Best For: Young and Growing Families, Quiet Seekers
About Irving Park
Home to some of Chicago’s largest and most historic homes, Irving Park can often feel like a throwback in a developing city. Irving Park has a suburban-urban feel and while it’s a large neighborhood, can often feel like a hidden gem in Chicago.
Quieter than it’s neighbors to the south in Logan Square and Bucktown, Irving Park is great for families who are not interest in moving to the burbs, as it features plenty of restaurants.
Single family homes dominate Irving Park and it’s slightly further distance to downtown means slightly lower prices than some other neighborhoods on the Northwest Side of the city.
Living in Irving Park
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See what it's like to live in the Irving Park neighborhood of Chicago with reviews and statistics on crime, real estate, and cost of living.
Eating in Irving Park
Where are the best and hottest new restaurants?
Browsing all of Irving Park, Chicago, IL - Smoque BBQ, Kuma's Corner - Belmont, Little Bucharest Bistro, Shokran Moroccan Restaurant, Patino's Grill, Longman & Eagle, La Villa Restaurant, Honey Butter Fried Chicken, Noon O Kabab, La Nonna