Lincoln Park is one of Chicago’s most historic and popular neighborhoods, featuring beautiful historic homes mixed in with some of the most luxurious estates in the city. Known for it’s fantastic proximity to Lake Michigan, downtown, and great school districts, this neighborhood draws thousands of new residents each and every year.
Lincoln Park dining is a mix of smaller diners and extremely high end restaurants. Great diners include R.J. Grunts, Ranalli’s Pizza, and France’s Deli. This beautiful neighborhood is also home to some of Chicago’s highest end restaurants such as Boka, North Pond, and Alinea.
Perhaps Lincoln Park’s biggest attraction is it’s namesake Lincoln Park. Coming as a surprise to many, this park is larger then New York’s Central Park and remains one of the largest urban green spaces in the country. This great park is home to the fantastic free to the public Lincoln Park Zoo and the also free Lincoln Park Conservatory. At the edge of the park is several sprawling lake front beaches stretching from Fullerton Parkway to North Avenue.
Lincoln Park will not disappoint with its overwhelming amount of things to do and fantastic dining. If you want close proximity to downtown with a neighborhood feel then this is the place for you!!