Gejas Cafe is offering a romantic spin to the evening. On Sunday and Monday, diners who purchase a Premiere Dinner will receive a second Premiere Dinner for free. Gejas calls itself one of the most romantic restaurants in the city, and normally a claim like that would annoy the crap out of me, but I have to agree. The food is amazing and the atmosphere just exhudes romance. My fiance and I actually had dinner here the night we got engaged.
colorful parade of marching bands, lion teams, floats and the Mystical Dragon. The parade steps off at 1:00 p.m. and heads down Wentworth from 24th St. to Cermak. Be sure to stick around for dinner at New Chinatown Chop Suey.
February Craft Fairy at The Nineteen Hundred & One Gallery/Theater for over 15 local dark crafters and artists. Browse through homemade jewelry, knitting, accessories, clothing, candles, incense and baked goods.
mmm i could absolutely go for some fondue. have a great weekend! xoxo jcdReplyDelete
I'm very glad to see that Chicago has resumed life as usual...or at least dining and craft fairing as usual.ReplyDelete
I could care less about the super bowl, too--I'm thinking I'll use the day to finish my novel and get a manicure :)
I'm glad I found your blog through FTLOB. I'm now following it. We are going to be celebrating chinese new year ourselves because our daughter is adopted from China.ReplyDelete
I'm a bit late, but following you from Friday's blog hop! You can find me at http://thasuburbanhousewife.blogspot.comReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by!!ReplyDelete
Tara - I'm all about a Super Bowl manicure! Chicago has resumed but around the 8-foot high snow piles on every corner.
Ross - Me too! :)