Oak Park

Oak Park is the closest suburb to Chicago’s downtown, and its residents are quite happy about it. While many enjoy the picturesque architecture and the small-town feel, dwarves from other areas shun the place because of its policy toward the prohibition of alcohol.

“…and if a body wants something to whet the whistle, it’s better to stay in Cicero, where the general population are civilized enough to know what good beer tastes like.”
Roland P. Rimefist, Chicago Tribune (1942)

Oak Park

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