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Merz Apothecary is a Chicago landmark and a mecca for people who want unique natural products for their bodies. The store sends packages to customers around the world and has been featured often in local, national, and international media. For more information, call us today!
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Old-school pharmacy with unique and natural health, personal care and beauty products. So much fun to poke around.
This is a pharmacy with a lot of natural remedies--love the smell even before you get in.
It's a little hard to describe Merz. The building is an old school apothecary and they sell homeopathic pills, vitamins, perfume, lotions and potions. It's definitely one of my favorite places in the city.
An old-world-style apothecary with natural medicines that also carries high-end goods; it's been in Lincoln Square since 1875.
A Chicago landmark - in business since 1875, you'll find a selection of upscale toiletries
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“The rooftop is only open Thurs-Sunday in the summer months but it's a fun place to grab a brat or hot dog and beer.”
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“The Davis Theater, was originally known as the Pershing Theater. The Pershing Theater was built in 1918 and was named after First World War General of the Armies, John J. Pershing. It is the only remaining theater of five built in Lincoln Square, and one of the few neighborhood theaters still operating in Chicago. The Pershing opened showing vaudeville and silent films; it’s first being The Forbidden City. In the 1930s, the Pershing was renamed the Davis Theater. Starting in the 1952, the theater attempted to appeal to the cultural influences in the neighborhood by showing German-language films in addition to American films. The theater then transitioned to showing a variety of entertainment including puppet shows, second run films, and revivals through the 1970s. It was bought out in the late 90’s where it has remained a first run theatre ever since. In January of 2016 the theatre was closed for renovation and brought back to life in its current state as a historical landmark and community center for cinema and the arts. The Davis Theater is the longest continually operated theater in Chicago. In 2018 they were awarded the Award for Rehabilitation by Landmarks Illinois.”
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“Homey bakery using its own flour in baked goods & offering grain-focused cafe eats.”
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“Independently owned bookstore and cafe in Lincoln Square. Stop by to browse their shelves, attend one of their frequent events, or enjoy a selection of wine, beer, sandwiches, and pastries in the cafe. ”
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“I think I've gotten every birthday gift for someone or myself here for the last 10 years. HAH! Beautiful jewelry, cards, accessories and kids games and toys! ”
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