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This Week in CHI: April 24 – 30

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The Bitches Who Brunch kickball team dominated this Sunday winning our first game in the Brunch n’ Kickball league with Chicago Sport and Social! It didn’t hurt that the weather was pristine and walking to brunch after our big win, I couldn’t help but notice the tulips were in full bloom. In addition to all the fun happenings around the city this week, don’t forget to stop and smell the flowers!

Monday
Dreamy Zack Morris from Saved By The Bell had the right idea when he said, “I like school. It’s a good way to kill time between weekends.” We feel you Zack. Except instead of school, it’s work and in actuality, who says you can’t have weekend worthy outings during the week? The Wicker Park pop-up restaurant, Saved By The Max, pays tribute to the 1980’s television classic, Saved By The Bell and this week it is hosting The Bramble Bash. Sticking to the same decade, the bash will feature a 1980’s themed cocktail competition with some of Chicago’s top bartenders taking a stab at their own version of the Bramble gin cocktail. For more information, click here. Saved By The Max – 1941 W. North, Chicago, IL.

Tuesday
Café Ba-Ba-Reeba! is inviting you to take your taste buds on a quick trip to Spain for its annual Spring in Spain Wine Tasting event. Tapas and pintxos will be served to authenticate the Spanish wine tasting experience. Although the Bitches brunch experience at Café Ba-Ba-Reeba! was lackluster, we are hard pressed to pass up the opportunity to taste Spanish wines and expand our working knowledge of our favorite adult beverage. The event is $35 per person and advanced reservations are required. More information can be found here. Café Ba-Ba-Reeba! – 2024 N. Halsted St., Chicago, IL.

Wednesday
Homestead On The Roof is embracing the bounty of spring with its 4th Spring Harvest Pop-Up Dinner Series. This rooftop restaurant takes farm-to-table to an entirely next level with a 3,000 square foot organic garden situated next to your dining experience—talk about fresh! Off Color Brewing will be the muse for this evening’s three-course menu, as Executive Chef Scott Shulman digs into the garden for ingredients to complement the beers offered on tap. Dinner is $50 and reservations can be made here. For more information, click here. Homestead On The Roof – 1924 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL. Enter through Roots Handmade Pizza.

Thursday
Cocktail lovers, it’s that time of year again to socialize and find your new beloved cocktail at the 4th Annual Chicago Cocktail Social. The event brings elite Chicago mixologists together to share their talents at Galleria Marchetti for a one-stop cocktail party. Tickets are $65. To purchase and for more information, click here. Galleria Marchetti – 825 W. Erie St., Chicago, IL.

Friday
This weekend, the One of A Kind Spring Show and Sale returns to the Merchandise Mart to celebrate the work of 300 brilliant independent makers and creators. The shopping experience complete with food, drinks and entertainment essentially brings Etsy to life. This event takes out the uncertainty that naturally coincides with online shopping. For tickets and more information, click here. The Merchandise Mart – 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, Chicago, IL.

Saturday
The funky taco spot covered in colorful street art in Old Town, Broken English, is hard to miss and so should its Spring Fling Brunch. The back patio is reserved for bottomless brunch and open bar benefitting Erika’s Lighthouse. Erika’s Lighthouse is a native Chicago land area nonprofit seeking to “educate school communities about teen depression, eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness and empower teens to take charge of their mental health.” Brunching for a worthy cause always hits the spot. The bottomless brunch and open bar is $45, lasting from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Cash is the preferred method of payment. For more information, click here. Broken English – 1400 N. Wells St., Chicago, IL.

Find out if you still have the magic touch for flip cup at Old Crow Smokehouse as Chicago Sport & Social hosts its 7th Annual Flip Cup Tournament. Enter as a team of 4 for $160 to show off your flip cup prowess. This includes a three-hour beer package. If flip cup isn’t your strong suit, $30 tickets are available for you to relive your college days, drink beer and cheer on your friends. Old Crow Smokehouse River North – 149 W. Kinzie St., Chicago, IL.

Sunday
Sunday is for the ladies and that means BRUNCH! Take advantage of our brilliant Bitchtastic Brunch Guide to help narrow down where you and your friends will be brunching today.

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