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Andersonville Chicago apartments are in one of the city's most desirable neighborhoods, filled with lots of charm and quiet tree-lined streets.
Dining in Andersonville Chicago
So many dining options in Andersonville, ranging from quick bites of pizza or sushi to deep bowls of pasta or fresh garden salads, make this northside enclave a neighborhood that has it all for apartment renters. Locals love the inventive sandwiches and long list of craft beers at Jerry’s on Clark St.
Nightlife in Andersonville Chicago
Folks who live in Andersonville apartments won’t need to worry about finding nightlife options near them, with most apartments being within walking distance or at least a short taxi ride to the numerous bars along N Clark St. Simon’s Tavern is a legendary neighborhood watering hole and fans of Belgian brews with sides of Flemish dinner fare flock to the Hopleaf on Clark st.
Coffee in Andersonville Chicago
If you’re looking for apartments in Andersonville, Chicago, you’re likely to end up within walking distance of a coffee shop. Residents dig the high ceilings and large windows of the La Colombe cafe at Foster Ave and N Clark St. Several other caffeine outposts are available along Clark St. Broadway has places to get a casual cup of joe, such as Chicago Grind Coffeehouse.
History in Andersonville
The Swedish American History Museum is a multi-level museum and art gallery that exists in the space of the former Lind Hardware store in the Andersonville neighborhood of Chicago. Many locals and passersby will recognize the museum for the replica water tower on the roof painted to resemble the Swedish national flag. The original water tower was in place for nearly 90 years until the winter of 2014, when extremely harsh weather conditions damaged the tower.