Wednesday, September 5, 2007
Okay, here we are at Jackson Harbor. I took this from the Marina Cafe (an interminable wait but excellent food) which is housed in Jackson Harbor Station formerly a coast guard outpost. It was beautiful, and slightly chilly, and though we were a small group of patrons, about four or five tables in all--the lower deck was closed for the end of season--everyone was having a good time thanks to the house specialty: rum smoothies. Anyway, here is a link that will show you superb other views of this lovely and peaceful area by Chicago architecture critic Lee Bey, please go and check his site out--it is full of goodies and treasures and supremely well done photography; and last but not least, here's a link to what the dp blog Chicago Flair posted on Jackson Harbor in July of this year.
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Rum smoothies, you say? Where? Where!? I'd really love to taste one right now.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the links. Lee's photography is remarkable.
Do many people sail/boat up to this cafe?ReplyDelete
Is this near Jackson Park, about 6300 south? Used to live in Hyde Park but don't remember this harbour. But, that was a looong time ago!!ReplyDelete
OK ...I am all about the fun with rum smoothies!!!ReplyDelete