Located on the northwest side of Chicago, Logan Square has a rich history of being a haven for immigrants. This tour highlights The Dill Pickle Food Co-op as the local business, L’Patron as the authentic eatery, The Logan Square Theatre for a vintage movie experience, the local farmer’s market for freshly-sourced produce, and the 606 trails as the historic and storied outdoor space. To get to Logan Square from campus, take the Green Line towards Harlem/Lake and transfer to the Blue Line (towards O’Hare) at the Clark/Lake stop. Get off the Blue Line train at Logan Square, and you’ll find yourself in the heart of the neighborhood. This tour can be completed as a self-guided walking tour, or virtually from the comfort of your home.
This vintage theater has been around since 1915
Filled with tons of produce, check out the Logan Square Farmer's Market
A true cooperative, the Dill Pickle is named after an old speakeasy
Learn more about the history of Logan Square
A trail and park with an exciting history
Come here for authentic tacos and a relaxed atmosphere
Since its inception in 1962, the LSNA has been advocating for community residents