There’s no better way to learn about a place than by eating your way through it.
Lucky for you, you get to eat and listen to historical happenings on this walking food tour of the Noble Square and Wicker park neighborhoods. Studied by sociologists around the world for its rapid transformation in the ’80s and ’90s, the Wicker Park neighborhood had previously been home to gang bangers, drug addicts and prostitutes.
Today, it is often ranked in lists of “Coolest Neighborhoods” in America, and you get to learn all about why from your expert guide, who will not only tell you all about the neighborhoods’ histories, but will take you to the best eats around.
As you chow down, try to do so thoughtfully, and not ravenously.
What to expect
- Explore the past and present of the people, architecture, and foods of the vibrant Noble Square and Wicker Park neighborhoods
- Visit historic and gorgeous sites such as a Polish Catholic church, Gilded Age mansions on “Beer Baron Row,” and writer Nelson Algren’s home with your knowledgeable guide
- Be regaled with the rapidly changing history of these neighborhoods
- Enjoy tastings at top-rated establishments such as Lovely Bakery, Authentaco, Padhalanka and Stan’s Donuts
About this Activity
|Price||$45.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2.5 hours|
All sales are final. Rescheduling is only allowed if notice is provided at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled tour.