Help the economy by spending while you save with the following tax day specials:
SUB 51…1/2 price bottles of CHAMPAGNE AND WINE on tax day.
51 W. Hubbard
The unique, intimate and exclusive SUB 51 in River North is the place to see and be seen. The “SUB” is located on the lower level of River North hotspot HUB 51, owned by the Melman brothers who know the Chicago restaurant scene because they are the sons of Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises’ Rich Melman–nuff about family. HERE’S THE DEAL…The space at SUB 51 is small and the demand is large so it’s not easy to score a table–and don’t even think about going unless you have reservations.
Two ways to get in:
1. Go to their website at www.sub51.com, fill out a table request and wait to hear from their VIP hostess…and wait, and wait.
2. OR you can find a VIP friend and beg him/her to get you in.
If you strike out on both counts, you can always try another night-or better yet just head to any of the spots listed below.
SUSHI TAIVO–Sushi and wine tax day special.
58 E. Ontario St.
This Streeterville sushi eatery and bar offers a tax day special that won’t eat up your tax refund. Pick your choice of a spicy tuna roll or California roll plus a glass of house wine or domestic beer for only $10.99. 58 E. Ontario St. 312 440 1717.
CITYSCAPE BAR…Complimentary tax day buffet and IRS martini.
350 West Mart Plaza Center
Cut your loses with an IRS Blue Lemonade martini at Cityscape Bar. Cityscape also offers a COMPLIMENTARY appetizer buffet including hot wings, cheddar-jalapeno popers and grilled veggies with aged balsamic from 5p.m. to 7p.m. 350 West Mart Plaza Center Dr., 15th Floor.
SEASONS…relax with a tax free “Tax-Tini.”
120 East Delaware Place.
The list of tax-free “Tax-Tinis” at this lounge in the Four Seasons Hotel Chicago includes the 1040 Easy (Absolut Mandarin, Apple Pucker, Triple Sec, homemade sweet and sour and 7-Up) and the Stimulus Check (Crown Royal, Peach Schnapps, Chambord and cranberry juice). You can also write off your woes with the blueberry flavored Exemption or submit yourself to scrutiny with the fruit-fueled Auditini. All tax-free martinis are $13. 120 East Delaware Place. 312 280 8800.
IF YOU LIVE IN THE BURBS AND JUST WANT TO GO HOME…Stop by “The Chicago French Market” for a free tax day tasting.
504 West Madison
Check out H2Vino for a tasting of cheese-friendly wines from Spain. Taste, then bring home your favorite wine along with some great cheese from Pastoral. Oligvie Transportation Center, 504 W. Madison, 5-7 PM, FREE.
TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR TONIGHT’S THEATRE THURSDAY EVENT.
Chicago Opera Theatre’s, “Theatre Thursday,” event kicks off at 6p.m. tonight at the Wit Hotel, (State and Lake) followed by “Moses in Egypt” at the Harris Theatre. The $25 price tag includes 2 beers and a burger at the Wit followed by “Moses in Egypt” at the Harris Theater. $25, 6p.m., Wit; 7:30p.m., performance, Harris Theater in Millennium Park. Tickets, http://tickets.chicagooperatheater.org/tickets/calendar/view.aspx?id=2685, Box office, 312 704 8414.
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