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This Week in CHI: April 17-23

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Earth Day is this Saturday, which is one of the many reasons to appreciate how glorious the weather was in the city this past weekend. The Chicago Bitches will also be spending their Sunday soaking in the sun, kicking balls then brunching for the kick off game of the Brunch n’ Kickball league season! However, before Sunday rolls around there is plenty to do this week in Chicago.

Monday
“First rule of fight club: You do not talk about fight club.” Unless it’s Culinary Fight Club – The ChiTown Taco edition, because honestly, we cannot help ourselves when it comes to talking about food, especially tacos. Cesar’s Killer Margaritas on Clark is hosting the live cooking competition and as tasters, you will get to cast your vote for the winner of the fight. The event is $40 with all proceeds benefiting Fight2Feed. For tickets and more information, click here. Cesar’s Killer Margaritas on Clark , 3166 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL

Tuesday
Revolution Brewing is holding a Pints & Bites happy hour fundraiser for an incredible cause, Turning the Page. Turning the Page provides resources for parents and family members of the Chicago Public School community to become more engaged in their child’s learning experience. Business casual is the attire, so grab a pint or pints and food at the open bar after work and help towards making a difference in the Chicago education system. Tickets are $35. To purchase your ticket and for more information, click here. Revolution Brewing Brewpub, 2323 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL.

Wednesday
Daybreaker parties are all the rage in L.A. and New York and the trend is slowly starting to trickle into the Chicago scene. PRYSM Nightclub turns “dayclub” by hosting DAYBREAKER CHI // All of the Brights for an hour of yoga from 5:30 a.m. until 6:30 a.m., followed by a massive dance party lasting until 8:30 a.m.! Bai and The Infatuation are bringing breakfast, coffee and fresh pressed juice as your metabolism revs up and you dance your way into the workday. Forget your morning spin class this Wednesday and grab your neon because Daybreaker CHI sounds like a can not miss social event. For tickets and more information, click here. PRYSM Nightclub, 1543 N. Kingsbury St., Chicago, IL.

Thursday
The Taste of Iceland, an Icelandic cultural festival, is back in Chicago for its second year to give Chicagoans a flavor of Icelandic cuisine, cocktails, music, art and film. To view the full list of festival activities occurring in various locations across the City on April 20th through April 23rd, click here.

Earth Day is everyday but since Saturday is recognized as the official holiday, Eataly Chicago is hosting a Natural Wine Fest to celebrate the makers of Italy’s best and smartest sustainable wineries. Each day comes the opportunity to reframe our daily choices in order to positively impact the environment, so why not start with environmentally friendly wine? 15 wine and food pairings will be available to taste at the delight of your palate. Tickets are $42. For more information and to reserve your time slot and ticket, click here. Eataly Chicago, 43 E. Ohio St., Chicago, IL.

Friday
Deepen your wine knowledge by tasting a slew of lighter wines for the spring and summer season at The Foxhole Chicago during its Spring Fling Wine Tasting. In Grape Company is providing the wine selection as sommeliers, Kevin Ball and Alicia Elkins of A Wine & Spirits company guide you through the seasonal selection of boutique wines available. Light h’orderves will be served for grazing. Tickets are $20. For more information, click here. The Foxhole Chicago, 2444 W. Montrose Ave., Chicago, IL.

Saturday
The festival that is 100% Bitch approved in Chicago this Saturday will not fall short for a donut lover’s dream come true! Donut shops from around the city are gathering for our donut eating pleasure at Old Crow Smokehouse in River North from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m. For the love of donuts, you must be there! Tickets are $50, which includes a plethora of donut tastings and three mimosa or beer drink tickets. For more information, click here. Old Crow Smokehouse River North, 149 W. Kinzie St., Chicago, IL.

Sunday
The first game of the Brunch n’ Kickball league season is today and the Chicago Bitches are stoked to get out on field for the newest Chicago Sport and Social and Bitches Who Brunch collaboration! There is still time to join the league or even the Chicago Bitches team with a friend by following us on Twitter and letting us know your favorite Lincoln Park, post-kickball brunch hotspot! Here is our Bitch approved Brunch n’ Kickball guide if you need help deciding.

 

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