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Hubbard Inn Opens Tonight; Lillie's Q's Moon-Swine; deca's Pre-Theater Package

RIVER NORTH—The Hemingway-inspired Hubbard Inn opens its doors tonight, adding to the current heat taking place along Hubbard Street. The 8,000 square-foot, two-story spot can seat 250 people and chef Bob Zrenner (North Pond, X/O) will serve Euro-inspired small-plates and flatbreads priced between $9 and $15. [EaterWire]

BUCKTOWNLillie's Q chef/owner Charlie McKenna will knock your socks off with his just-released MoonSwine:small-batch moonshine infused with bacon that's made Benjamin Prichard's Lincoln County Lightning whiskey. Shots or sippers are $8. [EaterWire]

GOLD COAST—Parking downtown sucks. Make your life easier if you're catching a show at Lookingglass or Broadway Playhouse and valet at the Ritz-Carlton. Get their pre-theater dinner package at deca (three-course dinner for two for $70) and they'll take care of the parking, which is just across the street from the theaters. Call 312-573-5160 for reservations. [EaterWire]

Hubbard Inn [Photo: Metromix]

Hubbard Inn

110 West Hubbard Street, , IL 60654 (312) 222-1331 Visit Website

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