Category Archives: CTA Bus #4 Cottage Grove

11 Great Chicago Eats You Can Reach By Transit

Whether or not you believe in man-made climate change, we can all agree that our cities are terribly polluted.  Chicago is no exception.  Luckily, there is a very simply way you can reach a plethora of great Chicago eats and help save the environment at the same time.  Use our local mass transit!  I never tire of saying it and I

12 Great Chicago Eats Representing 5 Continents To Try

One of the best perks of living in a melting pot like Chicago is the diversity of cuisine.  In the last 30 days alone, I enjoyed some great Chicago eats across 9 neighborhoods which represent 5 continents.  That’s impressive.  So, if you cannot plan a trip out-of-town or abroad, here are some restaurants and cafes that can offer you a

NEW POST: How to Eat in Chicago and Save the Planet.

If you have been here before, welcome back!  It’s nice to see you again.  If you are a first time visitor, stay a while and take a look around.  Feeding Off The Rails is here to take the guess-work out of how to reach all the best food and drink in great cities, while remaining environmentally conscious and socially responsible.

Best Chicago Brunches – Part 1

Brunch in Chicago is a big deal for many people.  It’s another reason to gather and be social over copious amounts of coffee, daytime cocktails and gut-busting portions of food.  But where are the best Chicago’s brunches?  Since the weather is getting warmer and people are climbing out of hibernation, I’ve decided to curate a selection of some of the

Chicago Athletic Association: Awesome Hang!

Chicago Athletic Association was restored last year into a wonderful hotel, dining destination and playground for the city’s visitors and residents alike.  This turn-of-the-century building from the 1800s is an architectural treasure with a vast and wild history.       Located directly across the street from Millennium Park and the Art Institute of Chicago, you can reach Chicago Athletic