This week's perk puts you on a private jet to Aspen, with a hotel room, a new wardrobe and four days of feasting waiting for you at the other end. All you need is a little luck—and a ski vest wouldn't hurt.
Things to do for April 08, 2010
Beer Buses, Naked Sushi and Wrigley
The weekend is best served frothy.
Dinner Service Begins at Jam
It's already mastered breakfast, lunch and brunch, and now this little culinary powerhouse thinks you can handle what it does when the lights go down. Prepare to enter a world of juicy burgers, foie gras tortellini and country-pork terrine. They'll also serve you breakfast for dinner, if you get nostalgic.
Sports Corner Reopens
The beloved, if shabby, tavern across from the Harry Caray statue has finally been reborn as a gleaming three-story tower of beer and baseball. With the Cubs' home opener next week, it's never too early to start planning your pre- and post-Wrigley drinking options. You're very choosy about where you'll cry into your beer.
You have a theory about appreciating fine art: namely, that it's much easier when you have a stiff martini in your hand, top DJs spinning in the background and the opportunity to chat up that Venus in stilettos clicking around the grand hall of the Modern Wing.
Rare Beer Bus Tour
When 3,000 brewers come to town for the International Craft Brewers Conference, it's only polite to show them around. Join Delilah's as they take some beer dignitaries on a tour of Chicago's famed watering holes. The itinerary is hush-hush, but word to the wise: you might want to straighten up your place.
Naked Sushi at Sound-Bar
The kaleidoscopic lair of aural delights turns six this weekend, and they'll celebrate just like you did on your sixth birthday: with real cherry blossom trees, geisha girls in milk baths and sushi served from a nubile vixen's body. Oh, to be young again.