January is flying by! We can’t believe we are in our third week of the month already. Let’s take some time to smell the roses this week with these great events around town.
Come to Emporium in Logan Square and play pool for free all night! And, if you RSVP, you get a free drink. So bring your friends, and your pool playing skills for a fun-filled Monday. For more information, click here.
Learn the art of brewing the perfect cup of java at Ipsento Coffee House on Western Avenue. This coffee brewing class will teach you how to brew at home the same cup of coffee you get in our coffee shop. Gone will be the days of $3 cups of coffee at coffee shops! For more information, and tickets, click here.
Let’s make life easy this Wednesday and head to Easy Bar on Division Street for an ice cream social. New Belgium Brewing and Ben & Jerry’s are pairing together some delicious brews and ice cream selections for this event. Head there after work for a fun, happy hour event filled with everyone’s two favorite things: beer and ice cream. For more information, click here.
Rock climbing and cocktails? Yes, please! Our favorite rock climbing facility, Brooklyn Boulders, is hosting a cocktail class with CH Distillery. Learn how to make delicious cocktails and climb some boulders all in one night. For more information, click here.
Yoga in the Sky is back! AMPED and Zen Yoga Garage are ringing in 2017 with some evening yoga at the Willis Tower. After a nice yoga class, head to the 103rd floor Sky Deck for some city lights and samples from Muscle Milk, Davids Team, Kind Snacks, and more. For more information, click here.
Join Executive Chef of Latincity, Marcos Flores, for a hands-on cooking class experience teaching you the art of making Montaditos. Oh, and there will be cocktails, which makes this even better! Tickets are $35 and won’t be around for long so grab them while you can. For more information, and for tickets, click here.
Chicago’s first Vegan Mac Down mac n’ cheese cook off is happening this Sunday and Chicago is quite excited about it. For all mac n’ cheese enthusiasts, this is one of those rare and exciting cook-offs to attend all year. Come and see how chefs get that same cheesy taste without the dairy. Tickets are $12 at the door. For questions, email Rachel at [email protected]ition.org and click here for more information.