Jimmy Wong's. A Cantonese establishment which served as a restaurant specializing in Cantonese cuisine and doubled as a nightclub.
Zero because Wabash Street goes north and south, not east and west.
Chicago Dearborn Station in Illinois
In Chicago : Located along Wacker Dr. near Chicago River btw State & Wabash.
Wabash, Indiana is in Wabash County.
I think you may be thinking of the "Blackhawk" restaurant. They used to be on Wabash near Randolph across the street from Marshall Field. They had a famous "spinning salad bowl" dressing that was mixed right at your table. You can buy the bottled dressing at many grocery stores in the Chicago area. I have one in my refrigerator right now.
The address of the Wabash Marketplace is: Po Box 420, Wabash, IN 46992-0420
The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce office at 330 North Wabash Ave. in downtown Chicago has the coordinates: 41
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago is located at 37 South Wabash Avenue in Chicago. For more information about the school, check out their website at http://www.saic.edu/.
The address of the Wabash Carnegie Public Library is: 188 West Hill Street, Wabash, 46992 3048
The web address of the Wabash Marketplace is: http://www.wabashmarketplace.org
The full address of the Hotel Monaco in Chicago, Illinois, is 225 North Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60601. The phone number for the hotel is 1-312-960-8500.
The phone number of the Wabash Marketplace is: 260-563-0975.
Wabash Railway ended in 1879.
Wabash Railway was created in 1915.
Wabash Blues was created in 1921.
The population of Wabash National is 4,000.
Wabash Tunnel was created in 1903.
Wabash Railroad ended in 1915.
Wabash Railroad was created in 1889.
The address of the Wabash County Historical Museum Inc is: 36 E Market St, Wabash, IN 46992-3124
Wabash College is located in the state of Indiana.
The phone number of the Wabash Carnegie Public Library is: 260-563-2972.
Wabash Avenue YMCA was created in 1914.
Wabash Central Railroad was created in 1997.
Wabash Pittsburgh Terminal was created in 1904.