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  • Stinky Onion Tours
    Walking is one of the best ways to get to know a city. It forces you to move slowly, taking in every weathered brick, intriguing alleyway, and door marked with the sign "Do Not Look At This Door." There's also a good chance it will lead to adventure. At least, that's the belief at the heart of Stinky Onion Tours' walking excursions. With a love of walking rivaled only by local pride––as evidenced by the company's name, a nod to the legendary mistranslation that gave Chicago its name––the company uncovers forgotten moments in Chicago's past through a combination of food and historical fact. Tours include Truckin' Along, which introduces the history of the city's food trucks and makes stops for a bite at several. Hobohemia explores the city's long-ago hobo and bohemian culture, and the Old Town tour winds through the historic venues and restaurants of the neighborhood of the same name.
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    Chicago, IL US
  • Chicago Elevated
    Chicago Elevated, run by effusive improv veteran Margaret Hicks, leads curious charges on eclectic group, private, and custom tours of the city. Jaunts lead natives and tourists alike through the city’s oft-overlooked nooks and crannies as Hicks’s jovial voice narrates every step, shedding light on secret areas and easily overlooked historic sites. Her pedway tour sojourns into Chicago’s tiled subterranean antecity, where retailers, restaurants, and mole people mingle. Tours explore sites of famous disasters, visit the ghostly red-light district that once stretched below what is now Printer’s Row, and gaze at downtown’s ornate architecture from the riverwalk. Stationed in Wrigleyville after college, Hicks accrued the healthy sense of humor and comedic timing that pepper each tour at Second City, iO, and other theaters. Though she attempted a move to New York City, Hicks soon discovered she couldn’t stay away from Chicago’s majestic skyline or the skyscrapers’ subtly receding hairlines. A stint in the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s docent program, as well as acting as a tour guide for six years, arm her with insider’s knowledge that soon transfers to listeners’ brains.
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    4870 N Paulina St
    Chicago, IL US
  • Food Tank
    Food Tank, which is a registered 501c3, commits itself to nurturing a public understanding and appreciation for food—whether it's organizing symposiums to educate the public on the benefits of farm-to-table dining, or hosting webinars about keeping your diet diverse without resorting to eating whatever you find in the mystery section of your freezer. Their ambitions are global, but the organization also promotes awareness and change on the local level. Food tours spotlight upscale restaurants that use locally sourced ingredients. Some tours even stop off at urban growers that practice sustainable farming and eco-friendly methods of food disposal. In the end, Food Tank strives to eliminate hunger, obesity, and poverty through all that it does.
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    4659 North Ravenswood Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Scoot for Good
    The team of girl guides leads groups of scooter-riding clients through Chicago's most scenic streets. Sometimes, groups explore downtown sites such as the Loop and Millennium Park. On neighborhood rides, they focus on lesser-known Chicago areas, such as Boystown, Wrigleyville, and Montrose Harbor. The scooters are simple machines, which only require a quick training to operate—in fact, they're so simple that clients can also rent them for solo adventures.
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    4606 North Winchester Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Battle Balls
    Battle Balls fulfills a dream that every soccer fan never knew they had: to become a ball, too. This literal transformation takes place within a large, spherical suit that players wear while out on the field. The suits are similar to the ones worn in zorbing, but with holes for the legs. This allows players to kick the soccer ball (yes, there's still one of the those) while bumping and rolling through opposing players on their way towards the net. Battle Balls have garnered media attention from outlets such as E! News, and they're even popular internationally with alternate monikers such as Bubble Soccer, Bubble Football, and Loopyball.
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    4043 North Ravenswood Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Uncommon Ground
    Cocktails are supposed to make you feel warm inside, but Uncommon Ground’s Agripolitan takes the good vibes to an entirely different level. Every time the bartenders mix one of these organic vodka-based drinks, the café makes a donation to the Chicago Rarities Orchard Project, a community orchard that supports rare and endangered fruit varieties. This philanthropic effort is absolutely central to Uncommon Ground’s mission of sustainability. The café even has a garden of its own—an organic rooftop farm from which the chefs harvest fruits and vegetables to fill out their menu. Their lunch and dinner cuisine skews classic American, though innovative flourishes abound in dishes such as bacon-wrapped meatloaf and sweet potato fries with goat cheese fondue. Still, nothing has proven more popular than an incomparable brunch that features chilaquiles with house-made chorizo and a bloody mary with house-infused organic vodka. Everything on the roof ends up on the menu in some form or another, from the leafy green cabbage to the sun-dried solar panels.
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    3800 N Clark St.
    Chicago, IL US

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