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Things to do for July 28, 2011
Free Vodka, Sliders and Paul McCartney
The weekend would never even dream of locking you out.
Division Ale House Vodka Party
Traditionally, you celebrate someone’s second anniversary with cotton. Hmm. Seems kind of arbitrary. It makes much more sense to celebrate with complimentary vodka, Green Line beer, sliders and corned beef rolls. At least it does if you’re this Irish bar in Wicker Park.
This annual street fest celebrates the fecund imagination and talent of Logan Square in all of its many mediums: oils, sculpture, music and, of course, soft-serve ice cream. The Boiler Room will be doling out its delicious, creamy, beer-flavored masterpieces all afternoon.
Should you develop a taste for something beyond beer-flavored ice cream and fried street food at the fest, you’ll find all the risotto balls, duck tacos and crepes you desire at this smoky, weekend-only wisp of a restaurant. However, a mojito sorbet is on standby.
Your eyes are seductive. Your moves unparalleled. Your sense of rhythm, flawless. Surely, there must be a dance floor nearby... and maybe some rum. Ah, yes: try this salsa dance-off. The top prize is a trip to Puerto Rico, perhaps the only place big enough to contain your cha-cha-cha.
Paul McCartney and Billy Dec. An unlikely duo, sure. Yet Rockit plays a supporting slot of sorts with a two-hour pre-McCartney party across the street from Wrigley. Fill up on pizza, wings and sliders—oh, and there’s an open bar. Never see a living legend on an empty stomach.