Martha Stewart's Anderson, Chicago Travel Guide

Martha Stewart's Anderson, Chicago Travel Guide

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Here, you'll find something that appeals to every generation of the family. As well as a pair of clogs for a doll. Read more: www.marthastewart.com/905071/andersonville-chicago-travel-guide

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    This beloved bakery and grocery has a variety of spices, dried fruits and nuts, tasty dips and meze, baked feta pies, and falafel sandwiches.
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    Don't miss the three-course chef's farm tasting at this Dutch bistro, with a new farm featured each week. When the weather's nice, customers are welcome to bring their pooch and eat on the dog-friendly patio.
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    With an ever-changing menu based on seasonal ingredients, the Italian home-style food is served with wines that come in quartino carafes in case you'd like to sample a few.
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    Try the Southern heirloom cooking here in summer when you can sit on the outdoor patio. Bourbon enthusiasts can join the Big Jones Bourbon Society and get a stamp on their bourbon passport each time they sample a new bourbon or whiskey.
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    This new boutique for women features high-quality handmade clothing and accessories. You can even schedule after-hours shopping for yourself and a group of friends.
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    Owner Daniel Malone features unique finds from estate sales and auctions for this home furnishing shop. He sells everything from vintage dishware to antique farmhouse tables and hutches.
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    This urban boutique is the place to go for midcentury modern furniture, decorative objects, and art.
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    This Logan Square hot spot is a restaurant and a small modern inn. The restaurant specializes in regional fare, with a great selection of whiskey. The six rooms have quirky touches, such as cassette recorders and local quilts.
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    In the tony Gold Coast area, this property (formerly the Elysian) is on the high end of the spectrum, but the service, details, and restaurants are superb.
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    You can't have a truly cool main street if you don't have a serious coffee shop, and this place takes its brews seriously, stocking cult-favorite Intelligentsia beans. The owners have backgrounds in design, so the cafe looks as good as its coffee tastes.
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    Owner Larry Vodak, a former advertising executive, features local start-up designers and antiques in his spare, utilitarian shop.
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    A local watering hole known for serving mussels, Hopleaf also offers hearty fare, such as an organic Montreal-style brisket platter and Nueske's ham on pumpernickel with fries. All of which goes well with its vast selection of beers.
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