comfort of your own neighborhood. Despite its trendy exterior, Wicker Park is both luxurious and open to all kinds of residents.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Mama Delia is a restaurant, sherry bar and gourmet market in Wicker Park, Chicago. They specialize in a contemporary Spanish experience with tapas and the finest products from the best producers in Spain. 
Etta has a couple locations in Chicago, one of which is in Wicker Park. They specialize in wood-fired pizza, salads with locally sourced fresh ingredients, and handmade pasta. The spinach and artichoke pizza with clover honey and the braised rabbit with farfalle pasta are just a couple of favorites on the menu. 
Another pizzeria with a couple locations in Chicago is the Parlor Pizza Bar. Their specialty is Neapolitan pizza, and they have a large rooftop patio with ping pong tables that is popular in the summer. Their Wicker Park location has a late night menu and a bloody Mary bar. 
Another popular rooftop bar is Whiskey Business. Their movie nights and karaoke nights are especially popular. With 100 different whiskeys available, there are plenty of fun cocktails to try each time you come. 
Lottie’s Pub is a traditional sports bar with a vintage vibe. Coors Brewing Co. gave them an honorable mention for being a favored neighborhood tavern. They also have heated tents to rent for private game-time parties at Camp Lotties. At The Robey hotel, you will find the Up Room lounge on the 13th floor of the tallest building in Wicker Park.

Things to Do

Wicker Park’s namesake park is fun for any family with a fantastic playground and well-manicured grounds. The annual Wicker Park Fest attracts thousands of people across Chicago to enjoy concerts and fine vendors along Milwaukee Avenue. Do Division Street Fest is a family friendly festival with a petting zoo, slides, train rides, concerts with children’s music, and more. 
The Bloomingdale Trail is an elevated trail that runs along the northwest side of Chicago for two-and-a-half miles. It is located at The 606, a former railway that has been transformed into an urban park.


Residents in Wicker Park are served by the Chicago Public School system along with private schools. 

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