The best way to discover a new place is through its food. Explore Hyde Park at the 53rd Street Fall Dinner Crawl.
Downtown and the neighborhoods on the North Side provide great culinary and cultural adventure, but it would be a mistake to leave Chicago without exploring some of the neighborhoods on the South Side, especially Hyde Park. The Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce is providing a perfect opportunity to explore with the 53rd Street Fall Dinner Crawl where you’ll sample food from 17 eateries on 53rd street, which is the neighborhood’s oldest shopping district. At the start of the crawl you’ll be given a passport and those who get their passport stamped at every location will be entered in a special drawing.
Make sure your hungry for jerk and honey jerk wings from Ja’ Grill, Folkart Farm gemelli pasta from A10, sushi roll and gyoza on seaweed salad from Shinju Sushi, salmon sliders and turkey bolognese from Ancien Café & Cycles, and much more. The dinner crawl would make a great opportunity to feed your hunger after a day of exploring the Museum of Science and Industry nearby.
The 53rd Street Fall Dinner Crawl takes place Wednesday Oct. 5 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. starting at Jojayden, 1457 E. 53rd St. Tickets are $30 per person. For more information visit hydeparkchamberchicago.org/dinner-crawl.