Affordable • Historic • Dining
Irving Park, on Chicago's northeast side, is the United Nations of signature eateries that reflect this hood's European roots. This area exudes a peaceful, quiet charm with its Victorian homes and two-flat apartments. Shopping, drinking and dining are pretty relaxed and low key. Horner's Park is a shady summer haven, but it also has a harrowing hill for tobagganing in winter that may land you in the river without super-inspired maneuvering.
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