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Three Dots and a Dash Custom Mug; Frontier Serves Up llama Tonight; More

RIVER NORTH—Three Dots and a Dash will debut their first custom mug on Monday, September 2 at 5 p.m. The ceramic sea urchin mug was designed along with and produced by Tiki Farm and will only be available for sale at the bar for $20. In honor of the occasion, Paul McGee will be working his first bartending shift that evening. [EaterWire]

WEST TOWN—Frontier's eighth "So You Think You're a Foodie" chef's table is tonight at 8 p.m. and the theme is llama. The Reader spoke to executive chef Brian Jupiter about what his plans are for the animal here. The price per guest is $65 (before tax and tip), with optional wine or beer pairings an additional $15. Call 773-772-4322 to snag a spot. [EaterWire]

LINCOLN PARK—August 29 marks venerable punk bar Delilah's 20th birthday and Compass Box Whisky Co. is celebrating the occasion. A limited edition (4,800 bottles) blended scotch whisky named, appropriately, "Delilah's," will makes its debut on "Delilah's Anniversary Day" on Thursday. "Delilah's" will also be available in select markets nationwide. [EaterWire]

ROGERS PARK—R Public House made a surprise opening Tuesday night, drawing a crowd after word got out. Renee Labrana, who had been a partner in Glenwood Bar before a dispute led her to leave, took over the former Gruppo di Amici spot, staffing the entire kitchen with its former employees. Keeping things "in the family," all of R Public House's bartenders had previously worked at Glenwood Bar. Serving "upscale pub fare" (Roman-style thin crust pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, wings, etc.) R Public House is open from 3 p.m. until 2 a.m. Mondays through Saturdays, noon to 2 a.m. on Sundays. [DNAinfo]

Three Dots and a Dash

435 North Clark Street, , IL 60654 (312) 610-4220 Visit Website

Frontier

1072 North Milwaukee Avenue, , IL 60642 (773) 772-4322 Visit Website

Three Dots and a Dash

435 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL.

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