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Vendy Awards Tomorrow; 'Spinning Plates' Premiere Parties at Aviary; More

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KENDALL COLLEGE—The Vendy Awards, which attempts to crown the best street vendor in town, comes to Chicago for the first time tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. Finalists include Pleasant Bakery and Schnitzel King; tickets are still available here. [EaterWire]

FULTON MARKET—"Spinning Plates," the restaurant documentary featuring Alinea and Grant Achatz, is set to hit theaters late in the month. The Aviary is hosting three premiere parties and meet-and-greets starting October 25, click here for more info. [Facebook]

WESTERN SPRINGS—Chef Paul Virant is collaborating with acclaimed cookbook author Hank Shaw on a waterfowl-themed dinner at Vie. Shaw's latest cookbook Duck, Duck, Goose was just released Tuesday, call the restaurant for $80 ($120 with wine pairings) reservations. [EaterWire]

UNION STATION—Tickets are on sale for the latest edition of the Chicago Beer Festival. Taking place October 19, the festival offers more than 60 breweries and 200 beers between two sessions. [EaterWire]

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