Posts tagged "Hospitality"

7 People to exclude from your friends list

The first person to avoid is the one that has no friends. People have no friends for a reason. That reason is because everybody else got tired of their crazy ass and moved on.
Throughout life, we are constantly meeting new people. Some of these people will become our friends, some aquantances, and others will have no significant impact whatsoever. Meeting new people is just a way of life, and something we cannot avoid. I do believe that everything happens for a reason, including the interactions we have with... Read more »

Hofbräuhaus Chicago brings German beer, food, and hospitality to Chicago

The Chicago area has officially welcomed it’s first authentic German micro-brewery, beer hall, restaurant, and beer garden to the area. Hofbräuhaus Chicago opened their doors for the first time last night at 5500 Park Place in Rosemont. Prior to their 9:00 p.m. opening, the restaurant held a Media Tour and sampling. I decided to grab my... Read more »

REVIEW: The Lucky Monk serves up great everything!

REVIEW: The Lucky Monk serves up great everything!
If you are out in the Northwest Burbs of Chicago and find yourself hungry, you should make a mad dash to 105 Hollywood Boulevard in South Barrington. It is there that you will find declious food and a great atmosphere at The Lucky Monk. I had a friend take my partner and I there, and... Read more »
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Avoid negative influences on Social Media Outlets!

I cannot believe it has been almost a month since my last post. I guess life just got in the way. However, I am back, and I promise to do better. The main reason for my lack of blogging is that I had planned to take a week off to evaluate where I am in... Read more »

Mark Your Calendar: Palatine's Rockin' The Blocks is coming up...

Mark Your Calendar: Palatine's Rockin' The Blocks is coming up...
We are finally less than one week away from the Rockin’ The Blocks festival presented by the Palatine Area Chamber of Commerce. The inaugural event will be held this Saturday, July 28th from Noon until 11 p.m. at the BMO Harris Bank parking lot. Located at the corner of Brockway and Slade, the Festival will... Read more »

Trolley Tours in Chicago: A Great way to play tourist.

Trolley Tours in Chicago: A Great way to play tourist.
There are a lot of things in Chicago to see and do; however, we all know that it can be expensive as heck driving to and from each location. Though public transportation is available, that too can get expensive. Plus, how much can you see from inside a train or a bus? Now, I offer... Read more »
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Ravinia cost me my faith in mankind!

Ravinia cost me my faith in mankind!
Last night I had my first experience at Ravinia. First and foremost, the performers, Idina Menzel and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, are two acts that I was so excited to see. I was super happy that I could see them perform together at Ravinia. The CSO is absolutely wonderful. They are near perfection when it... Read more »

Rolling Meadows comes together for unfunded Fourth of July Parade

Rolling Meadows Fourth of July Parade
When the financial situation of Northwest Suburban Rolling Meadows forced the City into a situation where it was unable to pay for community events, the Mayor refused to let his community down. Mayor Tom Rooney, along with the newly formed Rolling Meadows Community Events Foundation, took over and hosted the City’s annual Fourth of July Festival. This... Read more »

Rolling Meadows calling upon residents to help fund events

 Rolling Meadows calling upon residents to help fund events
The City of Rolling Meadows, like communities all over the country, is facing tough financial times. Unfortunately for community members, when the budget gets cut, many community events are the first to go or get scaled down. Fortunately, businesses and residents of Rolling Meadows can stop this from happening in their community. The Rolling Meadows’... Read more »
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Chicago History Museum is a great way to appreciate a great city!

Out in Chicago at the Chicago History Museum.
One of the first things I did when my friends visited Chicago was take them to the Chicago History Museum. What better way to start a tour of the City, then by learning about its’ past. For the record, if you have not been to this place, go. It is fabulous! Located at 1601 North... Read more »
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