Southport Corridor is one of Chicago's best kept not-so-hidden gems. Tucked away just a few blocks west of Wrigleyville, it harbors everything needed to keep busy for an afternoon or longer (if you're not careful)!
Located directly off the Southport brown line L stop, Southport Corridor is easily accessible by public transit or easily walkable from the Lakeview and Roscoe Village neighborhoods.
What I love most about this area is that is has something for every occasion. Girls night, check! Date night, check! Casual morning, check! Late-night walk, check!
This little pocket comprised of a few city blocks can provide entertainment for an hour or seven, it just depends on what you're looking to do!
Snacks and Treats
Cafe Tola - Stop in for coffee and grab an empanada on the way out!
Corridor Brewery - Who doesn't love a neighborhood brewery? Perfect for lunch or late-night!
Southport Grocery and Cafe - The cutest neighborhood market with lots of homemade goodies! Julius Meinl - Stop in for a shot of espresso or croissant for a taste of Europe!
Foxtrot - A hybrid of coffee, drinks, snacks, stop by to work, for happy hour, or late-night talks!
Jeni's - A favorite all around, stop by for some yummy scoops and homemade waffle cones!
Lunch/ Dinner spots
Tuco and Blondie - Fun, eclectic, and insta-worthy Mexican food, drinks, and vibes!
Crosby's Kitchen - A neighborhood favorite, American food in a family-friendly environment!
Ella and Eli - Cozy, dark, and a little mysterious, perfect for date night or girls night!
Shop 'till you drop!
Apothecary Gift Shop