Wrigleyville takes its name, charm, and lively atmosphere from Wrigley Field, where residents flock to cheer the Cubs and enjoy America’s pastime with their friends and family. The active nightlife and sports-centric culture make Wrigleyville real estate quite attractive for those who want a taste of what makes Chicago tick.

Things to Do in Wrigleyville

Collectable-hunters and baseballs fans will head straight for the Cubs Authentics kiosk at Wrigley Field, which sells game-worn jerseys, scorecards, bats, and even bases from the very game they just finished watching.

Turn up early to watch the players take practice cuts in the batting cage under the right-field bleachers, or head to the family area with the kids to play on the mini-whiffle ball diamond and pitching cages.

Of course, Wrigleyville isn’t all sports. Culture vultures can head to the Strawdog Theatre Company for large ensemble performances which bring a modern twist to traditional classics. For a relaxing day out away from the sport’s fans, head to Gill Park to take a dip in the swimming pool or let your kids make use of the playground.

Top Restaurants and Bars

The area around Wrigley Field is naturally bursting with sports bars where you can kick back and enjoy a beer, but there are plenty of other options available, including:

  • Cozy Noodles & Rice: Every inch of wall space is jam-packed with wind-up toys and nostalgia items, and you can sample anything from light and crispy spring rolls to a steaming plate of Raman.
  • Dimo’s Pizza: Dimo’s sell by the slice, so it’s the perfect place to grab a bite on the go. You’ll also be able to mix and match some of the strangest, yet oddly delicious, toppings around, such as mac and cheese or buffalo wing.
  • Gingerman: A laid back alternative to Wrigleyville sport’s bars, Gingerman provides a friendly atmosphere and a wide selection of tipples.


Wrigleyville is served by several schools, including:


Wrigleyville is bordered by W. Grace to the north, W. Roscoe to the south, N. Racine to the west, and N. Halstead to the east. Wrigley Field, situated at the neighborhood’s center, is well-served by public transportation, with CTA Red, Orange and Green Lines stopping just a few blocks east. CTA bus #128 Soldier Field Express or the #130 Museum Campus serve Union Station and the Ogilvie Transportation Center, and residents can also take the #130 or the #146 Inner Drive/Michigan Express lines which connect with Red, Orange and Green Lines on Roosevelt.

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