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A departure from the usual hustle and bustle of the city, Roscoe Village prides itself on being a quiet, quaint community. The diversity of the region gives way to dozens of locally-owned eateries that specialize in international cuisine, from Asian to South American to Italian. You can almost travel the world just by patronizing these family-owned restaurants and businesses. 

While Roscoe Street, running East to West, is home to many of these diners, cafes, and shops, the rest of Roscoe Village is not rented out by commercial businesses, but rather families. Public elementary schools and parks round out the list of reasons families decide to plant roots in this charming area. 

Dog-friendly apartment buildings and duplexes and traditional red-brick homes allow for pets. Taverns, bistros, and bars reiterate the Village's acceptance of lovable mutts and adopted breeds of all kinds by offering dog-friendly seating. 

Although Roscoe Village isn't much of a shopping destination, the pocket neighborhood is known for its resale shops and kid-centric stores which typically specialize in recycled fashion for children, toys, and books.  

Terrain in Roscoe Village
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With over 200 miles of bike lanes and more than triple that of footpaths, Chicago is generally easily enjoyed outside of a motor vehicle. The terrain in the area is flat, making for simple, non-challenging walks with your pooch, whether you're headed to a neighborhood park or an ethnic eaterie. Pedestrian-protected crosswalks and paved sidewalks are the norm for a majority of Chicago, Roscoe Village included. Some sidewalk pavement may be a little cracked but is easily walkable. Weathered roads and footpaths are common in regions that experience a lot of snowfall and freezing over, such as Chicago, and frigid wind coming off the lake can do its own damage, eroding whatever it cuts in its path. 

But while the roads and sidewalks may not be pristine, the city does a lot of maintenance in the summer to make up for the harash winters.  Many simple errands can be run within Roscoe Village on foot or bike. If a quick bite to eat out is on the agenda, it's likely a locally-owned restaurant is just within a 5 to 10-minute stroll away. Be sure to call ahead and ask about dog-friendly patio seating as some places have different restrictions or ideas of what "dog-friendly" may mean. 

Greenways in Roscoe Village
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Neighborhoods in Chicago have an average of:
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Lois Klein Park, or simply Klein Park, straddles the borders of both the Lake View and Roscoe Village neighborhoods. Located in an area with nearby schools and young families, the park can become crowded after school hours. Small and without much grass, this park may be better off for children rather than puppies. But, if your dog is well-behaved and you're visiting the park with children in tow, there's space to sit and watch the kiddos have a good time. 
Fellger Park is a larger playlot than Klein Park, which also has a water feature for young teens and tots to play in and cool off in the heat of summer. Fellger gives humans the opportunity to enjoy a community pool, sports fields, and footpaths. Walk or jog through the neighborhood-favorite with your pet and enjoy the people-watching. 

If you're looking for designated Dog-Friendly Areas near Roscoe Village, check out Hamlin Park. With eight acres of fun for anyone and everyone - whether they walk on two feet or four paws - there are opportunities for rest and people-watching, leisurely strolls, as well as running and romping with other dogs in a fenced-in area. For humans, there's a recreational building on site which offers everything from kickboxing to yoga.

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