Chicago’s Crossing is thrilled to host the Four Corners’ Black Wednesday Black Light Bar Crawl on Nov. 21, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The bar crawl includes three stops: Crossing, Schoolyard and Kirkwood.
"Black lights, glow sticks, no work the next day and Four Corners Taverns: you can't go wrong!" JT Thomas, general manager of Crossing, said.
Tickets are on sale now for the Black Wednesday Black Light Bar Crawl, which includes domestic drafts, house drinks and a food buffet with items such as miniature burgers, tater tots and pizza at every stop. Customers do not have to worry about transportation as a ticket also includes the trolley as transportation between bars. Tickets are $20 in advance at shop.fourcornerstaverns.com or $25 at the door.
As Chicago's official home for University of Kansas alumni, Crossing is a great hang out to catch games this football season, especially Kansas University and Chicago Bears games. Inside the bar, Crossing has 46 TVs mounted on a 10-foot wall for the ultimate viewing of every game. The bar also has a beer garden for patrons to watch the games.
For more information about Crossing's offerings, menu and other services, call 773-327-4900, view the Chicago bar on the Web at www.crossingtavern.com or visit 2548 N. Southport Ave. in Chicago.
Crossing is a continuation of Four Corners Tavern Group's tradition of adding a great neighborhood bar and grill in a place where people will appreciate it. At Crossing, it's not about reinventing the wheel (or the tap), it's about sticking with what works, no apologies.
Crossing welcomes all Chicago Bears fans for Bears games, and as a Kansas Jayhawks bar, it also welcomes University of Kansas fans. The Chicago bar also serves brunch.