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Just like any other great city of America , Chicago has a lot of attractions to keep its tourists engaged  More...
From fine dining to fast food, Chicago has a distinctive flavor you wouldn't find anywhere else.   More...
“Chicago is second to none!” wrote a proud local to a magazine that dared to call her ‘the Second City'.   More...
There's simply no better place to shop in Chicago than the Magnificent Mile, the world-famous stretch of Michigan Avenue  More...
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From fine dining to fast food, Chicago has a distinctive flavor you wouldn't find anywhere else. It's here that the biggest food chains trace their origins: from Cracker Jack in 1893, to Hostess Twinkie in 1930 to McDonald's in 1955.

Be it a quick hot dog grabbed at a stand or fine-dining at upscale restaurants, Chicagoans know their food and savor it without pomp or bombast.

Your first whiff of Chicago's culinary treasures starts with O' Hare International Airport. Located conveniently close to the Airport is the famous Gene & Jude's Red Hot Stand (River Rd). It would be easy to ignore the stand, if it hadn't been for the throngs of people who drive here to enjoy those succulent dogs. From O'Hare, a complimentary 5-minute shuttle ride will transport you to the luxuries of the Ramada O'Hare (N. Mannheim Road). Work up an appetite at the hotel's 9-hole golf course, then pop in to Barley's Restaurant, the fun casual dining spot at Radisson O'Hare .

Hyatt Rosemont (N. River Road) which offers complimentary guest parking for guests driving in. The Sofitel O'Hare is another gem on River Road – with its traditional French décor and exquisite French cuisine, the Sofitel O' Hare is a prominent Chicago landmark in fine dining.

For an authentic Chicago “dawg”, pop into the Superdawg Drive-In at North Milwaukee Ave, hailed for its “irresistible retro kitsch” by Best of CitySearch 2003.

The Hilton Northbrook (Milwaukee Ave) is nearby, offering avid golfers a chance to tee off from the Mission Hills Golf Course. The Hilton Northbrook is one block shy of the River Trail Nature Center, a must-see while in Chicago.

Find more of the famed Chicago Dogs at Gold Coast Dogs on Wabash Avenue. Wabash Avenue is a popular haunt of locals as well as visitors for its many critically-acclaimed restaurants. Don't miss Gioco, the trendy Italian restaurant on the South side or Opera, an upscale restaurant offering a tantalizing taste of China. Nestled in the midst of some of Chicago's finest dining establishments, the Silversmith Crowne Plaza (S. Wabash) is a great starting point to your tour of Chicago Attractions such as nearby Grant Park, John G Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Buckingham Fountain.

Excellent shopping and dining awaits you at the Magnificent Mile, that famed stretch of Michigan Avenue, which lies between the Chicago River and Lincoln Park up North.

While here, don't miss the incredible crusty pizzas at Giordano's on N. Rush Street, close to the Lenox Suites Hotel . The nearby Le Colonial serves up incredible French-Vietnamese fare, relished by locals and visitors alike. With the Mag Mile at its doorstep, the Drake Hotel is loved for its famous Coq d'Or bar, which dates back to the Prohibition era.

Tucked away in the quiet, tree-lined Chestnut Street, Seneca Hotel provides a relaxing oasis close to the hustle and bustle of the Magnificent Mile. You can't resist the authentic Italian fare at Contare Ristorante, the old-country style Italian restaurant at Seneca . The Tremont Hotel (E. Chestnut) is another famous landmark on the street. A 1928 building, the Hotel was completely restored in 1996 and is just a few blocks shy of the famed Museum of contemporary Arts.

If you love your Sushi and maki rolls, cab it to the friendly and affordable Hey Sushi on N. Clark Street. The Days Inn Gold Coast (N. Clark Street) takes you deep into the heart of famed Lincoln Park, a bustling but primarily residential area. Stroll into the Lincoln Park Zoo, which offers free entry into the world of Gorillas, Galapagos turtles, Monstrous monitor lizards, bats and exotic spiders.

Down South on Clark Street, enjoy great seafood at the primarily corporate hangout called Nick's Fishmarket.

For the no-nonsense stake lover, there's none better than Pete Miller's Steakhouse at Sherman Avenue. The Best Western University Plaza isn't far, with an exciting adventure at Lake Michigan just 4 blocks away. The hotel is easily accessible from public transportation.

Meat lovers have more in store at the much-acclaimed Ruth's Chris Steak House on N. Dearborn St. Ruth's is conveniently close to Lowe's House of Blues , where you can marvel at the Gothic, Moroccan, Indian and American folk art motifs which reflect the ambience of the House of Blues Club and Restaurant in the same complex.

For haute French fare, Ambria, the 4-Star French restaurant on N. Lincoln Park West is THE place to dine. Just three blocks away from Lincoln Park, the Majestic Hotel (West Brampton Ave) holds court. The hotel offers a refreshing start to your stay with a scrumptious complimentary continental breakfast and afternoon tea. Its 52 suites feature butler pantries with refrigerator, microwave and wet bar. Acclaimed for its unique “sense of 19 th century French countryside”, The Willows Hotel is great for a stay within a stone's throw from Lincoln Park.

Cap your culinary journey with the fine French fare at Le Titi de Paris, W. Dundee Road. With your droopy eyes and giddy heart, you can't be persuaded to check into a hotel halfway across town. Luckily, the delightful La Quinta Inn Arlington is nearby. Before you nod off into dreamland, take a moment to admire the spacious, bright baths featuring Corian vanities and the elegant angled mirrors. After a rejuvenating complimentary breakfast tomorrow morning, you'll be as good as new.

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