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    The Art of Recess

    If you have ever wandered through the West Loop and Fulton Market area of Chicago, then you know – this is where the street artists come alive! Massive colorful murals cover the area and not only make for the perfect Insta backdrop, but also perfectly embody the vibrant art culture of Chicago. When we opened [...]
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    Which ‘Tiger King’ Character Are You?

    It’s the Netflix series everyone binged on Day #1 of our Shelter-In-Place, prompting hundreds of questions. “Is this actually real?” “Why are they interviewing him in a bathtub?” But the most important question is: “Which character are you?”

    We can determine which character you are (with perfect accuracy) based solely on decisions you would make at a bar. More

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    Digital Parks & Rec Trivia

    Our Parks and Rec Trivia may have been cancelled due to Covid-19, but we still want you to treat yo’ self! Test your Pawnee knowledge with our digital quiz and see how much you really know about the show! More

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    Recess/City Hall Lands on the Eater Bar Heatmap

    This massive new drinking, dining, and live music destination in Fulton Market pays an array of tongue-in-cheek tributes to the turbulent reputation of Chicago politics. Aptly named City Hall, the drink menu includes large cocktails served in water coolers for $100, a shot and cocktail menu with fun names such as “The Crony” and the [...]
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    City Hall Digs Into Fulton Market – Phil Vettel

    "City Hall, opening at the corner of Green and Kinzie streets, will be a sprawling restaurant and event space — some 23,000 square feet overall — split among a 5,000-square-foot bar and restaurant, and an 8,000-square-foot enclosed patio. Built into a pre-1920 structure with brick walls and exposed truss ceiling, City Hall will feature an [...]
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    Massive New Venue to Serve Cocktails in Water Coolers

    Excerpt: "The mammoth operation is divided into several sections, including a 8,000 square-foot patio that connects to the 5,000 square-foot bar and restaurant with a long wooden bar, leather chairs, custom chandeliers, and ceilings 40 feet high. A second floor overlooking the 10,000 square-foot event space features art deco-style steel panels and a 40-foot marble [...]
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    Crain’s Discusses City Hall

    Excerpt: "Turning the property into a restaurant and space for corporate events, weddings and private parties. It’s familiar territory: Another Bushala business, Atomic Hospitality, already owns two event spaces, Artifact Events in Ravenswood and Morgan Manufacturing in the nearby Fulton Market neighborhood. The Kinzie Street location might have been a bit off the beaten path [...]