Dating ideas in chicago
Get your names in early, then treat your date to a Cross of Gold or two beforehand.
For dining in this 'hood, you’ll find the infamous Kuma’s Corner for some of the best burgers in the city (as long as you and your date can withstand the Slayer-grade metal on repeat) or Honey Butter Fried Chicken, where you can grab food to go for a picnic in Brands Park down the street.
From Bim Bim Bop, Ramen and soups, we’re sure your belly will love you for this delicious visit. Open every day except Tuesday, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Palmisano Park (also known as “Mount Bridgeport” or Stone Quarry) has 27 acres of paths through wetlands to roam with your Sugar Shack sweets.
You’ll even find rotisserie duck for two at gastro-tavern The Duck Inn for dinner and 450 beers at the eclectic dive Maria’s Packaged Goods and Community Bar.
Indulge in a hearty Swedish brunch before hitting the trails Nosh on Swedish pancakes or Belgian waffles piled with fruit at the Tre Kronor diner, then swing by Beijo de Chocolat, which specializes in hard-to-find Brazilian chocolate, for take-home treats.
You’ll want to walk off that breakfast, so continue for a stroll through Ronan Park’s Multicultural Sculpture Park & Healing Garden or the trails around the North Park Village Nature Center.