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Local Food + Drink
Ranked Number 1 by Zagat, the Oceanique is a French American styled seafood restaurant.
The Peckish Pig2 MILES AWAY
Evanston's first brew-pub featuring a bevy of beers and small plates.
Pete Miller's Steak and Seafood1 block away
Fine dining, offering an extensive steak, seafood and wine menu. The restaurant offers cozy booths and live jazz.
You don't have to go to Chicago for world famous deep-dish pizza.
Look for eclectic when you seek out SPACE. In this small concert hall, guests get a groovy selection of small-name music groups and live recordings to complement cocktails at the table.
Green fields and gorgeous views define Dawes as one of the most pristine parks in Illinois. With an eight minute walk, guests can observe the ocean and glistening sand of Greenwood Street Beach.
Block Museum of Art0.7 MILES AWAY
Explore more than 6,000 works of art at Northwestern University's Block Museum of Art.
Merrick Rose Garden0.5 MILES AWAY
Smell the many varieties of roses and view the Centennial Fountain at this historic garden.
Sports and Entertainment
Visit one of the iconic Major League Baseball parks and home to the Chicago Cubs, only 30 minutes from the hotel. Tour the stadium and surrounding area on gameday or anytime of the year to see the historic playgrounds and experience the nearby restaurants and shops.
Located within 40 minutes of our hotel, the venue is home to Chicago’s professional basketball and hockey teams. The Near West Side indoor arena also showcases live concerts, comedy shows, and family events.
This stadium is located on the campus of Northwestern University just off Lake Michigan and only ten minutes from the hotel. A great daytrip for either a football game and tailgating or tour the local campus and neighboring shops.
Joseph J. Gentile Arena
Head to Loyola University’s multi-purpose arena for NCAA men’s and women’s basketball, tournaments, and special events. The Joe, as it’s known by the locals, is within 20 minutes of the hotel, accessible by the Red and Purple public transit lines.