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Rogers Park neighborhood guide

Rogers Park may be situated on the far north side of Chicago, but its restaurants, bars and attractions are worth the trip

Photograph: Mark Wright
Emil Bach House

Located on the northernmost edge of Chicago's city limits, Rogers Park is the gateway to suburbs such as Evanston, Skokie and Wilmette. It's also a neighborhood with a rich history, founded in 1809 at the intersection of two prominent Native American trails. Today, it's best known for housing Loyola University, which means you can find cheap eats, cool shops and some great ethnic food (including Jamaican cuisine). Explore the best shops, restaurants and bars in Rogers Park with the help of our neighborhood guide.

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The best shops in Rogers Park
Shopping

The best shops in Rogers Park

Visit a bookstore, record store or liquor store on the Far North Side of the city

The best bars in Rogers Park
Bars

The best bars in Rogers Park

From dives to cocktail lounges, you can always find a drink in Rogers Park

The best restaurants in Rogers Park
Restaurants

The best restaurants in Rogers Park

Find a place to sample some Jamaican, Ethiopian or Cajun food

The best attractions in Rogers Park
Things to do

The best attractions in Rogers Park

The lakeside neighborhood of Rogers Park is one of the city’s most diverse areas

Rogers Park residents pick their favorite spots
Things to do

Rogers Park residents pick their favorite spots

Rogers Park residents tell us about the best beaches, shops and sushi restaurants

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