Thursday, March 12, 2009
Photo courtesy of Urban Daddy Chicago
Turns out the guys behind couture-themed club Moda have teamed up with the crew from John Barleycorn to transform Moda into swanky sports lounge Social Twenty-Five—which was exclusively reported here earlier this week.
They've swapped fashion for flatscreens, plus look for rocker-inspired and champagne-based cocktails, mini versions of our fave fare (burgers, pizzas, tacos), and a highly energetic atmosphere.
They're opening it to the public tonight at 8pm, so try to make an appearance.
Carol Wallack, executive chef/owner of sola, is participating in the fifth-annual "Rampfest" at Garfield Park Conservatory. (Photo: sola)
Help preserve Illinois' farming industry by supporting the fifth-annual Rampfest, happening at the Garfield Park Conservatory (300 N. Central Park Ave.) on April 3.
Award-winning journalist/Tall Grass beef rancher/author Bill Kurtis hosts, as noted local chefs create unique dishes featuring ramps, a native wild leek. Participating culinary artists include Chris Opper (Food for Thought), Paul Kahan (Blackbird), Tony Galzin (mk), Carrie Nahabedian (NAHA), Carol Wallack (sola), and Sarah Stegner and George Bumbaris (Prairie Grass Cafe).
Get tix here. $75 before March 20; $90 after.