Oak Street Chicago

Oak Street in Chicago, near the Magnificent Mile, is the premier location for upscale shopping, dining, and hotel accommodations, and those on a Chicago vacation who are accustomed to attentive sales personnel, efficient hotel staff, and fine dining will find exemplary service here. Upscale products, designer clothing, and quality jewelry along, with superior home furnishings are available at the array of stores along Oak Street Chicago.

Designer fashion shops include Hermes with their exquisite silk ties and scarves, Barneys New York featuring high fashion for men and women, Vera Wang selections, Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche featuring ready to wear for women along with fragrances and menswear, and Prada. Tessuti for Men features suits, coats, shirts, and accessories, and there are full-service spa and salon treatments available in the area as well.

Specialty items available at shops on Oak Street Chicago include elegant writing accessories at the Watermark stationery shop, Egyptian cotton linens and cashmere robes at prestigious Pratesi Linens, and exquisite jewels and gems at Trabert & Hoeffer Jewels, which specializes in diamonds, designer jewelry, and luxury watches, London-based Graff diamonds, and Geneva Seal Fine Jewelry & Timepieces.

Oak Street Chicago provides full banking services at Northern Trust Bank and the Oak Trust & Savings Bank, and local hotels include the elegant Drake Hotel, Sutton Place Hotel, and the Sofitel Chicago Water Tower.

When making plans for dining out on Oak Street in Chicago, visitors have their choice of numerous restaurants including Carmine's authentic Italian cuisine with entertainment, an impressive bar, and outdoor seating; Tavern on Rush steakhouse; Spiaggia, a four-star Italian restaurant; and Hugo's Frog Bar, specializing in fresh seafood.

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