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The only bus driven pizza tour that allows you to see Chicago One Slice at a Time!
A tour for two (2) that has delivered a dynamic Chicago pizza experience for more than a decade. Feel like a local as you taste everything from historic slices to new pizzerias that are evolving Chicago's eclectic pizza culture.
two (2) tickets to an Anthenaum Theatre Productions main stage event.
Admission for two to any regular Music Box Theatre screening, popcorn, and a soda.
Five (5) Small Group Equipment Classes
the opportunity to enjoy five individual 50-minute pilates based equipment classes at Centered on North. In a small group setting, experience the different benefits a pilates workout can offer. Each class consists of a full-body workout designed to progressively challenge, strengthen lengthen and balance.
Two (2) Tickets to a Concert at Lincoln Hall*
Located at 2424 N Lincoln Avenue, the building which houses Lincoln Hall first opened in 1912 as the Fullerton Theatre, a nickelodeon. Since then, the building has housed a garage and machine shop, the Crest Theatre and, most recently, the 3 Penny Cinema. In 1934, FBI sharpshooters were stationed atop what is now Lincoln Hall to prevent John Dillinger's escape from the Biograph Theatre across the street on the night he was killed. After 20 years as owner/operators of Schubas Tavern at 3159 N. Southport in Chicago, Mike and Chris Schuba opened Lincoln Hall in this historic building. "We've been looking three years for a building that would create a human-scale, intimate experience where we can put the music first," said Chris Schuba in 2009 as he walked the dust-covered mezzanine while construction workers welded, sawed and hammered around him. (Greg Kot, 8/5/2009)
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Two (2) Tickets to Schubas*
The building that houses Schubas is a brick and masonry neo-Gothic treasure that's been a Lakeview neighborhood landmark for over 100 years. Built in 1903 as part of a project undertaken by the Schlitz Brewery, the building was one of the hundreds erected at the turn of the century. Often known as "Tied Houses", Schubas remains one of a handful of these elegant buildings still operating as a saloon. Schubas Tavern happens to also have a reputation as one of the best small music venues in the country. By pulling together all of the elements of excellent sound, intimate environs, and a music-centric atmosphere, Schubas has become a legendary room. Offering live music nightly from a variety of acts -- rock, folk, country, funk, and more -- the bands range in quality and stature, from up-and-coming local acts with strong followings to nationally known acts loyal to Schubas for help on the way up. The room is small enough to ensure fans are never far from the action on the raised stage, and the audience format can be extremely intimate depending on the music style and the draw.
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Great Lakes Tattoo is a destination shop for Chicago residents and tourists alike. The tattooers at GLT do designs of all kinds, including traditional American, Japanese, portraits, black, and grey, tribal and more. Tattooers are available for appointments and walk-ins every day.