Thursday, October 13, 2011
Vivo Fetes 20th Anniversary By Giving Back
Vivo's gorgeous dining room has not changed in 20 years. (Photo: Vivo)
It's hard to believe that West Loop pioneer Vivo celebrates its twentieth birthday on Nov. 1.
To mark the special occasion, the still very trendy Italian restaurant is offering an incredible three-course deal for $20 from Nov. 1-15. But what's even better is that a percentage of proceeds from the celebration menu will be donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, in honor of owner Dan Krasny's mother, who was a Holocaust survivor.
Diners can choose from a number of drool-worthy dishes, including Antipasto Della Casa (wood-grilled asparagus & roasted bell peppers topped with shaved Pecorino-Romano cheese), hand-made gnocchi with Parmesan cream and black truffle essence, and organic grilled lamb chops in a red-grape balsamic reduction served with sautéed rapini and potatoes.
The menu will be offered during lunch and dinner, and with that price, we're certain reservations will fill up quickly.
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