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Things to do for September 27, 2017
A Clandestine Cocktail Lounge for Vespers and Blue Cheese Gougeres
And Beatrix Market Is Here to Save LunchBy Sarah Freeman
Beatrix Market Is Here to Save Lunch
From the fine people behind Beatrix comes the most beautiful salad bar you've ever seen. The first stand-alone location of Beatrix Market is now open in the Loop with fresh greens, cold salads and hot foods as far as the eye can see. Such majesty.
There's a Secret Cocktail Bar Behind Chez Moi
We're going to let you in on a little secret. Longtime French brasserie Chez Moi is now home to a clandestine cocktail lounge that lets you drink Vespers and eat blue cheese gougeres under crystal chandeliers. So you should probably do all those things.
A Beer-Fueled Celebration of All Things Fall
All your favorite Chicago chefs are conveniently gathering in one place to celebrate the fall bounty. Harvest Fest combines the likes of Stephanie Izard and Paul Kahan with food from over a dozen West Loop restaurants, plus some beer-filled concerts. And no pumpkin spice in sight.
Whose Punch Bowl Reigns Supreme?
With the finale of Cochon 555 also comes the national championship of Punch Kings. Hope you're thirsty, because 14 bartenders from coast-to-coast are about to show you what they can do with a lot of bourbon and a punch bowl. Spoiler: it's all good things.
Rum and High-Speed Catamaran Action at Navy Pier
This weekend, the world's best sailors gather off Navy Pier to battle on high-performance catamarans at the Chicago Match Cup. And then there's you, enjoying a leisurely lunch on a boat in Lake Michigan or sipping on rum in the Dark 'n' Stormy Lounge. You're all excellent people.
What Else Is New
Colin Kaepernick, Donald Trump and "Staying in Your Lane"
Those are a few of the subjects broached in this exploration of who gets to be political, and who doesn't, in the wake of recent events. Shifting gears, we returned this week to discuss Maggie Gyllenhaal and The Deuce. And because there's never a bad time to take in some literary quotes on love and relationships, we rounded up twelve of our favorites and put them right here for you. Use them wisely.