Bridgeport is the rare Chicago neighborhood with easily identifiable borders. The South Side enclave is framed by the South Branch and South Fork of the Chicago River to the north and west, the Union Pacific railroad tracks to the east and Pershing Road to the south. One of the city's most ethnically diverse neighborhoods, Bridgeport has birthed five Chicago mayors. Its residents are deeply loyal. Most outsiders know the area best as the backyard of the Chicago White Sox. Look, Wrigleyville gets more than enough attention. Considering it is home to some of the best restaurants, bars, breweries and bakeries in Chicago, it's time you explored Bridgeport.