Kevin Miyazaki for The New York Times via The New York Times

John L. Dorman writes about a three-hour walking tour of houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park, Ill. The Chicago suburb includes 25 structures that Wright designed or remodeled. The "Wright Around Oak Park Tour" put on by the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust costs $60 for non-members, and the tour's stops include the Laura Gale House, the 1892 Thomas H. Gale House, Wright's 1889 house and 1898 studio, and several houses along Forest Avenue such as the 1895 Nathan G. Moore House and the 1902 Arthur Heurtley House. Dorman also recommends a few places for some refreshments before or after all that walking: Delia’s Kitchen, the Lake Street Kitchen and Bar, Sugar Fixé Pâtisserie, and Maya Del Sol. Read the complete article at The New York Times.

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