From digital events to socially distanced pop-ups, things in 2020 can still be merry and bright.
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Don’t let Christian-corporate fast food tell you anything different: fried chicken is queer.
Psistaria Greek Taverna
The upcoming barstaurant from Leisure Activities will serve up life, wellness, freshness, and death.
Challenged to create a drink with the spicy Chinese sauce, Adrienne Stoner puts a version made in-house at Lost Lake into a savory swizzle.
Lost Lake 3154 W. Diversey 773-293-6048 www.lostlaketiki.com @lostlaketiki Runner-Up The Sixth
Paul McGee Lost Lake @bagchatter Runner-Up Annie Beebe-Tron
Lost Lake 3154 W. Diversey 773-293-6048 www.lostlaketiki.com @lostlaketiki Runner-Up Parson’s Chicken & Fish
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On Tuesday evening two tiki luminaries will sign their new book, Smuggler’s Cove: Exotic Cocktails, Rum, and the Cult of Tiki, at Lost Lake.
The ticketed eight-seat bar inside the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel offers a history lesson via vintage spirits.