Skyline Council Logan Square Pub Crawl & Neighborhood Tour
Hosted in partnership with Brick of Chicago
Join members of Landmarks Illinois’ Skyline Council for a neighborhood tour of Logan Square, a vibrant neighborhood on Chicago’s northwest side known for its wide boulevards, historic residential architecture and thriving arts and food scene. Skyline Council Member Will Quam of Brick of Chicago will lead guests on a fun walking tour of the neighborhood exploring facets of Logan Square’s history and architecture while stopping at taverns and local eateries such as Longman & Eagle, Big Kids, Estereo and Reno. Historic buildings on the tour may include: the Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church/Minnekirken (pictured) and Armitage Baptist Church (also known as Logan Square Masonic Temple) on Kedzie Avenue, workers cottages on Linden Place, historic greystones on Logan Boulevard and an art deco former Ford dealership that today is an affordable housing building.
Friday, September 17
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
MEET AT: Longman & Eagle, 2657 N. Kedzie Ave., Chicago
Tour will leave Longman & Eagle at 6:00 p.m.
If you would like to grab food and a beverage before the tour starts, arrive at Longman & Eagle early.
Tickets $25 (does not include food and beverages)
Event is limited to 40 people.
See vaccination policy below*