VISITOR INFORMATION

PARKING

METER PARKING

Available on the east and west side of Columbus Avenue directly south of Monroe (next to the new wing of the Chicago Art Institute).

Additional metered parking spaces are located on upper Randolph St.

* Prices subject to change

Cost: $6.50 / hour with a 2 hour maximum.

MILLENNIUM LAKESIDE GARAGE

See map for entrance points

Cost:

Weekday: $26

Weekend: $30

Early Bird Special: $17 M-F

*discounts by booking online

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EGGY'S DINER

 

Address: 333 E. Benton Place, Chicago, IL 60601

Located North two blocks from the North Entrance of Maggie Daley Park

Why you should go:

Similar to diners of the 1960's. People working and living in the area can just drop in and enjoy dishes that remind them of home cooking, but with a focus on freshness, local ingredient sourcing and seasonality.

 

Photo Credit: Amine A.; yelp.com

 

 

WILDBERRY PANCAKES & CAFE

 

Address: 130 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601

Located two blocks north from the north entrance of Maggie Daley Park

Why you should go:

Pancakes & other big portions of American eats draw hungry folks to this breakfast-lunch cafe.

Only open 6:30 AM - 2:30 PM every day and do not take reservations.  It's super popular so it's always busy!

Photo Credit: "Line for brunch" by afagen

 

 

 

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PARK GRILL

 

Address: 11 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60601

Located West of the BP Bridge in Millennium Park below the Bean (Cloud Gate)

Why you should go:

Park Grill's cuisine and seasonal year-round entertainment make it an experience unlike any other in Chicago, or the country.

Nearest place to the mini golf course to grab an alcoholic beverage.

Photo Credit: https://www.parkgrillchicago.com/

BILLY GOAT TAVERN

 

Address: 60 E. Lake Street, Chicago, IL 60601

Located three blocks West and one block North of northern entrance to Maggie Daley Park

Why you should go:

Known all over the world for the "Cubs Curse", it was established in 1934 and made famous by a skit produced by Saturday Night Live.

Photo Credit: "Billy Goat Tavern" by jpellgen (@1179_jp)

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RINK CAFE

 

Address: 337 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601

A two minute walk North from the miniature golf ticket shed and located on the south side of the rock climbing wall.

Why you should go:

It is the only place to grab a bite to eat inside of Maggie Daley Park. They have all your favorites including hamburgers, hot dogs, and ice cream!

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Photo Credit:

Navy Pier - Navy Pier Facebook

Millennium Park - "The Bean of Chicago" by Greg_e

Buckingham Fountain - "Buckingham 2" by yuan2003

Willis Tower - "Chicago from the river" by lewismd13

Art Institute of Chicago - "Art Institute Lion" by yuan2003

Chicago Riverwalk - "Wet Night" by Michael Muraz

FROM HERE TO THERE

WHERE TO MEET AN UBER / TAXI

1. Upper Randolph Street (300 N Randolph)

2. Corner of Columbus and Monroe St.

3. Corner of Michigan Ave. and Monroe

4. Michigan and Washington St.

* NOTE: You can catch a taxi pretty much anywhere on Michigan Ave.

Voted Chicago's #1 miniature golf course. Come see for yourself what makes City Mini Golf so different.

Maggie Daley Park

337 E Randolph St.Chicago, IL 60601

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