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As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, many Chicago restaurants and lounges are coming together to raise money for the cause. 

Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel, Chicago is making a pink upgrade to their afternoon “Modern Tea” service. Modern Pink Tea is offered throughout October, and includes Rishi Tea’s Tangerine Ginger Tea, paired with Pastry Chef Caroline’s pink treats—pink velvet cake pops, chocolate strawberry doughnuts, cranberry scones, cherry macaroons, and more. Modern Pink Tea is $50 per person, with 50% of sales donated to Susan G. Komen Chicagoland. Reservations for tea are required (call 312.477.0234) with service offered from 2-4 p.m. Friday through Sunday.

Pink Modern Tea

The Living Room, a new small-plates lounge at Hyatt Regency Chicago, creates Support The Girls—made with gin, mint liqueur, raspberries, thyme, simple syrup, and lime for $12, with $1 of each cocktail donated to Bright Pink. BIG Bar, also located in Hyatt Regency Chicago, is offering The Pink October, made with Ketel One Citroen, triple sec, orange juice, and strawberry puree, for $14, with $1 of each cocktail donated to Bright Pink.

The Pink October Big Bar

Howells & Hood, the Michigan Avenue dining destination known for its expansive craft beer list, is featuring the Awareness cocktail (Stoli Vanil, cranberry, prosecco; $11) all October long with $1 of each drink sold benefitting the Lynn Sage foundation.

Old Town’s favorite craft beer bar, Old Town Pour House is raising awareness and funds for Breast Cancer throughout the month of October with their Pink Stiletto cocktail (Bacardi Limon, riesling, strawberry puree, simple syrup, and Sprite; $11). $1 from every drink sold benefits the Lynn Sage foundation.

 The Blanchard is serving La Vie en Rose – made with vodka, lemongrass syrup, Cocchi Rosa Aperitif Wine, rose water. $1 from each purchased during the month of October goes to the Lynn Sage Foundation.

The Blanchard La Vie En Rose Neil Burger 2

Wicker Par watering hole, The Boundary gives guests the opportunity to give back with the Pink Lady cocktail (Smirnoff Green Apple, lemon juice, cranberry juice, Sprite, and lemon peel; $7). Throughout the month of October, $1 of every drink sold will benefit the Lynn Sage foundation.

Cowgirl Bone-in Ribeye (16 oz.)— Maple & Ash’s signature cut cooked on the restaurant’s open hearth. Every guest that orders this steak also receives a pink cowgirl hat, courtesy of Maple & Ash. $1 from each purchased during the month of October goes to the Lynn Sage Foundation

Bone In Cowgirl Steak With Pink Hat

Come out and show your support all month long with these great cocktails and steak!


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