Now that the movers are gone and you're situated in your new home, you might be wondering what kinds of things there are to do in Chicago, your new hometown. How about checking out the surrounding neighborhoods? Here are two must-sees.
Located in the West Town community area, Wicker Park is the spot to be if you're into the indie or hipster scenes and can't get enough of the elegant style of Victorian architecture. With German, Scandinavian and Eastern European communities compacted together in this place, you know there's got to be some seriously delicious dining opportunities. And while the shopping boutiques are divine, the arts and culture venues are even better.
If you're a baseball fan, Bridgeport is the place to be for all things White Sox, despite the fact that they play in Armour Square, the next neighborhood over. A working class community with plenty of culture and fantastic eateries, this is one of Chicago's most popular up-and-coming neighborhoods. With a hip new art scene and plenty of galleries, you'll have lots of things to see in this community.