The neighborhood of Galewood, which is part of the much larger Austin community area, is probably one of the sweetest spots in the entire city of Chicago. Frank Mars moved his candy manufacturing company to what is now Oak Park Avenue in 1929, and production of some of the world's most popular candy bars has been going on here ever since. The portion of Oak Park Avenue that runs in front of the Mars factory is the "Honorary Milky Way," and there is even a Metra stop just outside of the factory that is simply named Mars, further driving home the candy company's connection to the neighborhood.