‘Tis the season at Park & Field’s Holiday Event, starting Nov. 25 and going through all of December. For a cold and breezy weekend, the event is off to a huge start, with a packed house of families building DIY gingerbread houses by the fireplace and sipping complimentary hot cocoa and coffee. There’s also a “Bottomless Boozy Brunch” served in the main room, great for a drink and stop at the buffet.
If you’re looking to stay local this Thanksgiving or haven’t been able to summon your usual Ina Garten hostessing chops, no worries — Logan Square has plenty of options to help you pull off a successfully delicious holiday.
The dog days of summer didn’t slow down Logan Square’s food and drink scene for a second. Catch up with LoganSquarist on what’s been happening!
Nothing says summer like sitting out on a patio in Logan Square with a cocktail in hand and laughs shared among friends. Not sure where to begin in a neighborhood with so many options? Here are seven bars to get you started.
With summer temperatures on the rise, we all need to find ways to cool off and enjoy the sunshine we Chicagoans wait for all winter long. There is no better way to accomplish this than indulging in sweet, frozen desserts.
Summer never ceases to be a busy season for Logan Square (so many patios, so little time!) so here’s a recap of what’s been happening.
This Mother’s Day show some love to the woman who’s always been there for you by taking her out to one of many Logan Square’s restaurant gems.
From tacos to margaritas to mariachi music, Logan Square is ready to help you celebrate Cinco de Mayo!
Easter is just around the corner and while this holiday means different things to different people, one thing is for sure — everyone loves a good Easter Sunday brunch.
Spring has sprung in Logan Square, which means it’s time to emerge from your cozy hibernation hidey-hole and check out what’s new in the neighborhood.