Chicago's Roscoe Village Neighborhood
Featuring a wealth of great restaurants, bars and boutiques, Roscoe Village is a vibrant, thriving, community-oriented niche of the city. Shady and tranquil side streets make it an attractive locale for all types of households, and there are many excellent public and private schools, parks, and childhood learning and entertainment centers throughout the neighborhood. Grown-ups will appreciate the dozens of local eateries offering award-winning sushi, Mediterranean, South American and Italian cuisines (among others), and the nearby watering holes and wine depots. Several booming businesses, cool shops and charming boutiques cater to a mixed bag of shoppers.
Antiques Row, on Roscoe Village's southern border, is the largest collection of antique stores in the Midwest. Other shopping highlights include Collection Privee (designer clothing), Skyscraper Heels (ultra-hip shoes), Cinnamon (accessories), Little Threads (the coolest kids clothing and baby gear), Of Mutts and Men (for pampered pets), and Hard Boiled Records and Video (new and used vinyl and CDs).
The majority of Roscoe Village housing is two- and three-flats, vintage walk-ups and single family homes with an injection of new condo constructions and conversions like the Eversharp Pencil Factory. Public transportation is easy with two CTA Brown Line train stops, and bus routes on Addison, Belmont, Damen, Western and Lincoln.
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