It’s The MASTER’S weekend!!! And Easter and Passover, haha. If you’ve followed me on Twitter this week you know I’m a fan! What a fun week to see the practice rounds but I did look at my buddy and think – people think golf in general is boring this place is packed with people watching other people practice golf! Anyway...enough about golf…
Lot of cool events and last minute options for Easter and Passover Catering and dining options.
Have a great weekend and look for more next week!
2 Sparrows, in partnership with FEW Spirits...invites cocktail enthusiasts to partake in the first spirit-focused installment of the restaurant's monthly beverage dinner series on Friday, April 20 at 7 p.m. FEW Spirits Master Distiller and Owner Paul Hletko will be on-hand with 2 Sparrows General Manager Steven Fladung to guide diners through a four-course menu that pairs savory and sweet courses from Executive Chef Greg Ellis alongside cocktails made with FEW Spirits and seasonal, housemade mixers.
$75 per person, exclusive of tax and gratuity. Reservations are required. Please call (773) 234-2320. Space is limited to 60 guests. 2 Sparrows - 553 W. Diversey Pkwy - (773) 234-2320
Roka Akor, in partnership with the Chicago Bulls, invites steak, sushi and sports enthusiasts alike to an all-star event benefiting two local Chicago charities - The Greater Chicago Food Depository (GCFD) and Chicago Bulls Charities, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, which supports a number of charities throughout the Chicagoland area including those that focus on youth education, health and wellness and violence prevention.
On Monday, April 23 at 6 p.m., guests will be welcomed into Roka Akor's stylish Sake and Shochu Lounge, where they'll sample a plethora of flavorful favorites from Executive Chef Ce Bian's exquisite menu while mingling with former Bulls players Bob Love and Sidney Green. Chicago Bulls mascot Benny the Bull and members of the Chicago Luvabulls team will also be in attendance.
For $50 purchased in advance (or $65 at the door), guests will enjoy beer, wine and a signature cocktail as well as a delectable sampling of menu items. Guests at "Hoops for Hunger" will also have the exclusive opportunity to participate in a silent auction for a framed autographed jersey of Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah, a pair of Chicago Bulls tickets, and a Roka Akor Omakase dinner for two - a special menu where guests enjoy a one-of-a-kind multi-course dining experience where all selections are created by Executive Chef Ce Bian.
Space is limited for this special night and advance reservations are required by visiting http://rokaakor.eventbrite.com/.
The Master’s at The Boundary Tavern & Grill
Swing on down to The Boundary at 1932 W. Division Street during the Master’s Golf Tournament! Kick back and watch every stroke on one of the multiple flat screens while enjoying flavorsome dishes.
Be a part of the action and don your own green blazer (Yes, blazer! Vests, sweaters and/or jackets won’t make the cut.) From Thursday, April 5th to Sunday, April 8th, guests wearing a green blazer will receive a $25 gift certificate to be redeemed during a future visit. Enjoy one gift certificate per table and per visit.
For more information guests can visit www.BoundaryChicago.com.
In advance of grilling season, Executive Chef Scott Walton of Markethouse Restaurant and Bar (611 N. Fairbanks) will introduce his new line of made-to-order sausages, bacons, pâtés, and mustards. The carry-out menu is inspired by Markethouse’s farm-to-table philosophy, as well as the need for a quality selection of meats to be cooked at home. For Walton, the housemade sausage program is a natural extension of his commitment to providing quality ingredients like the use of his rooftop garden and dependence on local purveyors.
The made-to-order sausage menu, available for viewing on www.markethousechicago.com on April 1, will be offered seven days a week during the restaurant’s normal business hours. Markethouse requests that customers place their orders at least 48 hours in advance by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Southern, Biodynamic Dinner
As Chef Art Smith has embraced a healthier style of cooking and a fitness-focused lifestyle, he’s been on the vanguard of a New Southern cuisine. This April sixteenth, Table Fifty-Two invites you to enjoy five courses of new and healthier takes on traditional Southern cuisine paired with six different biodynamic wines by wine director Mark Gallagher.
Courses will include Smoked Trout to start, paired with Leclerc Briant, “Cuvee Extra”, Brut, Champagne NV and Filet of Tenderloin with the first Spring mushrooms and berries paired with a duo of Chateau La Roque Pic Saint Loup Rouge, Languedoc 2007 and Nicolas Joly “Clos de la Bergerie” Chenin Blanc, Loire 2007.
Come celebrate the start of Spring and all the bounty of vegetables and fruits soon coming to the farmer's market with wines produced in the most natural way possible, including a stunner from the founder of Biodynamic practice. Table Fifty-Two, 52 West Elm Street, Chicago, Monday April 16th, 7 PM, $90. Per guest inclusive. Make reservations by calling (312) 573-4000
A new dinner game will be born on Wednesday, April 11 at 6:30pm, when Henri (18 S. Michigan Ave.) invites adventurous diners to witness Chicago's finest bartenders and Executive Chef Dirk Flanigan participate in Le Mysterieux Festin, which is an innovative evening of culinary roulette that presents a five-course Grand Tasting of cocktails and cuisine.
Prior to the one-of-a-kind affair, Henri Spirits Director Clint Rogers and co-Host Eric Hay (Wirtz Beverage) will invite Bartenders Ronnie Higgins (Bangers and Lace), Kris Von Dopek (Duchamp), Luke LeFiles (Hot Chocolate), Mike Page (Vie), and Josh Pearson (Sepia) to select one ingredient at random from hundreds of options to serve as a featured element of their cocktail. Their chosen ingredient will also determine the flavor profile that Chef Flanigan must feature in that specific course's dish. While both parties will know the secret ingredient they have in common, neither will learn how the other plans to utilize it until the pairing comes together. The evening's menu will reflect this lottery of ingredients, where the winning combination of flavor profiles will be a true testament to the talents behind the bar and in the kitchen.
Henri's Le Mysterieux Festin costs $100 per person, exclusive of tax and gratuity, which includes hors d'oeuvres and the five-course dinner with cocktail pairings. Seating is limited to 60 guests. Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 312.578.0763 or by visiting www.henrichicago.com.
Mercat a la Planxa offers The Catalan Express, two courses and a fountain drink, for just $18. The first course offers options such as Mercat’s variety of cheeses and charcuterie; the Serrano Ham and Fig Salad, made with la peral, baby spinach and sherry vinegerette; and the Arroz a la Cazuella, a saffron scented broth with shrimp, chicken, chorizo, artichoke confit and piquillo aioli.
For the second course, patrons choose from the 8oz Black Angus burger, with la peral, padron peppers and red wine onion jam; the yellow fin tuna, accompanied by black olive orange escabeche and saffron sunchoke salad; and the house smoke veal sausage, truffled white beans and carrot escabeche, among many others.
Mercat a la Planxa - 638 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60654 www.mercatchicago.com
On Thursday, April 26, 2012 EdgeAlliance hosts its 19th annual Dining Out For Life event, benefiting children and adults living with HIV/AIDS on Chicago’s West Side. Chicago is one of 60 cities across the United States and Canada participating in the event, making Dining Out for Life the single largest HIV/AIDS benefit in the country! Last year more than 80 Chicago restaurants pledged a portion of the night's proceeds to EdgeAlliance raising more than $125,000!
With the generous support of this year’s Diamond Sponsors – Crew Bar and Grill, Club Lucky, Broadway Cellars, The Signature Room on the 95th and Zapatista – Cuisines of Mexico – this year, EdgeAlliance hopes to raise $150,000 for Chicagoans living with HIV/AIDS!
For more information on Dining Out for Life, this year’s participating restaurant or EdgeAlliance, please contact Eric Pomajzl, Manager of Community & Special Events, at 773.359.0122 or email@example.com. You can also visit the official Dining Out for Life website at www.diningoutforlife.com for full details! Dine out. Fight AIDS!
On Sunday, May 13, in honor of Mother’s Day, Executive Chef Scott Walton of Markethouse Restaurant and Bar (611 N. Fairbanks), will cook a feast at the home of the Facebook fan who receives the most “Likes” on a post describing their favorite culinary experience with their mother. To win the ‘Like My Mom’ contest, fans must post this experience on the Markethouse® page Facebook Wall(Facebook.com/markethousechicago). The entrant must then secure the most “Likes” of their post.
The contest will launch on Monday, April 9 when Markethouse® will ask fans on Facebook to describe their favorite food-related experience with their mom. The contest will continue until Monday, April 30, when the post—or Mom—with the most “Likes” will have the opportunity to have Chef Walton come to their home and cook for up to ten people (within a 15-mile radius of the restaurant), or opt to have brunch in the restaurant on Mother’s Day. In the event there is a tie, Chef Walton will choose the winner.
In October 2011, the owner of Barrio Urban Taqueria, Dorian Menchaca, began decorating his restaurant with canvas art from close friend and well known tattoo artist, Tony Reyes. The artwork depicted “Dia de los Muertos” or “Day of the Dead” with a funky-style, bright colors, intricate skulls and detailed flowers. Tony’s artwork instantly became a hit at the restaurant and now, five months later, guests can still see the original pieces from “Dia de los Muertos” plus Tony’s most recent work flanking the walls of Barrio.
Tony’s newest endeavor is a clothing line to add to his already popular Ready2Die brand which includes custom footwear, tattoos and paintings. The new clothing line will make its Chicago launch at Barrio where guests can meet and mingle with Tony and view and purchase his unique products. Guests attending the launch will also have the chance to sample some of Barrio’s signature passed appetizers and margaritas- chicken and vegetable sopes, quesadillas, guacamole, Rehab Margarita, Smokey Roja Margarita and the Diversey Pkwy Margarita.
Monday, April 9, 5-7 p.m.
The event is complimentary. Tony’s pieces start at $50 and up.
Barrio Urban Taqueria, 714 W. Diversey Pkwy, Chicago, IL 60614 -- 773-360-8316
Reservations are required.
This Passover, gather your family and friends and feast at Glenview House during the seven-day Jewish holiday. Chef Grant Slauterbeck will feature four Passover specials including his house made matzah, a traditional unleavened bread eaten during the holiday. The specials will be available all week for dine-in or carryout.
- Matzah ball soup with house made matzah $4
- Chicken liver pate $9
- Sweet & slow brisket with roasted new potato, cauliflower, and apple jus $16
- Blueberry and apple crisp $6
Saturday, April 7 through Friday, April 13
Glenview House, 1843 Glenview Road, Glenview, IL 60025 -- 847-724-0692
Don’t Be Plagued By Seder
Does the gathering of a Seder plate make you sweat? Would crossing the Red Sea seem easier that preparing gefilte fish and brisket? Make this night different from all others with The Goddess and Grocer’s Passover catering menu. From the Kiddush and Karpas to the anticipated search for the Afikoman, The Goddess has it covered. From Thursday, April 5 to Sunday, April 15, The Goddess offers everything from a fully stocked Seder plate to new ideas for unleavened dishes. Highlights of the menu include:
- Soups and Appetizers: Chicken and Matzo Ball Soup (6.00/pint), Potato or Sweet Potato Latkes (6/15.00), Balsamic vegetable platter (45.00)
- Salads: Chopped salad (36.00), Cucumber salad (7.50/pint)
- Main Courses: Braised Beef Brisket (18.00/lb), Matzo Crusted Chicken Breast (9.50/ea), Matzo Lasagna vegetarian available (50.00/half pan)
- Sides: Sweet potato kugel (30.00/pan), Tzimmes (9.00/lb), Honey Glazed Carrots (7.50/lb)
- Desserts: Flourless chocolate decadence cake (50.00), Coconut macaroons (6/15.00)
- Wine: We carry Ricanati Sauvignon Blanc/Riesling and Cabernet/Merlot, which are both Kosher for Passover. (12.00-14.00)
All items on The Goddess and Grocer’s Passover catering menu will be for sale in-store at its three locations (Gold Coast – 25 E. Delaware, Bucktown – 1646 N. Damen and Elston – 2222 N. Elston) from Thursday, April 5 through Sunday, April 15. Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance. The complete menu is available here. Orders can be made by calling (773) 292-7100 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. A credit card is required to secure orders. Delivery is available for an additional fee.
Don't passover Seder this year, let Feast Restaurant + Bar in the Gold Coast host your first or second night meal! From the Seder plate to gefilte fish and brisket, Feast invites guests to bring their Haggadah and sit back, relax and enjoy Passover without all of the work. The prix-fixe menu (45.00 per person, minimum group of 4) offers the traditional appetizers: Seder Plate (available for the first two nights) Chopped Liver, Gefilte Fish and Chicken Matzo Ball Soup. The entrees, red wine braised brisket, roasted chicken and sautéed whitefish are served family style and guests can choose from chocolate nemesis cake, lemon tart or chocolate ganache cheesecake for dessert.
For those looking for just a taste of Passover, the menu will also be available a la carte. Prices exclude tax and gratuity. Kosher for Passover wine will also be available for purchase. Both the prix-fixe and a la carte menus will be available from Friday, April 6th until Saturday, April 14th at Feast Gold Coast. Reservations are highly recommended for the prix-fixe dinner. The complete menu is available here. Reservations can be made by calling (312) 337-4001 or visiting feastrestaurant.com.
From house made traditional dishes to welcoming families to have their own Seder dinner at the restaurant on April 6 and 7, Steve's Deli has your Passover holiday covered. Leave it to Steve’s Deli in the River North neighborhood of Chicago to give four alternate ways to get a delicious Passover meal on the table with absolutely no cooking by anyone but Steve’s. This Passover, April 6 and 7, 2012 you’ll find everything from house made apple walnut charoset, matzo balls, gefilte fish, roast brisket of beef, roasted lemon chicken to Steve’s popular chocolate banana cake.
- Delivery: Got a crowd? Steve’s will deliver everyone’s favorite Passover dishes right to your door. Just give Steve’s a call at least 24 hours in advance, place your order, and we’ll arrange a time to have your meal delivered.
- Pre-Order/Pick-up: Pre-ordering is recommended for more than 5 people. Place your order and Steve’s will have it ready for you to pick-up. Order from our Passover menu any time up to 24 hours before you want to pick it up. Drive up to our door and somebody will be there to bring your order right to your car.
- Carry Out: Steve’s Deli counters will be filled to the brim with all the dishes on our Passover menu. Stop by, select your favorites and enjoy.
- Dine-in: Steve’s encourages friends and family to enjoy the traditions of the Seder dinner right in the restaurant. Since we opened, families have felt comfortable having their own Seders. And diners are welcome to bring their own Seder plates. They can read from the Haggadah, pass the Seder plate and enjoy all the traditional dishes served to them tableside. Reservations are strongly recommended!
Steve’s Deli extended hours: Friday April 6, from 9 AM to 8 PM and Saturday April 7 from 9 AM to 8 PM
Curbside pick-up: Orders must be placed a minimum of 24 hours in advance. Pick-ups are scheduled in 2-hour time slots.
Steve’s Deli -- 354 West Hubbard, between Orleans and Kingsbury
This Easter (Sunday, April 8) C-House is offering a delectable brunch served from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Executive Chef Nicole Pederson is creating a seasonal menu to satisfy holiday brunch cravings. Diners can also enjoy a twist on their favorite brunch cocktails for $10 each. The restaurant’s regular menu will be available for dinner reservations. C-House is located at 166 East Superior Street, at the Affinia Chicago hotel. For more information and to make reservations call (312) 523-0923 or visit www.c-houserestaurant.com.
Leave the Hunting to the Kids
On Easter Sunday there’s enough on any host’s plate without worrying about what to serve their guests! Between hiding eggs, assembling baskets and convincing Uncle Joe to dress up as the bunny, the to do list can be extensive. This year, let The Goddess and Grocer spring new life into your Easter meal. Highlights of the menu include:
- Brunch: Frittata Breakfast or Vegetarian style (45.00), French Toast Bananas Foster (45.00), Breakfast Beads Banana or Zucchini (16.00)
- Appetizers: Easter Platter (75.00), Baked Brie (45.00), Devilled Eggs (9.00/dozen)
- Salads/Sides: Spring Pasta Salad (45.00), Creamy Scalloped Potatoes (6.50/lb), Baby Carrots with Mint and Honey (6.50/lb)
- Main Courses: Spiral Cut Country Ham (55.00), Salmon En Croute (12.50/ea)
- Desserts: Easter Basket (55.00 /75.00), Spring Decorated Cupcakes (21.00/6)
- Whole Cakes: Strawberry Lemon Cake (45.00/65.00), Coconut Cream Cake (45.00/65.00)
All items on The Goddess and Grocer’s Easter catering menu will be for sale in-store at its three locations (Gold Coast – 25 E. Delaware; Bucktown – 1646 N. Damen; and Elston – 2222 N. Elston) from Friday, April 6 through Sunday, April 8. Orders must be placed by Tuesday, April 3 at 3pm. The complete menu is available here. Orders can be made by calling (773) 292 7100 or emailing email@example.com A credit card is required to secure orders. Delivery is available for an additional fee.
Texas de Brazil is the perfect place to celebrate Easter and end Lenten sacrifices with its indulgent menu featuring a gourmet salad area containing more than 60 items, a fresh sushi bar, and full meat service cooked in the traditional Brazilian “Churrascaria” style. Some fresh springtime selections include Steamed Asparagus with strawberry sauce, Shrimp Salad, and Herbed Sweet Onions.
Opening earlier for Easter celebrations beginning at noon on Easter Sunday, the restaurant is an ideal spot for those looking for a fun, family meal and offers affordable children’s menu options. Cost is $46.99 for adults; $23.50 for children ages 6-12; $5 for children ages 3-5. Easter Sunday hours are noon to 9 p.m. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 312.670.1006.
With Easter just around the corner, I wanted to share details on a few specials The Gage will offer on Sunday, April 8 for consideration in your Friday events post. From 10am to 3pm on Easter Sunday, Executive Chef Dirk Flanigan will present a variety of his favorite springtime dishes, ideally suited for a midday gathering. A la carte menu specials will include Local Asparagus and Morels with Poached Egg and Brioche Toast ($16); Roasted Onion Tart with peas, bacon and cheddar, with a side of bitter greens ($14); Smoked Salmon on Toast with eggs over easy and onion mashed potato ($15); Roasted Lamb Chops with peas, wheat berries, radish, olive, cress and mustard ($30); and, from Executive Pastry Chef Ji Yoon, a Dark Chocolate Ganache Cake with blueberries, lemon and malt ice cream ($9).
According to Sommelier Shebnem Ince, the Easter Bunny recommends drinking Elena Walch Gewurztraminer "Kastelaz", Alto Adige, Italy 2009 ($59) or Copain Pinot Noir "Tous Ensemble", Anderson Valley, California ($70) to complete the meal.
On Easter Sunday (April 8), the InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile invites guests to celebrate the occasion by gathering with loved ones to enjoy a world-class dining experience. For this festive afternoon, Executive Chef Kurt Mittelberger will present a lavish brunch buffet, offering an endless array of gourmet specialties and holiday favorites, designed to please diners of all ages.
Set inside the historic downtown Chicago hotel's awe-inspiring King Arthur Court ballroom, Easter brunch will take place from 11:30am to 3pm. Easter brunch at the InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile costs $60 per adult, including gratuity and one glass of wine, and $15 per child, ages five through 12. Brunch for children under five is complimentary. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 312.321.8798.
Lockwood - Executive Chef Greg Elliott and Sous Chef Valeria Benner have teamed up to create a very luxurious brunch buffet, offered from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Some of the culinary highlights include a garlic-studded roasted leg of spring lamb served with a mint jus; a country Easter ham with cloves and a mustard glaze; French toast with cinnamon rum raisin sauce and much more. Additionally, the buffet, offered at $65 per person, includes unlimited sparkling champagne, which definitely adds to the festive spirit! Too make reservations, call 312.917.3404.
On Sunday, April 8 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Executive Chef Thomas Lents will present a sophisticated, yet spirited Easter brunch celebration at Sixteen - the chic, fine dining restaurant at Trump International Hotel & Tower® Chicago (410 N. Wabash Ave., 16th Floor). While gourmands delight over the afternoon's lavish spread, Sixteen's younger diners will revel in lively entertainment, featuring a festive Easter egg hunt, complimentary photo shoots with the Easter Bunny, and a petting zoo featuring adorable ducks, chicks, and other cute farm animals.
Sixteen's Easter brunch costs $125 for adults and $35 for children (under 8 years of age) exclusive of alcohol, tax, and gratuity. Sixteen will also be open for Easter dinner from 5:30 to 10 p.m., and guests can choose to mark the holiday with one of Chef Lents' exciting tasting experiences or order from the restaurant's seasonal a la carte menu.
Reservations are highly recommended for both Easter brunch and dinner and may be made by calling 312.588.8030.
On Easter Sunday, April 8th, The Signature Room at the 95th enhances this family holiday experience with two dining options. First, from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., the talented culinary team provides a delicious array of locally-sourced selections for a memorable hybrid brunch feast – one that allows guests to indulge in enticing starters and desserts from the buffet, and individual plated entrees served at the table for a truly sophisticated feast. During the Hybrid Brunch Buffet, live piano music provides a festive air and from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., the Easter Bunny hops in to greet kids of all ages. A second option offered from 6-10 p.m. allows guests to choose from the classic a la carte dinner menu while enjoying the sparkling city views high above the Magnificent Mile.
For children, favorites including chicken fingers, mac and cheese shells and buttered broccoli will be served. All children go home with a goodie bag prepared by The Signature Room’s heralded Pastry Chef.
THE SIGNATURE ROOM: 875 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago
Easter Hybrid Brunch Buffet Hours: Served 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Easter Bunny Visiting Hours: 11 a.m.– 3 p.m. All children take home a goodie bag prepared by The Signature Room’s Pastry Chef.
Price: Adults: $65.00; Children (4-12 years old): $25.00; Under 3, Free
Easter Evening Dinner: Served 6 p.m. – 10 p.m., featuring the classic a la carte menu
Reservations recommended: 312-787-9596 or via www.signatureroom.com
Bring in the family and celebrate Easter with a traditional Peruvian feast. Rio’s D’Sudamerica will be offering a Sunday lunch buffet which will include many of Peru’s most popular dishes. The buffet comes complete with eight main dishes, side items and a signature dessert traditionally served on the holiday. The lunch buffet will take place on Sunday, April 8, 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and is priced at $23 per person (not including tax and gratuity).
Rio’s D’Sudamerica, 2010 W. Armitage, Chicago, IL 60647
As Spring returns so does the popular weekend brunch menu at Sabor Saveur created by Chef Yanitzin Sanchez. Guests are sure to welcome the homecoming of Chef Yanitzin’s brunch menu, combining traditional Mexican dishes with her classic French influences and touches. Sunday brunch menu items begin at $16.95 per person and include coffee, buñuelos (cinnamon crisps) and choice of entrée. Brunch returns on Easter Sunday, April 8 and will continue every Saturday and Sunday following.
Sabor Saveur, 2013 West Division, Chicago, IL 60622
Easter Sunday is a time to gather with family and in Mexico it’s the perfect morning to feast on Mexican breakfast favorites. Owner, Dorian Menchaca, grew up on Mexican breakfast dishes and wanted to bring his favorite recipes to his restaurant, Barrio Urban Taqueria.
Beginning Easter Sunday and every Saturday and Sunday to follow, Barrio will offer a spread of both Mexican breakfast favorites and traditional American dishes. Beginning Easter Sunday, April 8 and every Saturday and Sunday following. 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
$25 per person includes bottomless mimosas; $10 per kid (12 and under) includes glass of orange juice.
Barrio Urban Taqueria, 714 W. Diversey Pkwy, Chicago, IL 60614
This year for Easter, the whole family can take part in the all-day celebrations at Pinstripes. Beginning at 9:30 a.m. on Easter Sunday morning, join in for an egg hunt around the venue! Kids will have a chance to search for the colorful eggs and receive special prizes. The Easter bunny will be on-hand for photo opportunities and to ring in the special holiday. Pinstripes will also be offering a gourmet brunch through 3:00 p.m. including an endless spread of Easter favorites from carved prime rib, fresh seafood, waffles, made-to-order omelets, salad bar, delectable desserts and more. The buffet is priced at $28 per adult includes one mimosa; $14 kids 6-12 years old; kids 5 and under free.
Pinstripes Northbrook, 1150 Willow Road, Northbrook, IL 60062 -- 847-480-2323
Pinstripes South Barrington, 100 West Higgins Road, South Barrington, IL 60010 -- 847-844-9300
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