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Ukrainian Village and Noble Square neighborhood guide

Jusrt northwest of the Loop, this area may be small, but it boasts a bunch of restaurants, bars, shops and attractions

Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Located on the Near West Side, Ukrainian Village and Noble Square are home to an abundance of restaurants, bars, cheap eats and attractions. Whether you want to learn more about Ukrainian, Polish and Eastern European culture, are looking for some delicious cocktails or would like hang out at a dive bar, there's plenty to do in these neighborhoods.

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The best restaurants in Ukrainian Village and Noble Square
Restaurants

The best restaurants in Ukrainian Village and Noble Square

Find contemporary American spots or a ramen joint

The best attractions in Ukrainian Village
Things to do

The best attractions in Ukrainian Village

Make the most of your time with a stroll along the neighborhood's busy borders

Cheap eats in Ukrainian Village and Noble Square
Restaurants

Cheap eats in Ukrainian Village and Noble Square

Check out our guide to the area's most economical cuisine

The best shops in Ukrainian Village and Noble Square
Shopping

The best shops in Ukrainian Village and Noble Square

Walk tree-lined streets and spend an afternoon in interesting new stores

The best bars in Ukrainian Village and Noble Square
Bars

The best bars in Ukrainian Village and Noble Square

You could throw a rock and probably hit a bar in this neighborhood

Ukrainian Village residents reveal their favorite neighborhood spots
Things to do

Ukrainian Village residents reveal their favorite neighborhood spots

Whether it's one of the coolest new Chicago shops, another of the city's plentiful Mexican restaurants or one of Chicago's quickly disappearing Polish dive bars, these two small, busy neighborhoods are filled with great spots that locals love.

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