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Well-known for its impressive skyscrapers and majestic buildings, quintessential American city Chicago is home to one of the most diverse populations in the country. The HUNT Chicago clues both locals and visitors in to the most inviting destinations to dine, drink and shop from unexpected vintage stores to stunning art galleries, legendary steakhouses to swanky rooftop cocktails bars.
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“The content is tightly focused on eating, shopping and activities — a mix of offbeat gems and hip newcomers.”
The New York Times

About the book

The HUNT Guides is a tightly curated, award-winning travel series that focuses on the truly local, be it dining, drinking, shopping or unforgettable lifestyle experiences in each city.

Well-known for its impressive skyscrapers and majestic buildings, quintessential American city Chicago is home to one of the most diverse populations in the country. The HUNT Chicago clues both locals and visitors in to the most inviting destinations to dine, drink and shop from unexpected vintage stores to stunning art galleries, legendary steakhouses to swanky rooftop cocktails bars.


About the author

When it came time to move away for college, the choice destination was obvious to New Hampshire native Matt Kirouac: Chicago. After earning a culinary degree from Robert Morris University, he became a food writer, has written for various publications, and has served as the associate editor for Plate Magazine. Away from his laptop, Matt enjoys bowling, walking his dogs around Ukrainian Village and being overly competitive when playing video games with his husband.

Born in Detroit and raised in Chicago, Bradley Kirouac fell in love with photography in Mrs Belf’s AP art class, which prompted and inspired him to explore art in a new medium behind the lens. Even while serving in the US Marine Corps, he was rarely seen without a camera. Bradley enjoys long walks down the aisles of local produce markets and sunsets at the drive-in. He enjoys playing video games with his overly competitive husband, but since he’s a better loser, is happy to come in second.
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