Offering various menu items in a cozy and comfortable atmosphere, Chicago’s Gaslight is celebrating the holiday season with a Christmas Beer Dinner on Dec. 4 and 5. The dinner will be made by chef John Alden and consist of five courses with Christmas beers from a variety of breweries. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are available at www.gaslightbar.com.
"The Christmas Beer Dinner has become so popular that we will be doing two days so we can accommodate everyone wishing to attend," said Mike Schieber, general manager of Gaslight.
Gaslight is encouraging the community to visit the restaurant during its Christmas Beer Dinner and celebrate the holiday. During the dinner, Gaslight will be holding a contest; dress up as a character from your favorite Christmas movie, and the best costume will win two tickets for the next beer dinner at Gaslight.
Every day, Gaslight offers a selection of meals ranging from seafood to turkey burgers and fried pickles. The bar’s newer menu items include chicken kebobs, smoked cheddar quesadillas, and salmon and nectarine salad.
Known as Chicago's hangout for Ohio State alumni, Gaslight offers a large list of constantly changing craft beers, imports and domestic staple beers.
"Please stop by and enjoy a meal or a couple of drinks with us,” Schieber said. “We look forward to making you a regular.”
For more information about the Christmas Beer Dinner or anything else about Gaslight, call 773-929-7759, view the bar on the Web at www.gaslightbar.com or visit at 2426 N. Racine Ave. in Chicago.
Gaslight is Chicago's leading hot spot for great food and the best drinks. It is also a cozy place to have a great time after a hard day at work. Established in 2002, the bar and grill boasts a creative menu. Some popular food items are the brie-stuffed turkey burger, the lollypop lamb chops and, of course, the skillet cookie. Gaslight has a large selection of drinks, from craft beers and imports to hand-crafted cocktails and fine wines. It's a well-established and family-friendly neighborhood favorite.