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Sightseeing

Adler Planetarium
The Art Institute of Chicago  http://www.artic.edu/  One of Chicago’s leading cultural attractions, features galleries from around the world and through many historical periods.
Auditorium Theater 
Buckingham Fountain  http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks/clarence-f-buckingham-memorial-fountain/ Located in Grant Park, one of the largest fountains in the world.
Centennial Fountain and Arc  http://chicago.ettractions.com/Centennial-Fountain-And-Water-Arc/attractions/4711/  Water display and fountain located by the Chicago River.
United Center
Chicago Theater
Tribune Tower http://www.aviewoncities.com/chicago/tribunetower.htm One of Chicago’s most recognizable skyscrapers. Houses a radio station and one of Chicago’s newspapers. Gothic architecture featuring stone fragments from famous buildings around the globe.
Civic Opera House
U.S. Cellular Field
Daley Center
Field Museum of Natural History
Grant Park/Petrillo Bandshell http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks/grant-park/ Expansive park downtown that features Millennium Park, the Museum Campus, Buckingham Fountain, and other attractions.
John Hancock Center http://www.jhochicago.com/en/ One of Chicago’s tallest and most famous skyscrapers. Features an observatory with a view of the entire city as well as shopping and dining.
Lincoln Park Zoo
McCormick Place
Michigan Avenue Shopping Magnificent Mile http://www.themagnificentmile.com/ Shopping and dining in one of Chicago’s most well-known districts.
Museum of Science & Industry
Navy Pier http://www.navypier.com/ Historic pier and sightseeing location. Also features many rides, attractions, and shopping.
NBC Tower
River East Center (North Pier)
Orchestra Hall
Sears Tower http://www.willistower.com/ Now known as Willis Tower, this is the tallest complete building in America and the 10th tallest building in the world. Features a sky-deck with a view of the entire city and is a true Chicago landmark.
Shedd Aquarium
Soldier Field
State Street/Marshall Fields http://www.visitmacyschicago.com/ The second largest department store in the world, Macy’s (formerly Marshall Fields) on State street is a famous shopping center and national historic landmark. Features 12 floors of shopping and dining.
Union Station/Northwestern Station
Water Tower Place http://www.shopwatertower.com/ Shopping mall featuring more than 100 shops and restaurants/food stands. Located on Michigan Avenue across the street from the historic Water Tower Building.
Wrigley Building
Wrigley Field
The Museum of Contemporary Art http://www.mcachicago.org/ Art museum featuring modern works, another of Chicago’s great museums.
Chicago Children's Museum
Millennium Park http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/dca/supp_info/millennium_park.html Park containing some of Chicago’s most recognizable architecture and sculptures.

​​​​​​​​DINING
There are a plethora of great restaurants in Chicago.  Some suggestions are below, and you can

also search for more at 

http://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=food&find_loc=301+east+north+water+street%2C+chicago%2C+il.+60611&ns=1&ls=50201ecff757c743#
​Also on Yelp, you can type in the neighborhoods “The Loop”, “Magnificent Mile”, “River North”, and

“Streeterville” to see more available options.

BREAKFAST

  • At the Allerton:  M Avenue Restaurant http://warwickhotels.com/allerton-hotel-chicago/services-and-amenities/dining/
  • West Egg http://westeggchicago.com/
  • Harvest http://www.marriott.com/hotel-restaurants/chidt-chicago-marriott-downtown-magnificent-mile/harvest/78483/home-page.mi
  • Dollop Coffee and Tea  http://www.dollopcoffee.com/
  • Yolk  http://eatyolk.com/
  • Corner Bakeryhttp://www.cornerbakerycafe.com/locations/il/chicago/st-clair​

LUNCH

  • Pastoral http://www.pastoralartisan.com/
  • Xoco  http://www.rickbayless.com/restaurants/xoco.html
  • Khyber Pass  http://www.khyberpassrestaurant.com/
  • L’Appetito  http://www.lappetito.com/
  • RL Restaurant   http://www.rlrestaurant.com/ 
  • Café Nordstrom  http://chicago.menupages.com/restaurants/cafe-nordstrom/
  • Elephant and Castle   http://www.elephantcastle.com/chicago_huron
  • Dao Thai   http://www.daothai.com/
  • Coco Pazzo Café   http://www.cocopazzochicago.com/

DINNER

  • Frontera  http://www.rickbayless.com/restaurants/grill.html
  • Topolobampo   http://www.rickbayless.com/restaurants/topolobampo.html
  • The Purple Pig   http://thepurplepigchicago.com/
  • Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse  http://www.mjshchicago.com/
  • Volare   http://www.volarerestaurant.com/
  • Palm Restaurant   http://www.thepalm.com/Chicago
  • Café Iberico   http://www.cafeiberico.com/
  • Capital Grille   https://www.thecapitalgrille.com/locations/il/chicago-downtown/8008

DEEP DISH PIZZA
A well-known Chicago tradition, there are locations near the conference that serve some of the

best deep-dish pizza in the city.

  • Lou Malnati’s   http://www.loumalnatis.com/
  • Giordano’s  http://giordanos.com/
  • The Original Gino’s Ease of Chicago  http://www.ginoseast.com/
  • Pizzeria Uno   http://www.unos.com/
  • Bella Bacino’s  http://www.bacinos.com/




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​TRANSPORTATION - 
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Traveling to and from downtown Chicago
To the Allerton-Warwick Hotel
701 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois, USA, 60611
http://warwickhotels.com/allerton-hotel-chicago/


Conference Location Map:

Northwestern University 
Feinberg Conference Center 
3rd floor, 251 East Huron, Chicago, IL 60611 

One block, around the corner from The Allerton-Warwick Hotel


From O’Hare International Airport (ORD)
Taxi:   

Estimated one-way fare is between $45 and $50 depending on traffic, weather,

and number of passengers.  24 hour service.  Travel time approx. 35-40 minutes

during non-rush hour times; travel time 45-60+ minutes at rush hour times.   


CTA Rail System:   

The Blue Line runs directly out of O’Hare Airport and is a 24 hour service.  

It is safe to travel via CTA by day, but we suggest taking a cab after dark. 

The hotel is located in a safe neighborhood but one should always be aware of

their surroundings.  For details click here!


Go Airport Express:    

Airport Shuttle.  Departs from O’Hare every 15 minutes for service to

downtown Chicago Hotels.  Staffed ticket counters are in the inner curb

staging area, loading zone is located at Terminal 1,2,3, and 5.  Ticket counters

open at 7am, last GO Airport Express van leaves O’Hare at 10:30pm.  Go to http://www.airportexpress.com  for fare and schedule information.



From Midway Airport (MDW)
Taxi:   

Estimated one-way fare is between$30 and $40 depending on traffic, weather,

and number of passengers.  24 hour service.  Travel time approx. 20-30 mins.

during non-rush hour times; travel time 45-60+ minutes at rush hour times.  


CTA Rail System:   

The Orange Line runs directly out of Midway Airport and until 1:00am.  

It is safe to travel via CTA by day, but we suggest taking a cab after dark. 

The hotel is located in a safe neighborhood but one should always be aware

of their surroundings.    For details click here!


Go Airport Express:  

Airport Shuttle.  Departs from Midway every 15 minutes for service to downtown

Chicago Hotels.  Staffed ticket counters are in the inner curb staging area, loading

zone is located across from the southwest lower level baggage claim area.  Ticket

counters open at 7am, last GO Airport Express van leaves Midway at 10:30pm.  

Go to http://www.airportexpress.com  for fare and schedule information.


DINING 

Click here for recommendations

There is a plethora of great restaurants in Chicago. 

Some suggestions are below, and you can also search for more at

http://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=food&find_loc=301+east+north+water+street%2C+chicago%2C+il.+60611&ns=1&ls=50201ecff757c743#

Also on Yelp, you can type in the neighborhoods “The Loop”, “Magnificent Mile”, “River North”,

and “Streeterville” to see more available options.


SIGHTSEEING

Click here for details 

Chicago offers lots to see and do.  Be sure to visit some of these suggestions.

  • Adler Planetarium
  • The Art Institute of Chicago  http://www.artic.edu/  One of Chicago’s leading cultural attractions,
    features galleries from around the world and through many historical periods.
  • Auditorium Theater 
  • Buckingham Fountain  http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks/clarence-f-buckingham-
    ​memorial-fountain/ Located in Grant Park, one of the largest fountains in the world.
  • Centennial Fountain and Arc  http://chicago.ettractions.com/Centennial-Fountain-And-Water-Arc/attractions/4711/  Water display and fountain located by the Chicago River.
  • United Center
  • Chicago Theater
  • Tribune Tower http://www.aviewoncities.com/chicago/tribunetower.htm One of Chicago’s most
    ​recognizable skyscrapers. Houses a radio station and one of Chicago’s newspapers. Gothic architecture featuring stone fragments from famous buildings around the globe.
  • Civic Opera House
  • U.S. Cellular Field
  • Daley Center
  • Field Museum of Natural History
  • Grant Park/Petrillo Bandshell http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks/grant-park/ Expansive park downtown that features Millennium Park, the Museum Campus, Buckingham Fountain, and other
    ​attractions.
  • John Hancock Center http://www.jhochicago.com/en/ One of Chicago’s tallest and most famous
    ​skyscrapers. Features an observatory with a view of the entire city as well as shopping and dining.
  • Lincoln Park Zoo
  • McCormick Place
  • Michigan Avenue Shopping Magnificent Mile http://www.themagnificentmile.com/ Shopping and
    ​dining in one of Chicago’s most well-known districts.
  • Museum of Science & Industry
  • Navy Pier http://www.navypier.com/ Historic pier and sightseeing location. Also features many
    ​ rides, attractions, and shopping.

  • NBC Tower
  • River East Center (North Pier)
  • Orchestra Hall
  • Sears Tower http://www.willistower.com/ Now known as Willis Tower, this is the tallest complete
    ​building in America and the 10th tallest building in the world. Features a sky-deck with a view of the
    ​entire city and is a true Chicago landmark.
  • Shedd Aquarium
  • Soldier Field
  • State Street/Marshall Fields http://www.visitmacyschicago.com/ The second largest department store
    ​ in the world, Macy’s (formerly Marshall Fields) on State street is a famous shopping center and national
    historic landmark. Features 12 floors of shopping and dining.
  • Union Station/Northwestern Station
  • Water Tower Place http://www.shopwatertower.com/ Shopping mall featuring more than 100 shops
    and restaurants/food stands. Located on Michigan Avenue across the street from the historic
    ​Water Tower Building.
  • Wrigley Building
  • Wrigley Field
  • The Museum of Contemporary Art http://www.mcachicago.org/ Art museum featuring modern works,
    ​ another of Chicago’s great museums.
  • Chicago Children's Museum
  • Millennium Park http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/dca/supp_info/millennium_park.html Park containing some of Chicago’s most recognizable architecture and sculptures.