“A hot neighborhood worth exploring,” in the words of Where Magazine, Hyde Park has it all. From a sparkling lakefront to a vibrant arts scene, from eclectic shopping to first-class dining, your recreation and entertainment options are endless. For example:
Shopping. Hyde Park’s eclectic shopping scene encompasses everything from national chains to quirky local shops and museum stores. The neighborhood is renowned for its bookstores and annual Children’s Book Fair. [ more ]
Dining. Hyde Park packs an equally eclectic variety of restaurants into its small area, from fast food to haute cuisine. Ethnic choices abound, as do coffee shops, many of them with free Wi-Fi access. [ more ]
Arts and Culture. Hyde Park has from its beginning been a mecca for the arts. It is home to museums and art galleries large and small, music and theater professional and participatory, and architecture of an amazing variety. It is also known for hosting the region’s oldest and largest juried art fair, the 57th Street Art Fair. [ more ]
Recreation. From Promontory Point on the lake to the Osaka Japanese Garden, Hyde Park boasts an extraordinary array of parks, playgrounds, and soccer fields. Indoor recreational opportunities include Brazilian martial arts classes at the Hyde Park Neighborhood Club and bowling at Seven Ten Lanes. [ more ]
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