The best of street art in Chicago


The city of Chicago has been on a tear over the last few years with the emergence of artists like kobras, street martial arts and street art bars.

But as it’s become more difficult to find space for artists in the city, a lot of new art is finding its way into the city.

Here are some of the best street art spots around Chicago.

Kobra Street ArtBarcelone is an amazing street art venue.

Located at the intersection of Chicago and North Shore, it’s located just a few minutes from the South Loop and just off of Interstate 94.

It’s a really interesting mix of art, music, dance, and people.

If you’re in the mood for a cool place to hang out and relax, you should definitely check it out.

A street art cafe, the cafe was opened in 2009, and has grown into a great venue for street artists to showcase their work.

They’re also very friendly, welcoming, and helpful with all sorts of questions.

Barcelo, a neighborhood bar on the North Side, was opened up to the public in 2009.

Barcelo has a huge selection of cocktails and beers and has a great bar scene.

It also has a rooftop deck with seating for up to 200 people, so you can enjoy your favorite drinks while dancing.

If you’re a big fan of music, check out the bar scene at Chicago’s only record store, the Chicago Record Company.

It has a lot more artists and music artists than you’d think.

They also have a really nice, welcoming staff.

The first record store in Chicago, The Record Store in the Loop, was first opened in 1929.

It is still a record store with plenty of music to choose from.

They’ve been known for being the first record shop to stock vinyl, but the record store has also expanded to include CDs, and is also one of the few places that sells vinyl as well as vinyl records.

A place that offers great food and great drinks, the popular Bar Biscuit House on the South Side is a favorite hangout spot.

They serve breakfast and lunch and offer great desserts.

It offers a variety of items for both adults and kids, and you can even pick up a variety items on-site for $2.99 a pop.

You can also head over to the city’s largest and oldest music venue, the South Shore House.

Located on the corner of Illinois and North streets, it features a massive outdoor stage and seating for around 300 people.

The South Shore is known for having the best live music scene in the country.

It hosts many events and is often a favorite spot for hip hop artists.

You may be familiar with this popular local street art spot called the Biscuits, but Barcelone in Chicago is a little different.

It was opened by local artists and it was originally an art gallery and it still remains the only art gallery in the area.

It now has a full kitchen and is very welcoming to visitors.

Check out this video from the City of Chicago’s Streets Alive program on how Barcelon is the perfect place to get your street art fix.

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