Wonders on Woodland

Shopping this rambling East Nashville Victorian-turned–antiques shop is like exploring Grandma’s frozen-in-time house—if Grandma had saved all the right retro things (’70s ceramic lamps, ’50s board games, ’60s wrought-iron patio chairs).

1110 Woodland St., 615-226-5300

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Tavi Gevinson's Guide To Chicago

Tavi Gevinson—writer, singer, editor and star of the Broadway play This Is Our Youth—tells us where to score unique jewelry, munch on Oreo pancakes and discover cool zines.

Magnificent Mile

I’ve been living near the Magnificent Mile and enjoying wandering around there—visiting Topshop, American Apparel and all those big stores. I’ll go to Lush and buy a whole bunch of bath bombs. 830 N. Michigan Ave., 312-280-6834; 46 E. Walton St., 312-255-8360; 835 N. Michigan Ave., 312-573-1805

Orso's

During the play’s Chicago run, the cast would usually get dinner at an Italian restaurant called Orso’s in Old Town. It has a piano, a back patio and chandeliers—you kind of feel like you’re in an old-fashioned train car. I always get the arugula pizza. 1401 N. Wells St., 312-787-6604

Sparrow

I get my hair done at a salon called Sparrow in Logan Square. They make their own products and are just wonderful. I love it there. 2545 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-486-9300

Quimby's

A really good book and zine store is Quimby’s. I’ve discovered some of my favorite cartoonists there. 1854 W. North Ave., 773-342-0910