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We hope everyone had a wonderful New Year! We re-open for service tomorrow Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 5 p.m. See you there!

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Black Wednesday Fish Fry, Three Floyds, Wine Dinner and more! http://conta.cc/SdgizA

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The bluestem the cookbook dinner and Sunday Supper are right around the corner! Click the link for additional information, http://conta.cc/QdVveU

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Spence Farm Foundation Harvest Feast Chicago is on Thursday, Oct. 11 and we’d love to see you there! Click the link for ticket information. 
http://harvestfeastchicago.eventbrite.com/?discount=HFC2012Discount25

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New cocktails by Michael Page on the menu at Vie, stop by and try the "Autumn Breeze" or "Rouge."
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On Monday, Oct. 15, chef Paul Virant will host a collaborative dinner in honor of Kansas City chefs Megan and Colby Garrelts and their cookbook, bluestem the cookbook, at Vie. The cost of the seven-course dinner is $150 per person, plus tax and gratuity and includes a copy of the cookbook. Optional wine pairings for the dinner are $40. Seating will be available between 5 and 9 p.m.

Click the link for additional information, http://www.vierestaurant.com/events

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Join us for our North Shore Distillery Cocktail Dinner on Wednesday, Sept. 26!

Bar manager Michael Page will be joined by guest mixologists Ronnie Higgins of Bangers & Lace; Clint Rogers of Henri; Erin Hayes of Perennial Virant; Luke LeFiles of the former Premise; and Chicago cocktail consultant Todd Appel. North Shore Distillery owners Derek and Sonja Kassebaum will also be in attendance. For more information, visit http://tinyurl.com/957aqo8.

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Chef Paul Virant and pastry chef Elissa Narow traveled to St. Louis, Missouri earlier this week for a collaborative dinner with chef Gerard Craft at Niche. The dinner featured dishes straight from the pages of chef Virant’s cookbook, The Preservation Kitchen. Click the link to read a recent article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on chef Virant, his cookbook and the dinner, http://tinyurl.com/8z6eewt.
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