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October 2010 Brewsletter

In This Chicago Bar Project Newsletter

40 Bottles of Beer with Chicago Bar ProjectTonight! Join Chicago Magazine and I at this evening's 40 Bottles of Beer Series event at Village Tap (2055 W. Roscoe) in Roscoe Village from 6:30-8:30pm. Chicago Magazine nightlife reporter/blogger, Amalie Drury, and contributor Karl Klockars, will chat about Chicago’s bar culture, plus what to drink and where to drink it this fall. Seating is limited, so click here to RSVP. I might even have a few copies of Historic Bars of Chicago to autograph...

Also, check out our new feature presented by Wazzup! Magazine:
Bartender of the Month.

New Chicago Bar Project Reviews

  • Gilt Bar: swankiness across from the Merchandise Mart with a secret...
  • Kinderhook Tap: yes, there is a bar in Oak Park, and this is a good neighborhood hang
  • Longman & Eagle: "Eat. Drink. Whiskey." Yet another reason to loiter in Logan Square
  • Sable Kitchen & Bar: hotel bar(!) with tasty tapas & more single malts than the Duke
  • Tasting Room: oenophile or no, this is the place to enjoy your new favorite wines

Chicago Bar of the Month

Once the beloved Bistrot Zinc, Lakeview's Southport Corridor is now anchored by the even more beloved Mystic Celt. With the best shepherd's pie in the city, expertly poured Guinness and one of the best sidewalk cafés this side of River North, Mystic Celt is also as child-friendly during the day as it is to the young & debaucherous by night (fueled by $20 all-you-can-drink deals on Fridays). Read more...

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Coming Next Month on the Chicago Bar Project

Here's a list of upcoming Historic Bars of Chicago events where you can get your own signed copy and compare notes with yours truly:

Historic Bars of Chicago - Pre-order Now!

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