The Division Street is a major east-west street in Chicago. It serves as one of Chicago's main club strips, with hip bars and clubs lining much of the street from Lake Michigan west to Clark Street. The area is the other of the two major nightlife hubs in Chicago, the other one being the River North entertainment district, located north of the Chicago River and west of the famed Michigan Avenue shopping district.
The Division Street`s bars and clubs stay open very late, with most closing 4 o'clock or 5 o'clock in the morning. The street is usually very crowded and busy, and after 3 am, Chicago police usually block off the street to vehicular traffic due to the heavy pedestrian presence. You will find several very famous bars on this street, such as The Lodge Chicago, Bootleggers Chicago or Mother`s Too.
Division Street has a Red Line stop at Clark/Division. Division Street is also served by the Division/Milwaukee stop on the Blue Line at Polonia Triangle.
General clothes, drinks and food costs.
The opening times varies from shop to shop but most of them are open very late.