Many of the Italians have moved away but the restaurants and lemonade stands lure them to visit regularly.
The charming diversity of the Swedish/Middle Eastern/gay Mecca of Anderson means you can lingonberry pancakes for breakfast, hummus for lunch, and go to a hip club after dinner.
The Chinese New Year dragon parade is just one reason to visit Chinatown, which has dozens of restaurants, shops, and a quiet riverfront park.
Devon Avenue turns from Indian, to Pakistani, to Russian Orthodox, to Jewish within a few blocks. It’s like a trip around the world in literally minutes. Try on a sari, buy a bagel or some electronics, or just people-watch - it's all equally entertaining.
The best Mexican restaurants are alongside Pilsen's famous murals. Don't miss the National Museum of Mexican Art, which will give you an insight and appreciation of the culture.
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