We were invited to an event last weekend co-hosted by Jenny McCarthy for her national nonprofit Generation Rescue. Chic guests gathered in Chicago on May 9 to raise a glass to The View co-host and Generation Rescue, which supports families touched by autism. Chicago’s blonde bombshell, whose…Read The Full Post
It is official: The London-born Soho House has announced the August 2014 opening of its new outpost in Chicago! It is about time….Located in the thriving West Loop district, Soho House Chicago marks the group’s fifth location in North America, joining New York, Miami Beach,…Read The Full Post
From now until Saturday, May 31, guests at Eddie Merlot’s Chicagoland locations will be treated to a steak-centric menu inspired by international flavors from Italy, Jamaica, France, and Argentina, as part of the restaurant’s Steak and Wine from Around the World dining event.
The name may be a little misleading though, it’s not a hotel at all, instead it’s a restaurant that offers casual American cuisine and premium cocktails in a sought-after setting. The 2,000 square foot patio and the 2,500 square foot restaurant and bar welcomes guests for lunch, dinner and drinks, seven days a week.
The newly expanded outdoor oasis, located on the 16th floor, now seats 250 guests, introducing 50 additional seats from previous years. The Terrace at Trump showcases unobstructed, picturesque views of Lake Michigan, the Chicago River and its famed bridges, as well as the summer fireworks displays from Navy Pier.
This year, treat mom to The Langham, Chicago’s “Dear Mom” package, available only on May 10 and 11, 2014. Starting at $459 per night, this perfect package features overnight accommodations, a bouquet of pink roses, and a bottle of champagne.
For almost two decades, The Spoke’s rooftop has been a must-visit during al fresco season, and the patio is now open for eating and drinking – day or night. Located in Chicago’s hip West Town neighborhood, diners and imbibers can enjoy the Chicago skyline in the background and soak in rooftop patio history.
Staying true to its roots, Old Crow Smokehouse will host country line dancing classes in its large dining room accompanied by delicious barbecue from Executive Chef Tony Scruggs beginning on May 7.
Our skin and bodies suffer tremendously in cold, frigid weather and the Spa at theWit Chicago has a couple treatments that can help us all out.
Never a bad seat on the garden, The Kensington combines Old English class with American swag for summer evenings not to be missed.