Four Farthings Tavern and Grill in Chicago is announcing that Dickens Fest is back on and scheduled for Sept. 21 and 22. The two-day event will feature food, alcohol and live music. There will also be activities for children in the early part of the day.
“We live in such a great city with so much going on that there is almost too much! Let me add one more event to your social calendar,” John Corry of Four Farthings Tavern and Grill said. “Dickens Fest features food, drinks, kids activities during the day, and nightly music that features great local and national bands! Check back for more information as the event approaches.”
Four Farthings Tavern and Grill would also like to take this opportunity to announce that it is now accepting team sponsorships for summer 2012. Sponsorships include T-shirts, drink and food specials, and $100 toward the league fee.
In preparation for summer, Four Farthings has also opened its outdoor patio space and will be introducing its Summer IPA in the next month. Until then, head over to Four Farthings to enjoy live music on Friday night, piano player Alan Gresik every Wednesday and an additional night of live music on Tuesdays during summer.
For more information about Dickens Fest or any of Four Farthings Tavern and Grill’s products or services, call 773-935-2060, view the tavern on the web at www.fourfarthings.biz or visit 2060 North Cleveland Ave. in Chicago.
About Four Farthings Tavern and Grill
Four Farthings Tavern and Grill began in 1963 and was redone in 1981 by new owners, John and Bill Nordhem. The grill room was added in 1983, turning Four Farthings into the neighborhood favorite. It features fresh steaks and seafood, along with pastas and nightly specials. The bar offers lighter fare and, weather permitting, there is outdoor seating on the gorgeous patio. The bar and party room are popular spots to view sporting events or to meet friends and relax. The rooms are kept in keeping with the age of the building and reflect the elegance of century old paneling with arched mirrors and old Chicago pictures and artwork.
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