Located on the north side of Chicago, the Lakeview neighborhood consists of three different sub-neighborhoods that feature distinct characteristics that consistently make this one of the most popular neighborhoods in Chicago.
West Lakeview (Southport Corridor) - West Lakeview features tree lined streets with an amazing mixture of historic greystones and luxury single family homes. The hub of this great neighborhood is Southport Avenue featuring great restaurants such as Crosby’s Kitchen, D’Agostino’s Pizza, and Corridor Brewery & Provisions. Fantastic boutiques are scattered throughout this neighborhood including Lululemon, Francesca’s, and Mint Julep. Other great aspects are Music Box Theater, Southport Lanes Bowling Alley, and Southport Fitness.
Central Lakeview (Wrigleyville) - Central Lakeview is positioned around the home of the Chicago Cubs: the famed Wrigley Field. Surrounding this historic stadium is some of the most vibrant nightlife in Chicago featuring John Barleycorn, Cubby Bear, Deuces and Diamonds, and Murphy’s Bleachers. Several small eateries are abound in this area such as Salt and Pepper Diner, Murphys Red Hots, and Cozy’s Noodles and Rice.
East Lakeview (Boystown) - East Lakeview is ever popular due to its unbelievable proximity to Lake Michigan running trails and beaches. Featuring tree lined streets with beautiful historic properties this neighborhood is home to great restaurants, nightlife, and one of the largest gay pride parades in the country. Fantastic bars and restaurants feature HB Home Bistro, Wood Restaurant, Roscoe’s, and Sidetrack. For entertainment this great neighborhood features Briar Theater, home of the famed Blue Man Group.
In conclusion, Lakeview maintains it's popular and neighborhood feel through its vast and eclectic mix of things to do. Living in this neighborhood gives you access to so much to do you may never leave!!