Chicago’s Crossing is announcing a Cinco de Derby Pub Crawl that includes access to their Trifecta of Kirkwood, Schoolyard and Crossing on May 5. The cost is $20 in advance or $25 at the door. This includes an “all-you-can-eat” taco bar at each bar, and Coronas and Avion margaritas at all three bars. Avion margarita was recently crowned the World's Greatest Margarita at the Sixth Annual World Margarita Championship.
Customers can start at any of the three bars, and there will be no physical ticket mailed; each location will have the list of names of those who have made reservations at check-in.
Crossing recommends making reservations for the pub crawl before it sells out.
“This pub crawl combines two great celebrations into one,” Violeta Koleva of Crossing said. “Saturday, May 5 is Cinco de Mayo and the date for the Kentucky Derby. Crossing is taking notice of that and is inviting customers to come and join them and watch the Kentucky Derby, ‘the fastest two minutes in sports,’ live.”
Crossing is the eighth bar in the Four Corners Tavern Group and the group’s newest venue. Boasting more than 6,000 square-feet of space, Crossing offers its guests four different bars, including a full bar located in the sprawling outdoor beer garden and an elevated mezzanine that accommodates 30 to 50 guests.
“Providing the ultimate game-watching experience influenced the conceptualization and design of Crossing, which now features more than 50 plasma-screen TVs,” Koleva said. “With our 12 different draft beers and 34 kinds of bottled beer, not to mention our 12 varieties of wine, Crossing provides an excellent place to watch a University of Kansas game or any sport event.”
For more information about the Cinco de Derby Pub Crawl or any of Crossing’s products or services, call 773-327-4900, visit the 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.
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