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The Chicago White Sox offer one of the most fan friendly ball parks in the American League. The 2 level Kids’ Zone gives the families such baseball fun to sharpen their skills with real coaches, speed running against former players, pitching - speed & accuracy, running the bases, and more! Before and after the games, actual SOX players are on...
Small and cute park in Chinatown, right by the Chicago Water Taxi station (which is a fun way to get from Chinatown to the downtown area). It is great to sit, relax and look at the river and the beautiful city skyline.
"A wonderful small museum about Chinese Midwest Culture"
reviewed 28 February 2020 by rfrachey
The museum has two floors, the first one had an exhibition about how the Chinese built the transcontinental railroad. I know there is a new exhibition at this time. The second-floor showcases the migration from China to the midwest part of the US. Very informative and very well done. Loved the little theater on the second floor.
The Chicago Chinatown wall is a replica of the Nine Dragon Wall in Beijing and is one of the only three outside Beijing. If you come to Chinatown (which I recommend) it is nice to look at the wall, but I would not come to the area especially for that.
Little disappointed in the dim sum because others had ranked it so highly. Served daily from 9-4, you order off a dim sum menu (not brought around on carts).
Thought some of the dishes were better than others. Biggest disappointment was the potstickers, which were greasy and oily. Did like the beef spare rib and the sponge cake for dessert....
First of all, this is an adorable place! I love the look and the vibe of the restaurant. Throw in the holiday decorations and it’s even better. But of course, the taste and quality of the food is most important. Connie’s didn’t disappoint. Great salad, pizza and cannoli’s. Service was great too. Our waiter was prompt and courteous, not intrusive....
Not sure if there are any restaurants in the suburbs but this one in the city is still as good as years ago. The breaded steak is what they're known for. Tender steak with tasty red sauce, mozzerella and steamed green peppers. They deliver, but not sure about the perimeter
There are 2 Joy Yee Restaurants in this plaza and I think people are getting confused on their reviews. The Joy Yee Plus at 2159 S China Place has the bubble teas, ice cream and hot pots. The other one is Joy Yee Noodle at 2139 S China Place with the noodles and smoothies.
We enjoy the Shabu Shabu (Japanese...
"15mins walk to McCormick Centre, clean and well run but small rooms"
reviewed 6 November 2019 by Matt_Henry
This has had a facelift. The lobby and facade look great. The rooms are smaller and a bit tired but spotlessly clean. The fitness room is an afterthought.
I wouldn't stay here for a holiday but for business it is fine. No breakfast but Starbucks is next door.
The location is great. In Chinatown for endless good restaurants. 15mins walk...
"Never went to college, but now know dorm living lol"
reviewed 22 September 2019 by MCDaveV
Okay, let's make this clear from the get, this is not your typical hotel. For starters, this was my first "window facing brick wall" room, with no dresser to put clothes away. A small space with a small TV & A/C, the mattress was comfy but stained. The bathroom was actually 1/3rd the size of the apt, so plenty of...