McCormick Place Convention Center
The McCormick Place is Chicago, Illinois tops the charts for the most premier convention facility in North America. With 2.6 million sq. ft. of exhibit halls, 170 meeting rooms, 6 ballrooms, a theater and 3 million visitors each year, it’s no wonder why McCormick Place convention center is number one. Comprised of four state-of-the-art buildings all connected via sky bridges of pedestrian promenades the center also holds retails shops, cafes, and restaurants. Connected to this facility is the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place Chicago which will cater to every hotel need of every event organizer and attendee. The Hyatt Chicago even has a banquet space and a Conference Center of its own. This beautiful structure is nestled close to Lake Michigan in the heart of Illinois, so any visit here won’t just stop at the convention center but will continue to the beautiful city of Chicago and all it has to offer.
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Where To Eat While in Chicago, it’s necessary to try their famous deep dish pizza. Lou Malnati’s (http://www.loumalnatis.com) located at 8515 Redtail Dr. or Connie’s (https://www.conniespizza.com) located at 2301 S. Lake Shore Dr are two restaurants that specialize in deep dish pizza. If pizza isn’t your thing there is always the Maxwell Street Market, an open-air market with some of the best Mexican food in town located at 800 S Desplaines St. If you’re looking to go more upscale, then check out Acadia (http://www.acadiachicago.com) for contemporary American cuisine, located at 1639 S Wabash Ave or Mercat a la Planxa (http://mercatchicago.com) for delectable Spanish tapas located at 638 S Michigan Ave.
Things to Do Take a trip down to Millenium Park to see the famous architectural eye candy such as the famous “bean.” Take a stroll down to Navy Pier to ride the Ferris Wheel or even see a fireworks show. ( https://navypier.com) Another fun activity is to visit Grant Park, in the heart of Chicago, for a relaxing afternoon stroll through this beautifully landscaped park also known as Chicago’s Front Yard. For baseball lovers, go no further than Cellular Park to watch the Chicago White Sox take on the Oakland Athletic’s. (http://chicago.whitesox.mlb.com/cws/ballpark/index.jsp)
David Mitroff, Ph.D. is available to be a keynote speaker or workshop leader at your event regardless of location. David is available to travel throughout the United States depending on the project. David has given keynote presentations on a variety of keynote topics to very diverse groups and can customize his keynote or workshop to meet your organizations’ needs.
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