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Chicago Sights

Andersonville

  • Neighborhood/Street

Updated 06/11/2013

Fodor's Review

Just north of Uptown there's a neighborhood that feels like a small town and still shows signs of the Swedish settlers who founded it. It also has some great Swedish restaurants and bakeries, including Ann Sather. Helping anchor the area is the Women & Children First bookstore, at 5233 North Clark, which stocks an extensive selection of feminist and children's books.

Sight Information

Address:

Between Glenwood, Foster, Ravenswood, and Bryn Mawr Aves., Chicago, Illinois, United States

Phone:

773-728–2995

Updated 06/11/2013

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