It is no secret how the Ukranian Village Neighborhood got its name, originally inhabited by the Polish and Slavik immigrants, Ukranians started to settle there after World War I, building 5 Ukranian Catholic Churches and laying the groundwork for the name to be permanent. Ukranian Village has built a reputation for not only its central location and easy accessibility within the city but its rich mix of diverse foods that give everyone the taste they are looking for. Wait for your authentic italian food at Tortello while you watch them make the pasta in the window, grab a good american burger at WHISK or even try out some great Ukranian food at Tryzub. Mixed in with these different varieties of food on Chicago Avenue and Division Street, you can enjoy a night out with many different options for any taste. Try one of the more modern spots like Fatpour, make it an old school night with a game of Billiards at Innertown Pub or make it a late night at one of the 4am bars like Bourbon on Division. It's hard to imagine the neighborhood without its incredible architecture as well. Classy new luxury developments mesh so well with the original buildings that it is truly an extremely enjoyable place to live. Make sure to check out some of the Ukranian museums and churches to really get a sense of the inspiration that formed the neighborhood!
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Data compiled using 3rd quarter 2019 data vs. same period from 2018
|RATING*||SCHOOL NAME||GRADES||SCHOOL TYPE|
|N/A||Roberto Clemente Community Academy High School||9th Grade - 12th Grade||Public|
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