Not only does Rainbow Cone make awesome ice cream and yogurt, it’s been doing it since 1926.
For some, this is an annual tradition. For others, it’s too much to handle, but you need to push yourself to the limit at least one year so it might as well be the year local hero Chance the Rapper is finally headlining.
No, you won’t find Elvis’s grave here. Instead, Graceland Cemetery serves as the burial ground for many of Chicago’s most influential residents including Mies van der Rohe, George Pullman, Louis Sullivan, and Daniel Burnham. The monuments and tombs are a sight to see... and cheaper than a pilgrimage to Jim Morrison’s grave in France.
Of course you’ve had a Chicago-style dog more times than Walter Payton has juked out a linebacker. But this classic South Side stand swaps that wiener out for a tamale and covers it in chili -- creating a tasty, messy Frankenstein of a sandwich that must be experienced to be believed.