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Chicago’s West Randolph Street generally attracts foodies who are seeking out a hip, trendy, and eclectic experience. Since it has a wide variety of offerings, this guide will help you get started exploring this street.
This 7,500-square-foot warehouse has everything you need to brew and bottle your own beer, whether you’re a beginner or a pro brewer. It has the ingredients, offers the expertise, and even has classes available. Finally, it’s an option to grab some supplies for making cheese and growing microgreens as well. Nick is a growing guru and his staff at Brew & Grow is exceptionally well versed in the industry. Although this is also a few steps from Randolph, it’s tough to match this brewing expertise.
Brew & Grow, 19 S. Morgan St, Chicago, IL, USA (312) 243-0005
Put your dancing shoes on. Big City Swing is THE place to go to learn how to swing dance. There’s always a moment at a wedding, fundraiser, or even a night out when you’re asked to dance and instead of sitting on the sidelines, take the reigns. The teachers are phenomenal, the prices are reasonable, you’ll meet dancers and make friends immediately; there are zero cons about attending. Even better, there are ‘First Fridays’ where the evening starts with a lesson for beginners, and they encourage you to swap partners every few minutes. Big City Swing will get you out on the floor with confidence and twirling to an infectious beat.
Big City Swing, 1012 W Randolph St, Chicago, IL, USA(312) 243-0700