Roscoe Village

Roscoe Village real estate is appealing to those who enjoy peace and quiet alongside the amenities of city living. Vintage walkups and conventional flats are a good fit with the young families that call the area home, but new luxury construction is contributing to the area’s evolving character.

Things to Do in Roscoe Village

Roscoe Village plays host to some of Chicago’s most famous and eagerly awaited festivals, so there’s rarely a shortage of things to do. Two of the most celebrated are The Belmont Arts and Music Festival, which brings a number of contemporary rock acts for a two-day event along Belmont Avenue, and Retro on Roscoe, which sees cover bands playing favorites from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. There’s even the Roscoe Village Burger Fest to look forward to each summer.

When there’s no festival on, parents take their children to the Fellger Playlot Park, which was recently renovated by the Chicago Park District to include nearly an acre of playground equipment and benches. You can also head to Chicago’s farmer’s market to find fresh produce from over 70 vendors. In the evening, try the Beat Kitchen for live music and delicious fried food — the Cajun meatloaf sandwich is particularly good.

Top Restaurants and Bars

Roscoe Village provides plenty of restaurants, allowing residents to find exactly the type of meal that they’re after. Here are just a few local favorites:

  • Turquoise Café: Authentic Turkish cuisine is given a modern touch, then followed by delicious Turkish coffee.
  • Four Moon Tavern: A fantastic neighborhood establishment with all-American food and a jukebox full of greats.
  • Altiro Latin Fusion: For spicy and enticing Mexican and Latin dishes, head to Altrio Latin Fusion.

Once you’re full, try either the Four Moon Tavern or the Hungry Brain for a drink. The Four Moon Tavern offers an extensive beer list, as well as a beer of the month, and is a popular haunt of actors from Chicago’s theater scene. Hungry Brain hides one of the most fashionable spots in the city behind an easy-to-miss entrance. Once inside, you’ll find a quirky bar offering a generous range of beers, cocktails, and spirits.


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Roscoe Village is bordered to the north by W. Addison St., to the south by W. Diversey, to the east by N. Lincoln, and to the west by N. Western. The neighborhood enjoys a strong community feel, but it also allows residents to reach the rest of the city with ease thanks to an abundance of public transportation options. The CTA Brown Line has stops at Paulina and Addison, while the Red Line transfers at Belmont and Fullerton. There are also several bus routes along Roscoe Village’s main roads, plus the 154 Wrigley Field Express if you need to make it to a Cubs game.

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