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6 Reasons Why Sepia Is One of Chicago’s Most Important Restaurants

Sepia has entered a rare restaurant club in Chicago In its 10th year in business, Sepia has entered a rare restaurant club in Chicago, among the uppermost echelons of destinations that are an indelible part of the city’s dining DNA. In line with other game-changers and industry-shapers like Blackbird, BOKA, NAHA and Topolobampo, Sepia is a timeless gem that somehow only gets better […]

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Jul 25, 2017 12:10 AM
Best Bars for a Summer Night Cap in Chicago

Polish off a night on the town with a Summer Night Cap One of the quintessential parts of summer in Chicago involves lingering for hours on end on patios at restaurants and bars, pretty much until city noise ordinances require closing outdoor spaces at 11 PM or 12 AM. But that doesn’t mean the night’s over; […]

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Jul 22, 2017 05:07 AM
Weekly Planner: Limoncello Class, Lobster Fest

Lobster Fest at Shaw’s Crab House You still have a few days left to participate in Lobster Fest at Shaw’s Crab House, the month-long shellfish shindig featuring a lineup of summery menu specials. These include highlights like lobster maki, lobster tacos, lobster rolls, lobster fettuccine and a 1.5-lb. lobster boil with potatoes, corn and sausage. Sunday […]

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Jul 18, 2017 08:28 PM
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Fourth Presbyterian Church

The Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago was organized on February 12, 1871, through the merger of two older congregations, North Presbyterian Church and Westminster Presbyterian Church.

The North Michigan Avenue “Magnificent Mile” neighborhood literally grew up around the church, particularly after the opening of the Michigan Avenue Bridge in 1920. Except for the familiar Water Tower complex two blocks to the south, which survived the Chicago Fire of 1871, Fourth Presbyterian Church is the oldest surviving structure on Michigan Avenue north of the river.

Location Information

Address: 126 E. Chestnut St., Chicago, IL 60611

Neighborhood: Streeterville

Region: Near North Chicago

County: Cook County

Phone: Show phone

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Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m.- 9:00 p.m. Saturday: 7:30 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. Sunday: 7:30 a.m.- 6:30 p.m.




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