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The best deep dish pizza, in the best deep dish town. Potentially, in the universe. – Dave
Upscale, amazing, Michelin-starred cuisine. – Trevor
My ASCO secret weapon: Michelin-recommended food, walking distance from the convention center! – Dave
ASCO-walkable: A pioneering Thai restaurant in Chicago. It’s BYO — go for the Tiger Cry! – Dave
ASCO-walkable: The best rooftop view of the South Side. Walk there from the convention center!
ASCO-walkable: Amazing Views, better drinks.
America’s Steakhouse. Great view of the Chicago River. Get the tomahawk steak! – Meredith
A dizzying array of meats, cheeses and yes, even vegetables. Designed to be shared! – Trevor
Authentic deep dish pizza, visited here all the time growing up! – Mandy
They don’t make ‘em like this anymore. The second-oldest ballpark in America. Learn the traditions, and the curses. – Dave
Free to all, open 365 days a year. Since 1868. Go see a tiger! – Dave
Put on your flip-flops, ride the subway and hop out right on the beach. Speaking from experience. – Dave
Ride a lightning fast elevator to the top of Chicago. Best view in the Midwest!
Blink and you’ll miss it, but remember: Route 66, The Mother Road, starts in downtown Chicago.
Technically called Cloud Gate, it’s a legendarily popular piece of public art. Designed by Anish Kapoor.
If the weather is good, take a long walk amidst Chicago’s skyscrapers. Along the way check out the floating garden, Chicago Brewhouse, and more! – Dave
A carnival on the water. There’s a beer garden in there, too!
Take a magical ride above the Magnificent Mile! – Adam
Formerly The Hancock Tower, the views are tops.
Step into living history in maybe the best musical block on earth. Legendary clubs like Kingston Mines and B.L.U.E.S. await! – Dave
Architecture buffs: don’t pass up the most famous Frank Lloyd Wright house in Chicago. – Dave
Filled with wonders: a German U-Boat, the giant heart, and a tornado simulator!
Second largest art collection in the US. See American Gothic and Nighthawks; spend a “Sunday in the Park with George!” – Dave