Chicago’s Lincoln Square Neighborhood is bound by Montrose, Bryn Mawr, Rvenswood (1800W) and the Chicago River. Lincoln Square also includes parts of the Ravenswood neighborhood and shares similar characteristics. Lincoln Square is the area surrounding the intersection of Lincoln, Lawrence and Western and the site of the famous statue of former president Abraham Lincoln.
This North Side neighborhood is home to eleven former Chicago mayors and many well-known Chicago businessmen. Lincoln Square is a traditionally German neighborhood that still contains a strong German influence that can be seen in its restaurants and businesses. The stretch of Lincoln Avenue that many associate with Lincoln Square is a row of storefronts that includes many picturesque boutique shops, quaint storefronts, old-fashioned businesses and authentic dining options.