Neighborhood

Alsip


 
  

Neighborhood Description

 

Alsip is a village in Cook County, Illinois, United States. The population was 19,725 at the 2000 census. It is a suburb of Chicago. Alsip was settled in the 1830s by German and Dutch farmers. The village is named after Frank Alsip, the owner of a brickyard that opened there in 1885. The village began to grow after the Tri-State Tollway was built there after World War II.

 

Neighborhood Links

 

Alsip Chamber of Commerce


Village of Alsip

 

Alsip Park District

 

History of Alsip

 

Resources in Alsip

Hospitals


Metro South Medical Center

(708) 385-5601
12246 S. Pulaski

 

Post Office

 

(708) 385-0113

2441 Vermont, Blue Island

 

Schools


Prairie Junior High School

(708) 371-3080
11910 S. Kostner

 

Hamlin Upper Grade Center
(708) 597-1550

12150 S. Hamlin

 

Little Footsteps Academy
(708) 385-3812

11840 S. Laporte

 

Bobbie Noonan's Child Care
(708) 385-5144

4951 W. 115th

  

Grocery Stores 

Food 4 Less

(708) 385-3046

12150 South Pulaski

  

Jewel-Osco

(708) 371-3460

12001 South Pulaski

 

7-Eleven

(708) 389-0387

11958 South Cicero

 

Aldi

N/A

12050 South Pulaski  

 

Cool Places to Eat

 

El Gallo Tapatio

(708) 423-5195

5039 West 111th Street

Cuisine: Mexican

 

Irish Manor Restaurant and Pub

(708) 388-1772

11501 South Pulaski Road

Cuisine: Pub

 

Golden Bear Restaurant

(708) 653-3454

12001 South Cicero Avenue

Cuisine: American, Traditional

 

Nancy's Pizza

(708) 489-6808

11513 South Pulaski Road

Cuisine: Pizza

 

The Country House Restaurant

(708) 389-4618

5400 West 127th Street

Cuisine: Traditional, American