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Vietnamese Dining Guide to Chicago’s First “Shared Street”

The Argyle St. area of Uptown, home to the city’s largest Vietnamese population, just took a huge leap in becoming the city’s first “shared street,” which means the three-block neighborhood hub that runs from Broadway to N. Sheridan Rd. is now more like a plaza than a street. By raising the street to the same level as the sidewalk, implementing paved stones in place of asphalt, lowering the speed limit and enhancing the entire area with fresh landscaping, the district looks to breathe new life into the area and encourage passersby to branch out beyond the busier intersections. In light of Argyle’s evolution, it’s an apt time to revisit and explore the restaurants and markets that helped distinguish its identity in the first place and what’s going to make Chicago’s first “shared street” a success.

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