The streets sur­round­ing Wrigley Field are fi­nally shed­ding their rep­u­ta­tion as a fratty hang­out for Cubs fans. Along­side the sports bars, there are now top-tier ac­com­mo­da­tions and su­perb restau­rants. Here, our pick of the best.

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HO­TEL ZACHARY Since it opened in March across the street from Wrigley Field (it’s named af­ter Zachary Tay­lor Davis, the ball­park’s ar­chi­tect), the ho­tel has been fur­ther rais­ing Wrigleyville’s pro­file. Gal­lagher Way, the build­ing the ho­tel is in, has 12 restau­rants, such as a bar­be­cue joint, a bak­ery and a craft-beer bar. hotelzachary.com; dou­bles from US$209. WHEEL­HOUSE HO­TEL An­other new­comer to Wrigleyville, this bou­tique ho­tel has only 21 rooms—each filled with lo­cal art and de­sign mo­tifs that nod to the game for which the neigh­bor­hood is known. wheel­house­ho­tel.com; dou­bles from US$150. DUTCH & DOC’S A for­mer McDon­ald’s is now a stylish restau­rant serv­ing steaks and up­scale ver­sions of Amer­i­can clas­sics like corn frit­ters and patty melts—all within a stone’s throw of Wrigley Field. dutchand­docs. com; mains US$15–$60. UN­COM­MON GROUND This model of sus­tain­abil­ity-minded din­ing grows much of the pro­duce used in its kitchen and brews its own or­ganic, gluten-free beer. un­com­mon­ground. com; mains US$13–$25. CAFÉ TOLA A Latin-in­spired hole-inthe-wall that makes in­ven­tive em­panadas with a range of fill­ings, from chicken tinga to guava and queso fresco. cafe­tola.com; em­panadas US$4.25.

The lobby of the Ho­tel Zachary.

Wrigley Field, heart of the now fash­ion­able neigh­bor­hood.

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