Credit: Aundre Larrow

For several years Terrell Jones and Joseph “Fresh Goods” Robinson have been throwing parties and one-offs in conjunction with their streetwear brand, Vita Morte. In February they launched Feed the Homies, an event that Jones describes as “a cool-guys version of Cheers.” Every Monday the pair take over 6 Corners in Wicker Park and offer up food deals—including a $5 chicken and waffle plate—set to a hot hip-hop soundtrack. Sure, Kelsey Grammer’s Frasier Crane never chomped down on a chicken wing while a jukebox blasted Kanye West and company’s “Mercy,” but the spirit of camaraderie that reigned on Cheers permeates Feed the Homies (sans the laugh track). Who knows, maybe when Grammer returns to town to film Boss he’ll swing by 6 Corners to gnaw on a drumstick and listen to some Chief Keef.