A Neighborhood Walk: Noble Square, Chicago Ave.

February 25th, 2006 · 6 Comments










Noble Square’s southern border is Chicago Ave. There are a lot of hispanic homes, stores and restaurants that have been around forever, it seems. And then around Greenview Ave. you stumble onto Flo, a popular restaunt for brunch, I hear, and Green Zebra, a high-end vegetarian restaurant. In the far southeast corner of Noble Square is a Eckhart Park, which is huge.

Previously in Noble Square:
» Ashland South of Division

Other neighborhood walks:
» Ukrainian Village: 1 2 3 4
» East Ukrainian Village: 1 2 3 4

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  • Armando

    Hi Rachelle,
    I reached your blog while searching for a picture of Benito Juárez´s statue in Chicago. I visited your City in July 2003 for 1 week and I was hooked. I´ll be back sometime because Chicago is “my kind of town”.

    Greetings from Monterrey, Mexico


  • rachelle

    Hello, Armando from Mexico! Thanks for stopping by.

  • rappy

    You take awesome photos. Were the streets really that empty, or do you wait for people to clear out of your frame before shooting like I do?

  • rachelle

    thanks rappy. i think it depends on the photo. chicago ave was kind of empty, though.

  • John Zeratsky

    I think this is my favorite of the series. I love to see the various businesses and establishments.

  • Matt Shobe

    I’d add that Green Zebra is some mighty fine cookin’. Love the photos — so many familiar sites from my days living north of, and commuting near, that stretch of Noble Square. I nearly got killed on my bike once at Augusta & Milwaukee (my own fault, I pedaled absent-mindedly right through the red light for the highway off-ramp there about 2 secs ahead of a car), so I give the Polish Roman Catholic Union next door at least partial credit in my salvation.

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