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Things to do for February 01, 2017
You’re Eating Small Cheval Burgers at Home This Sunday
No Matter Who Wins or Loses, You WinBy Sam Eichner
This Is Trench. It Used to Be Trenchermen.
Then: This was Trenchermen. Now: It’s just Trench. Then: You had a Pat Sheerin-helmed kitchen. Now: Jared Wentworth’s making you Kentucky fried quail, bone-marrow cornbread and other nice tavern fare. Then: It occupied an old bathhouse. Now: Still does. But there’s a DJ booth. Hope you’re cool with all of that.
Many Delicious Duck-Related Things on Milwaukee
Le Duck is a comely French-Asian restaurant in Wicker Park with orange chicken wings, Japanese chicken katsu curry and caramel custard. There’s also duck over rice and BBQ duck wraps. They justify calling this restaurant Le Duck.
Gratis Vosges Chocolate and Rum Cocktails. Neat.
Not long ago, we rounded up a few sexy, sweet and otherwise unique Valentine’s Day gifts. We neglected to inform you, however, of a little pre-holiday Vosges chocolate tasting happening this Friday, featuring gratis rum drinks and samples from their new collection. So we’re doing that now.
A Tale of Two Sales
For the exceptionally sleek: Rag & Bone is taking up to 50% off
monochromatic sweaters, button-downs and jeans, with more markdowns coming soon.
For the ruggedly handsome: Independence’s end-of-season sale boasts discounts on Gitman Bros. Japanese flannel shirts, cotton moleskin pants and diamond-quilted down jackets.
For you: Maybe both.
No Matter Who Wins or Loses, You Win
At Home: You can receive Dillman’s pastrami and Small Cheval burgers from 3 Greens
Market and/or Big Star tacos, PQM beer brats and more from One Off Hospitality.
Away: You can take in the game and a bottomless seafood boil at Lowcountry. The over/under for crab legs consumed is set at 8.