Chicago North Side Tour & Chicago Style Pizza – Overview
How about getting to know Chicago, including the world-famous Chicago Style deep-dish Pizza?Your bus tour of Chicago’s Scenic North Side will take you north out of the Loop. First, you will see the Chicago River, Wrigley Building, Tribune Tower, Chicago Water Tower and Pumping Station. Later, your journey continues along Lake Michigan on North Lake Shore Drive to Wrigley Field. Lastly, the return trip will take you past Lincoln Park Conservatory and Zoo and down State Street viewing Chicago’s El Train and Chicago Theatre. Additionally, this ticket includes a voucher that entitles you to a Chicago Style Pizza from the Exchequer Restaurant.
Some of the highlights that you will see on this bus tour of the North Side of Chicago include:
- Millennium Park
- The Magnificent Mile
- Wrigley Building
- Wrigley Field(Home of the Chicago Cubs)
- Lincoln Park Conservatory & Zoo
- The Loop and Chicago’s El Train
- Chicago Theatre plus much more!
- Neighbourhoods include: Gold Coast,Lincoln Park, Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Old Town & River
Upon completion of the tour you will take your voucher (at your discretion) to Exchequer Restaurant and Pub located at 226 S. Wabash Avenue.
Exchequer Restaurant and Pub was opened in 1969 and features over 500 pieces of great Chicago memorabilia on the walls including historic newspapers and photos. Rumour has it that the restaurant was a “speak-easy” in the roaring 20’s (when it bore the name 226 Club) and that none other than Al Capone patronised it.
Please check in at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled tour. The Ticket Office and Tour Start Point is at the Northwest corner of S. Michigan Avenue and E. Monroe Street. The Ticket Office is on Level 1 of Grant Park North Parking Garage.
You will receive a personal, 8 inch, one-topping Chicago Style Pizza and a soft drink. Pizza, drink, tax and tip included.
The Tour excludes Food and beverage during sightseeing tour, optional gratuities, and transportation to/from Exchequer Restaurant and Pub.