Chicago Restaurant Week

Good times this weekend, very good times. Whether you're checking out a very unique new show in "The Adventures of Tapman,"a dazzling production on ice of "Frozen," admiring purebred dogs at the International Kennel Club Dog Show, or digging in to some delicious food in the return of Chicago Restaurant Week 2015 (!!), you've got things to smile about.



Chicago Restaurant Week 2015

Chicago Restaurant Week has finally arrived! This 14-day culinary celebration brings together the city's finest restaurants for one major chow-down. Enjoy special prix fixe menus starting at $22 for lunch and $33/$44 for dinner (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity). There's really no end to the types of cuisines to choose from - Chicago has it all. 

For more details, visit, where you can browse participating restaurants, view menus and reserve a table. For some insider info, check out our blog series on some places to keep an eye on.



You know the music all too well, now see the story of "Frozen" come to life on the ice at the United Center! The Academy Award® -winning tale will be told live for the first time in this production, capturing the dynamic between two royal sisters, Anna and Elsa. Kids and adults alike will go wild for this magical journey, and you already know you'll be belting "Let It Go" all over again for days (weeks?) to come.  



IKC Dog Show

Watch purebred dogs compete for the coveted "Best in Show" title, see Pro Plan Performance Team demonstrations of extraordinary feats of canine athleticism and skill, watch demos by service dogs, shop vendors and more during this fun event at McCormick Place!

For ticket prices and visitor info, visit



The Adventures of Tapman

Follow the trails and triumphs of the tenacious Tapman in "The Adventures of Tapman," presented by Tapman Productions, a newly formed Chicago-based tap company. Athenaeum Theatre audiences will see this lovelorn scientist turned tap dancing superhero take on his arch-nemesis, the MADD Tapper, alongside a number of crime-fighting comrades. Inspired by Artistic Director Tristan Bruns' childhood love of comic books, this is an exciting show for the whole family to enjoy. Tickets on sale now!