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Early New Years Eve Dinner & Show w/Denny Diamond & The Family Jewels Denny with his son’s, Lucas & Spenser, have delighted audiences with their tribute to Neil Diamond. Adding in songs made famous by performers like Johnny Cash, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson & others creates a fun evening of music and laughs.
White Fence Farm
1376 S. Joliet Rd.
Romeovville, Il. 60446
Tickets start at $37.00 up to $42.00. Prices include dinner, show, tax & gratuity. Open bar available.
Seating begins at 5:30pm
Dinner @ 6pm
Show follows dinner and ends around 9pm
Call 815.370.8300 for tickets or visit our website at
WHEN: Saturday, January 1st 2011 10am to 6pm
WHERE: Lincoln Park Massage Spa
630 W Webster Ave, Chicago IL 60614
Wed., Dec. 15th, 2010 @ 7 pm
2424 N Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
New Year’s Irish Style
$70 package 8pm-close
The Irish Oak
3511 North Clark Street
The Irish Oak presents: 2011
Ring in the new year with a little luck of the Irish and a lot of booze and food of the Irish. The Irish Oak, part traditional pub, part Wrigleyville party stop, is hosting their own New Years eve bash by offering $70 packages of beer, wine, and call drinks, plus classic Emerald Isle fare like Shepard’s Pie, Fish N’ Chips, and corned beef among other selections. (Not to mention, “traditional Irish cake throwing.” We don’t know exactly what that entails but frankly they had us at “cake throwing”.)
Wines Around the World
December 17th, 7pm
Jack’s Bar and Grill & 404 Wine Bar:
2856 N. Southport
Italians love their wine and know their food. If a quick jaunt over to the land of amore isn’t possible this month, we’ve got the next best thing (basically). Join fellow vino-enthusiasts sipping their way around the world without the hassle of body scanners Thursday, December 17th as they enjoy Italian-themed wine and appetizers.
Bacon and Whiskey Tasting
Dec. 15th 7-10pm
The Irish Oak, 3511 N. Clark
Every third Wednesday of the month, the folks at The Irish Oak shake up your hump day and your cholesterol by bringing you 5 whiskey tastings with 5 bacon inspired food pairings. This round is all about organic. So what’s exactly on the menu then? Details are coming soon, but let’s face it, when there’s bacon, does it really matter what comes after?
Vaudezilla presents: Lincoln Fair, A Monthly Burlesque Exposition
Friday, December 10
9 & 11pm
Lincoln Tap Room
3010 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago: The birthplace of deep dish pizza, the Blues and Burlesque? Pay tribute to Chicago’s history by not paying cover at one of Vaudezilla’s upcoming burlesque shows at Lincoln Tap Room. Besides some naughty entertainment, Vaudezilla offers Henna tattoos, The Newlywed game, swag bags, and “more fun than the law should allow”!
The City of Chicago will host, Chicago Remembers Pearl Harbor, at 11 a.m., Tuesday, December 7, 2010, east end of Navy Pier. This years’ date marks the 69th Anniversary of the attack on the U.S. Naval Installation at Pearl Harbor. On this day too, the City of Chicago will honor those who lost their lives and salutes the bravery of all who fought in the face of extraordinary odds that Sunday morning. The commemoration will include a Bell Ringing Ceremony in remembrance of the seven Illinois Pearl Harbor victims who died and remain on the USS Arizona. Special invited guests include the Illinois and Chicago chapters of Pearl Harbor Survivors.
What: Chicago Remembers Pearl Harbor
Where: Lakeview Terrace (east end) 2nd Level at Navy Pier
When: Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at 11am – Ceremony
Keynote Speaker: David F. Steindl, USN
Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl
Saturday, December 4th
Start: Mad River, 2909 N Sheffield
Some people run for charity. We prefer crawling. Don your tackiest holiday knitwear and head out to Mad River, on Saturday, December 4th, 12pm for the 2010 Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl. A donation of $20 to Imerman Angels, a one-on-one cancer support network, gets you a wristband good for insane drink deals of $2-$3 at each secret location. Put Aunt Ida’s handy work on display for a good cause. It may even win you some dough: There’s a $100 cash prize to the best/worst dressed, as well as custom GiveForward Santa hats for the first 100 in the door. Cheap drinks? Ugly sweaters? Prizes? Kicking cancer’s butt? Have you signed up yet?!
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011
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