Logan Square, Chicago Places

Part of our Chicago travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Logan Square, including Wolfbait & B-Girls, WhirlyBall and Quenchers Saloon.
  • The best place in Logan Square Chicago: Wolfbait & B-Girls

    Wolfbait & B-Girls

    3131 W Logan Blvd
    M-Sa 10AM-7PM, Su 10AM-4PM. Clothes and jewelry for women, with everything designed, handmade, and sold in Chicago.
    Logan Square
  • WhirlyBall

    WhirlyBall

    1880 W Fullerton Ave
    M-F 10AM-2AM, Sa noon-3AM, Su noon-2AM. Walk-ins $10 for 30 minutes (minimum four people) for whirlyball, $6 per person per 15 minutes for laser tag. An entertainment center with two fine ways to burn off steam: the title game, which adds the bumper cars that Native Americans always meant lacrosse to have, and laser tag. Packages are available with beer and bar food.
    Lincoln Park
  • Quenchers Saloon

    Quenchers Saloon

    2401 N Western Ave
    Su-F 11AM-2AM, Sa 11AM-3AM. 200 different beers from around the world, 60 different whiskeys, and a decent bar menu. Everyone drinks together at this comfortable neighborhood bar. There's live music every night except Sunday, mostly jazz with some rock and DJs on the weekends.
    Logan Square
  • St Mary of the Angels Church

    St Mary of the Angels Church

    1850 N Hermitage Ave
    Masses M-F 7AM & 5:30PM, Sa 8AM &5PM, Su 8AM, 9:30AM Polish, 11AM, 12:30PM Spanish, 7:15PM; church hours M-F 8AM-4PM, Sa 8AM-6:30PM, Su 8AM-8:30PM. One of the city's most beautiful churches, this classic Polish Cathedral is now administered by the priests of the Opus Dei order of Catholicism.
    Lincoln Park food nearby
  • Rosa's Lounge

    Rosa's Lounge

    3420 W Armitage Ave
    Doors open 8pm ~Shows: Tue-Thu-Fri 9:30PM, Sat 10PM. Most shows $7-20.
    Logan Square
  • Covenant Presbyterian Church

    Covenant Presbyterian Church

    2012 W Dickens Ave
    This Presbyterian church is housed in the former Cathedral of All Saints of the Polish National Catholic Church in Chicago. A historic church building, its interior decor is painted in a style imitating Master Cracovian painter Stanisław Wyspiański, while the nave is lined with depictions of the historic crests of Polish cities.
    Lincoln Park restaurants nearby
  • Fireside Bowl

    Fireside Bowl

    2648 W Fullerton Ave
    M-F 4PM-2AM, Sa 2PM-3AM, Su 2PM-midnight. Shows on Sunday nights.. Lanes $3.50 a game/$20 per hour. There are better places to bowl and much better places to see live music, but this is hallowed ground for the teen punk of the '80s and '90s, when the Fireside was a cheap, all-ages venue punk, hardcore, emo, and more. It's definitely not that any more — not surprisingly, neighborhood residents were never fond of the noise and the youth, and the owner found it easier to survive as a straight bowling alley.
    Logan Square food nearby
  • Congress Theater

    Congress Theater

    2135 N Milwaukee Ave
    Opened in 1926 and still adorned with gorgeous terra cotta, the semi-decrepit Congress Theater is now home to the twin powers of Mexican wrestling and indie rock of an occasionally exceptional caliber. It's standing room only on the floor, but there is first-come first-serve seating in the balcony.
    Logan Square eat nearby
  • Diversey River Bowl

    Diversey River Bowl

    2211 W Diversey Pkwy
    Su-F 12PM-2AM, Sa Sept-May 9AM-3AM, summer 12PM-3AM. M-Th $19/hr per lane, but only $1 per game noon-5PM; F-Sa $32/hr per lane, $39/hr 6PM-close. Never mind the bollocks, it's the Rock 'n Bowl. 36 lanes ensure that you won't be crowded out by league play, although there can be a long wait on weekends. The music and staff are great, pitchers of beer (cheap and classy) and pizza (greasy and, uh, greasy) are available, and old-school arcade games and photo-booths help pass the wait, and it's smoke-free.
    Logan Square
  • Webster's Wine Bar

    Webster's Wine Bar

    1480 W Webster Ave
    M-F 5PM-2AM, Sa 4PM-3AM, Su 4PM-2AM. Webster's has wine tastings/classes twice a month, and all of the expertise to satisfy a sophisticate.
    Lincoln Park
  • Dunlays on the Square

    Dunlays on the Square

    3137 W. Logan Blvd. Chicgao, IL 60647
    DINING ROOM Sunday: 10:00am - 11pm Monday: 4:30pm - 12am Tuesday - Thursday: 11:30am - 12am Friday: 11:30am - 1am Saturday: 10:00am - 1am BAR Sunday: 10:00am - 12am Monday: 4:30pm - 2am Tuesday - Friday: 11:30am - 2am Saturday: 10:00am - 3am. Beautiful bar, comfortable booths, good beer & great food (even for the veggies out there!)
    Logan Square
  • Irazu

    Irazu

    1865 N Milwaukee Ave
    Chicago's first and only Costa Rican Restaurant BYOB, Catering, Delivery, Veggie Friendly, Sunday Dining Room Rental Available
    Logan Square
  • The Bristol

    The Bristol

    2152 N Damen Ave
  • G-Mart

    2641 N Kedzie Ave
    M-Tu,Th,Sa noon-7PM, W,F noon-8PM, Su noon-6PM. If you need a comic book fix, G-Mart is the place. They carry titles from major and indie publishers alike, sold by a gonzo sales crew.
    Logan Square
  • St. Hyacinth Basilica

    3636 W Wolfram St
    Church hours 5:30AM-8PM daily; masses are split evenly between English and Polish. Another of Chicago's gorgeous Polish Cathedrals, the three towers of St. Hyacinth's Basilica are a landmark of the Avondale neighborhood. The paintings and stained glass windows inside are very much worth a look.
    Avondale restaurants nearby
  • Threads, Etc.

    2327 N Milwaukee Ave
    M-Sa 11AM-7PM, Su 11AM-5PM. A nearly warehouse-sized resale store, covering two floors. There's more furniture than anything else, but there should be some good finds on any given day amid the intriguing clutter.
    Logan Square
  • Charleston

    Charleston

    2076 N Hoyne Ave
    M-F 3PM-2AM, Sa-Su 2PM-2AM. An old-time Bucktown joint with a big selection of reasonably priced beer and an impressive antique wood bar. There's a Jazz Jam every Tuesday night, and rock/folk/jazz shows most Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
    Lincoln Park
  • The Red Balloon

    2060 N Damen Ave
    M-W,F-Sa 10AM-6PM, Th 10AM-6:30PM, Su noon-5PM. Fun, original clothes, furniture, and toys for kids — if you'd like to get your child's life started right, you'll know the value of a magnetized wooden pirate ship (complete with crew and monkey).
    Lincoln Park
  • Odd Obsession

    1822 N Milwaukee
    M-F 2PM-10PM, Sa-Su noon-10PM. Ultra-eccentric video rental store. YouTube pales, cuts its hair and goes to law school next to the rarities found here. It’s cheap, too.
    Logan Square
  • Gorilla Tango Theater

    1919 N Milwaukee Ave
    Not many places in Chicago can match Gorilla Tango for sheer quantity — even on cold, quiet Wednesday nights, you'll find two unknown theater companies doing low-budget comedies at this Bucktown storefront theater. The end results may be scattershot, but the energy is usually high and the titles alone will liven up any story about what you did on your trip.
    Logan Square eat nearby
  • Buona Terra

    Buona Terra

    2535 N California Ave
    Tu-Th 5-10PM, F-Sa 5-11PM, Su 4-9PM. $14-20; Thursday night prix fixe dinner for $20. Great Italian restaurant in Logan Square.
    Logan Square
  • Cafe Con Leche

    Cafe Con Leche

    2714 N Milwaukee Ave
    The Original, in the heart of Logan Square!
    Logan Square
  • Map Room

    Map Room

    1949 N Hoyne Ave
    M-F 6:30AM-2AM, Sa 7:30AM-3AM, Su 11AM-2AM. Their motto is "Don't be lost," but you may as well give in to their disorienting collection of exotic beers. Their tap selection is one of the more extensive in the city, with surprises for even the most jaded beer drinker: extensive draught and bottle menu, including a cask-conditioned selection, but occasionally unfriendly management.
    Lincoln Park
  • Le Bouchon

    Le Bouchon

    1958 N Damen Ave
    Lunch M-Sa 11:30AM-2:30PM, dinner M-Th 5:30PM-10PM, F-Sa 5PM-11PM, Su closed. $22. In Bucktown. Small, funky bistro with a limited but excellent menu of standard French fare. For peak dining hours you will need a reservation. Reasonably priced. Monday is 1/2-price wine night, and on Tuesday the entire menu is prix fixe – your choice of appetizer, main course, and dessert for
    Lincoln Park
  • Cafe Laguardia

    Cafe Laguardia

    2111 W Armitage Ave
    Café Laguardia is known as one of the best Cuban Chicago restaurants, located in the Bucktown Wicker Park neighborhood on the northwest side, about three miles from downtown Chicago.
    Lincoln Park
  • Owen and Engine

    Owen and Engine

    2700 N Western Ave
    www.owenengine.com www.beermenus.com/cities/chicago/bars/owen-engine
    Logan Square
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