Quick Tips for Business Travelers: Chicago
Spring is finally here! After a particularly long winter for many Chicagoans, it’s time to go outdoors and explore. A few of our colleagues are headed to the Windy City this week for Converge Live Chicago, so we compiled a guide of the top things to do in Chicago.
Food and Drink:
For beer lovers
Craft beer connoisseurs won’t want to miss a stop at Goose Island Brewery, one of the most successful craft breweries in the Midwest.
If you’re looking for a restaurant off the beaten path,The Purple Pig is your go-to place. They serve small Mediterranean plates and house-cured meats. Plus, they have a lengthy wine list for vino lovers.
For carb lovers
Wrigley Field is a must-see attraction. Watch the 2016 World Champion Chicago Cubs play, and explore the neighborhood of Wrigleyville after the game to grab a drink or dinner at one of the 48 bars and restaurants in the area.
What better way to learn about Chicago’s rich architectural history than on a boat tour across the river? Sit back and relax as an expert guide shares how Chicago grew to become one of the world’s largest cities with the most distinctive buildings.
You can’t leave Chicago without touring iconic Millennium Park. Explore the lakefront, check out a free concert and take a picture in front of the iconic “Bean.”
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