Named for infamous Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley, this large plaza is directly adjacent to a building (also named for the mayor) which houses several city offices. The courtyard contains an untitled Picasso sculpture that was given to the city by the artist in 1967. Throughout the year, Daley Plaza plays host to food truck meet-ups, cultural events, a farmers' market and the annual Christkindlmarket.
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Washington and Dearborn Sts
|Transport:||El stop: Red to Lake; Blue to Washington; Pink, Brown, Green, Orange, Purple (rush hrs) to Randolph.|
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In the summer Daley Plaza is my favorite lunch spot. It’s a great convenient place to get out of the office and enjoy some outdoor time. With the great Picasso statue and the ongoing traffic throughout the same you really get a feel like you have your hands on the pulse of the city.