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Indugle Your Sweet Tooth at the Anderson Dessert Crawl

While some 45,000 runners attempt the Chicago Marathon tomorrow, you can partake in a whole different kind of marathon—one that luckily doesn't include Spandex pants or, for that matter, running. The Fourth Annual Andersonville Dessert Crawl provides the opportunity to sample sweets at eateries throughout the neighborhood. Chose from two different routes, or if you have a gigantic sweet tooth, do both (list of participating businesses after the jump). The crawl begins at the Swedish American Museum (5211 N. Clark St., 773-728-8111) starting at 1 p.m., where you'll also pick up your dessert passport for your designated route. While enjoying the sugar rush, make sure to get your passport stamped by each business on the route, and you'll get a chance to win tickets to the 2010 Andersonville Wine Walk. Advance prices are $25 dollars for one route ($30 day of) and $40 for both routes ($50 day of); advance tickets are available here.

Just can't decide on a route? Do the Everything Nice Route, which includes both!

Sugar Route:
Ann Sather
George's Ice Cream and Sweets
Hamburger Mary's
In Fine Spirits
La Cocina de Frida
Noodle Zone
Piatto Pronto
Painted Light Photography & Framing hosting The Swedish Bakery
Ranalli's
Simon's Tavern hosting Svea
The Landmark of Andersonville hosting Taste of Lebanon
The Coffee Studio
The Galleria hosting Terry's Toffee

Spice Route:
Andie's
Big Jones
Charlie's Ale House
Fireside
Foursided hosting Ann Sather & The Swedish Bakery
Huey's
Kopi
Middle Eastern Bakery
Scout hosting M. Henry
Simon's Tavern hosting Svea
Starbucks
The Wooden Spoon
The Coffee Studio
The Galleria hosting Terry's Toffee

M. Henry

5707 N Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60660 773 561 1600 Visit Website

Big Jones

5347 North Clark Street, , IL 60640 (773) 275-5725 Visit Website

In Fine Spirits Lounge

5420 N Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60640 773 334 9463

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