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The Chicago hot dog was the third best thing that I ate on this trip. It's $6.25 for a Chicago Hot Dog - with onions but for the experience, entirely worth it. I topped the dog with... Full review →
Catching a game on a sunny afternoon at historic Wrigley Field is a quintessentially American, not-to-be-missed experience.
The century-old, ivy-lined field sits in the middle of the city, providing the sort of intimate baseball experience (and skyline views) that doesn't exist at newer ballparks. Full review →
With its first major league game played here on April 23, 1914, the venerable, ivy-covered home of the Chicago Cubs is the nation's second-oldest major league ballpark. Full review →
Built in 1914 and named for the chewing-gum guy, Wrigley Field – aka The Friendly Confines – is the second-oldest baseball park in the major leagues. Full review →
Famous for its ivy walls and lovable losing teams, the stadium is surrounded by turn-of-the-20C flats rather than the usual sea of parking lots. Full review →
Charm-filled ballpark that remains indifferent to wins or losses. Full review →
Wrigley is an institution, there’s no denying it. Built in 1914, the ballpark just passed the century mark and is getting further spruced up, too. Whether you are catching a Cubs game... Full review →
Ferris Bueller had the right idea: There is no better way to spend a sunny Chicago afternoon than at a Cubs baseball game. Full review →
Built in 1914, Wrigley Field is the second oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, behind Boston’s Fenway Park (1912). Famed for its brick exterior and ivy-covered outfield walls,... Full review →