New Andersonville Chicago Catalog and Guide Site Says: Reclaim America's Independence, Shop, Eat and Play at Quality, Independent, Local Shops for the Holidays
New site launched with a proclamation: Blow off the big boxes and the sadly lit chains, Chicago holiday shoppers this means you. AndersonvilleChicago.com is a new site dedicated to promoting independent business and providing a fast, fun guide for 2008 Holidays. Why not support local, independent business plus have a great time in the neighborhood in Chicago to visit over the holidays?
We hold these truths inalienable – better gifts receive more love. For to visit this merchant filled, gently sloping villa is to discover a huge variety of unique items at all prices. Ask yourself this – is the 2008 holiday season the time to wander lost and loitering in a big box, buying boxes to hand out?
Add to Andersonville's quality walkabout shopping - serious local restaurants and a wide variety of events, nice to naughty. Visit Andersonvillechicago.com to plan smarter your holiday events, dig deeper on your shopping list and focus clearer on the sidewalks of the neighborhood.
Shopping options run the gamut from high fashion boutiques to strange and wonderful resale shops. Eating choices have you covered from international tea and vegetarian to jammy merlot and inventive beef dishes. Playing options run from good for a restless 4 year old to a frisky date.
"We want to personalize our AndersonvilleChicago.com," Vanover says. "So we are offering visitors a chance to submit personalized itineraries. Tell us who you are visiting the neighborhood with and what you want to do and when, and we'll send you back customized suggestions. Additionally, in our catalog on any product you can email questions, comments, and give contact information."
Perhaps the best part of the Andersonville Chicago neighborhood is its walkability, and the people watching. It is a great place to arrive by public transportation then taxi home. All forms of transportation are plentiful. Lodgings of all stripes nearby for holiday weekenders.
"The locals are keeping an old neighborhood buzzing," Vanover says. "Every kind of human being can be found on Clark Street. That's why it's great to hang out for a bit, walk around, window shop, eat, drink, dance, it's all within a few blocks."
AndersonvilleChicago.com is a fast, fun, independent guide and catalog for shopping, restaurants, events, theater. A fast, fun way plan your holiday shop, eat, play strategy.