I was thrilled to have some time today, before and after I attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the brand-new National Hellenic Museum (which I wrote up, here), to take a photowalk around the Greektown area of Chicago. Other than going there only to eat at Greek Islands (yum), I hadn’t taken any time to enjoy the neighborhood until today. Here are some of the pictures I took, for your enjoyment. (Okay, and for mine, too.)
Kind of makes you want to visit, right?
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Didn’t you I and Julie eat there once?
YES! Good memory! 😉 That place rocks.
Aww! You should have taken pics at my store, which is next to artopolis. Nice pics though!
You got it, Yianni: next time I’ll visit Greektown Music! 🙂
Opa! Haven’t been there in years. What fun to see your photos of the area. Suddenly I have a craving baklava. Wonder why?
I was dying to go into the Artopolis Bakery but had to get to my next appointment. Next time! And I’ll take a picture for you! 🙂
You should fence in your yard with that bridge design.