March is full of things to do in Chicago for Mardi Gras and St. Patrick's Day. But to fill the days until Spring finally arrives, these city spots have you covered:
REVIVAL FOOD HALL
Get your 70s groove on as The Heavy Feather kicks off March with a throwback First Friday at Revival Food Hall. From 5 PM - 9 PM on March 1st enjoy 70s-inspired sips. As you sip, “Shake Your Groove Thing” to some of the best artists of the era including Prince, Michael Jackson and Donna Summers while DJ Peter Croce spins vinyl. Visitors have the option to complement their cocktails with a variety of food offerings from Revival Food Hall vendors such as Lito’s Empanadas, The Budlong and Furious Spoon, which will all have extended hours until 8 PM. Bell bottoms not required.
THE RUIN DAILY
The Ruin Daily, Chicago’s boozy deli, is turning two years old and since life is too short for sh*tty sandwiches, it's getting decked out in it's finest birthday garb and throwing a bash to celebrate. Swing by the sandwich shop and day bar on March 21st from 8 AM - 9 PM for The Ruin Annually, a festive jubilee featuring new menu items along with the debut of a specialty brew created in collaboration with Ravenswood’s Spiteful Brewing.
Head to Hyde Park every Monday night to sink your teeth into $5 burgers at The Promontory, the neighborhood's hearth-driven restaurant and bar.
From 5 - 11 p.m., a burger topped with muenster cheese, shaved red onion and dijonaisse sauce is just five bucks. For an additional $3, guests can add a side of French fries.