Wrigleyville's tree-lined streets have residential walk ups ranging from very old to very new and is an extremely social neighborhood. Neighbors gather on porches and rooftops in the summer or head over to Clark Street for a lively, exciting crowd of Cubs fans. Of course, the star of Wrigleyville is Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs baseball team.
Wrigleyville is synonymous with "fun" to any Chicagoan. Clark Street is packed with cubs fans sipping bloodymarys on summer days and Chicagoans enjoying a night out in the evenings. The classic-looking stone walk-ups covered in ivy are just a rock throw from whimsical local gems like Slugger's bar, which offers live music and indoor batting cages. Stop by Dimo's or Big G's pizza spots, which have wacky pizza flavors, like s'mores or bacon cheeseburger, and are open until 5am on weekends.
Wrigleyville is near Lakeshore Drive and has the CTA L red line stop at Addison, which makes commuting to the downtown Loop a breeze.