A Day in Chicago

I recently visited a friend in Chicago and had a great time experiencing what the city has to offer!

One of our first stops was to The Bean, which is a beautiful and interactive sculpture piece located in Millennium Park. It was a fun start to our day and a super unique photo op spot. Half Acre is a microbrewery that also made the list that day. Talk about a low key and high energy to stop for a cold one! The beer was fun to sample, as was the food. To round off our time we made our way down to Wrigleyville. Regardless of who you root for, if you haven’t been to Wrigley field you have to go! I had been there before so knew what to expect, though The Cubs played that day and it was the game that got them in to The World Series, so the energy was unreal.

This doesn’t even scratch the surface of things to do in Chicago, but it’s a good start. Tell me… what is your favorite thing to do in The Windy City?

Lou Malnati’s Pizzaria – Chicago

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If you are looking for authentic deep dish Chicago-style pizza, then look no further!

Lou Malnati’s is the original creator of the city’s signature dish since the 1940’s and happens to be my favorite place to pick up a pizza when I am in the area. Learn more about their history, how they create pizzas, and find their locations by clicking here.

And be sure to check it out next time you visit The Windy City. I promise you will not be disappointed, XOXO.