Gage Park is one of Chicago's 77 well-defined community areas with a population of 37,478, located on the city's southwest side; it is also the name of a park within the neighborhood. Gage Park is in Cook County and population is largely working-class, and its housing stock is mostly bungalows. Living in Gage Park offers residents a dense suburban feel. Gage Park boasts a vibrant mix of classic character and history. From its charming bungalows to its Irish Catholic and Eastern European heritage, Gage Park embodies the true multicultural spirit of Chicago's neighborhood network. Expanding its diversity in both residential population and culinary options, Gage Park is packed with a variety of restaurants that are sure to please the taste buds, especially if you're hungry for tamales or tacos. Gage Park has a solid roster of Latin American-influenced eateries, seasoned with a pizzeria and traditional Chicago hot dog stand here and there.