Best For: Young Families, Artists and Creatives, Foodies
About Wicker Park
Wicker Park is a dynamic neighborhood filled with lots to do for nearly everyone. Walking in Wicker Park you’ll run into a diverse mix of people and homes.
Located on the city’s northwest side, the neighborhoods offers an easy commute downtown with access to the Blue Line and highway as well as numerous bus lines. Wicker Park features a bunch of incredible restaurants along Division, North, Damen, and Milwaukee avenues that range from quick tacos to Michelin-star fine dining.
Wicker Park homes are some of the more expensive in the city, so plan accordingly when budgeting. Single Family Homes often run over a million dollars, but there are more affordable condos commonly available.
Living in Wicker Park
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See what it's like to live in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago with reviews and statistics on crime, real estate, and cost of living.
Eating in Wicker Park
Where are the best and hottest new restaurants?
Best Restaurants in Wicker Park, Chicago, IL - etta, Dove's Luncheonette, The Delta, Cebu, Angry Pig Tavern, Tricycle Chicago, Osteria Rusticana, The Bongo Room, Mindy's Hot Chocolate, Mott St, Machine: Engineered Dining & Drink, Café Cancale, Cafe Robey, Small Cheval, Cafe Istanbul, Oiistar, The Violet Hour, Hash, En Hakkore 2.0, Urbanbelly, Furious Spoon - Wicker Park, Handlebar, Antique Taco, No Bones Beach Club, Fifolet, Las Palmas, Folklore Argentine Grill, Taxim, Colectivo Coffee Roasters, Kizuki Ramen & Izakaya