This Dive Bar Is in a Pool

This Dive Bar Is in a Pool

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            Mayweather, Pacquiao and Ali Signed These

A boxing robe signed by Ali. Trunks signed by Mayweather and Pacquiao. Boxing gloves signed by Tyson.
That’s just a taste of the rare boxing memorabilia we’ve got waiting for you over on Perks.

Thursday

HIGH STEAKS

            Porterhouse for Two and Cocktails on the Roof

The Ritz-Carlton has a new restaurant that’s heavy on the steak and pasta. You’ll eat Garganelli with
lamb Bolognese and black truffle butter-covered filets there. Then, you’ll mosey over to Torali Bar for a
gin drink with Earl Grey-infused vermouth served with optional rooftop views. Solid moseying.

Friday

HI, HONEY

            This New Lunch Spot Has a Honey Bar, So That’s Nice

A new luncheteria, Honeygrow, is about to make its Chicago debut in the West Loop. Its signature honey bar
will be there. So will something called the Capone, a stir-fry made with Italian sausage and roasted red
peppers. And you. You can be there, too.

Saturday

GET OUT

            Private Villas and Hot Tubs Far, Far Away From the Lolla Masses

Should the sweaty crowds of Lollapalooza not necessarily appeal to you, there is golf to be played. Spend
the night in one of Grand Geneva’s 29 new villas, complete with fire pit and pool access. Then spend the
day on Wisconsin’s finest links. Fire pits > mosh pits.

HIGH DIVE

            Just a Faux Dive Bar in a Swimming Pool

There are dive bars, and then there are bars that look like dive bars in the former swimming pool of the
Chicago Athletic Association Hotel. This is about the latter, which will be popping up to pay tribute to the
Chicago drinking staple with things like beet-pickled eggs and rye Old Fashioneds. Close enough.

Sunday

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE

            Fulton Market Has Another New Brewery. Hope You’re Okay With That.

Welcome to Chicago’s first contract brewery. That statement probably doesn’t mean a lot to you. Just
know that it brews other people’s beer. People like Begyle, Maplewood and War Pigs. And you get to drink
it in the brick- and subway tile-covered tasting room. Thanks, contract brewery.

What Else Is New

BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE

            Your Weekly Trump Administration Power Rankings...

…can
be found right here, along with a brief history of
cocaine use in polite society and dispatches from
Wall Drug, the most uniquely American tourist attraction in the country.

Sarah Freeman is often accused of hiding secrets in her hair. She can make any cocktail, as long as that cocktail is a rye Old Fashioned, and has never met a saison she didn’t like.

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