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Goose at Pritzker Pavilion; Pastoral's New Website; Cibo's Perfect Pairings; In Chef's Hands

MILLENNIUM PARK—If approved by the City Council, Goose Island will pay the city $60,000 in order to sell alcoholic beverages and food during 63 concerts this year in Pritzker Pavilion. The city, of course, would take its cut. And yes, people will still be able to bring their own food and drinks to shows. [Trib]

LAKEVIEWPastoral has a new website, enabling users to more easily purchase cheese, wine, craft beer and other food-related gifts. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN—On June 8 between 6 and 7 p.m., Cibo Matto hosts "Perfect Pairings," featuring wines from Marchese de Frescobaldi, specialty cocktails and bites from chef Evan Percoco. Call 312-239-9502 to reserve a spot.

OLD TOWN—Be sure to get your tickets to In Chef's Hands, a charity started by Rodelio Aglibot and Todd Stein, to help foodies with special needs. The event, at Old Town Social on June 14, brings together the likes of Todd Stein, Jared Van Camp, Chris Pandel, Patricio Sandoval, Andrew Zimmerman. Get tickets online now. [EaterWire]

Pritzker Pavilion [Photo: PPS]

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