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Andersonville. Chicago.

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The Brown Elephant

3.66666666667 Stars
( 3 Reviews ) Tags: thrift

similar, but way better than goodwill

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Attractions / Food & Drink / Gay Friendly

Hamburger Mary's

4.0 Stars
( 2 Reviews ) Tags: burgers, drag queen bingo, fried twinkies, smores

Drag Queen Bingo!

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Food & Drink / Music & Entertainment / Nightlife

Carol's Pub

4.0 Stars
( 1 Review ) Tags: 5 a.m. bar,, country-western,, dive bar, live music,

5 a.m. Country-Western Dive

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( 0 Reviews ) Tags: byob, chive dumplings, curry, delivery, fried banana, fried rice, lad nar, pad kee mao, pad see ewe, pad thai

Authentic, great food + cozy atmosphere

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Super adorable. »

5.0 Stars

Andersonville is...how do I put this?...very...gay. Which is great! In my opinion, any neighborhood where there are gay couples happily walking around holding hands must be a pretty friendly and welcoming place to be. The area itself is very cute. The Clark Street "downtown" area is a pretty happenin' area with lots of great ethnic restaurants, a bunch of very cool (and very expensive) home decorating stores, and some thrift shops. There are even a couple of bars thrown in for good measure. And there are barely any big chain stores/restaurants here, either, which is great. The residential area is lovely, with gorgeous, tree-lined streets and houses that range from greystones to Victorians. Overall, Andersonville isn't a huge party spot, but it's a nice, laid-back, settle-down-here-with-your-dog-and-gay/straight-partner kinda place.

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Oh Clark Street...How you've changed in the past 10 years.

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