Mark Your Calendar for “Savor Lincoln Park” on January 21

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Join the fun at this one-of-a-kind celebration of food, music and the Lincoln Park community on January 21 from 6-9 p.m.

At “Savor Lincoln Park,” you can sample cuisine from some of Lincoln Park’s finest restaurants, and toast your friends and neighbors with beer, wine and signature cocktail. Savor Lincoln Park will be a food-lover’s dream, from fondue and fresh seafood bites to BBQ and pizza…and delectable desserts. Guests will enjoy live music and exciting silent auction items from Chicago’s best destinations all while taking in the sweeping Chicago skyline view from the third story of the new Fox Ford Lincoln.

Delicious food will be provided by Adobe Gila’s, The Breakfast Lounge, de Quay, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, ​Earls Kitchen + Bar, Firecakes Donuts, Four Corners Tavern Group, Geja’s Café, Insomnia Cookies, Kings Bowl, Knife & Tine, Standard Market Grill, Strings Ramen, Vanille Patisserie, Zoom Pizza Factory, and more.

With world-class shopping, dining and entertainment options in every corner of our neighborhood, Lincoln Park is the perfect community for residents to raise a family or for our city’s visitors to embrace the character and charm of the “City on the Lake.”

Located just two miles North of the Magnificent Mile and downtown’s many hotels and attractions, Lincoln Park is home to destinations of its own unmatched in the City or region. Whether its arts and culture, regional and award-winning cuisine or first-class shopping you seek, Lincoln Park offers an inspired experience for the daily, weekly or lifelong visitor to the area.

With a major university, several museums and theatres, historic homes, public transportation options, skyline views and ample open space coming together as a cohesive experience, Lincoln Park welcomes students, young professionals, families and even celebrities to its bustling, tree-lined streets in a quaint urban environment.

On behalf of the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce (LPCC) Board of Directors, staff and approximately 450 member businesses that help make this community unlike any other in Chicago, they are honored to welcome you to our neighborhood.

The LPCC is a membership-based organization that is committed to serving the needs of local businesses and supporting the future of the Lincoln Park neighborhood. Through marketing and advertising opportunities, business advocacy, community and government relations, the LPCC drives the business community in Lincoln Park forward. The LPCC also has the connections across Lincoln Park that keep us informed so businesses can focus on growing their business.

Join the fun of window-shopping, volleyball along the lakefront, coffee at a sidewalk café or a special date night. This bustling urban community is rich in activities and opportunities for personal growth; from volunteering to enjoying the great outdoors, Lincoln Park’s business community comes together to form a haven within a major metropolitan city.

Lincoln Park is home to an established, diverse customer base that is informed about the issues that impact their community. From DePaul students and young professionals to families that have called the neighborhood home for years, Lincoln Park has the right mix to help any business succeed. Lincoln Park Zoo. Summer House Santa Monica. Steppenwolf Theatre Company. Geja’s Cafe. The Chicago History Museum. Goose Island Beer Company. Park West. Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba. Victory Gardens. Twin Anchors. These are just a few of the famous businesses that call Lincoln Park home. Further, DePaul University, the country’s largest Catholic university, is located in the heart of our neighborhood and is always a-buzz with students, faculty and visitors.


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