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Oak + Char Opening Thursday (May Not Have Booze); Lula Cafe's Last Halloween Dress Up; More

Plus, Evil Olive's island experience and half-price cocktails at Tortoise Club.

Oak + Char
Oak + Char
Nick Fochtman

RIVER NORTH—Oak + Char just announced that they will open for dinner service this coming Thursday whether or not they have a liquor license. Keep an eye here to find out when that license is secured and the booze begins to flow. To get you prepped, take a peek inside the restaurant and read over their menus. [EaterWire]

LOGAN SQUARELula Cafe has "dressed up" for Halloween for years (one iteration, dubbed "Taco Hell," featured Rick Bayless as Satan), but this year will be the last. To celebrate the restaurant's fifteenth anniversary, they will throw a quinceañera (sort of like a "Sweet Sixteen" party) and dress the whole joint up in pink, gold and white. You can still come dressed as you like for the evening. [DNAinfo]

WICKER PARKEvil Olive is relaunching this Wednesday and will be utilizing their huge LED wall with a 4D jungle theme on the dance floor, a back room underwater experience and an upstairs voodoo palace. All of this is geared towards giving revelers the feeling of being on an island. Hurry in to join in the island merriment before it ends Monday, November 3. [EaterWire]

RIVER NORTH—Tortoise Club has unveiled a new fall cocktail menu and is inviting guests to stop by for their Clubhouse Wednesdays where they can enjoy those new drinks for half price. They also have $1 shrimp and $1 oysters served between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. during weekdays in the lounge. [EaterWire]

Oak + Char

217 W Huron St, Chicago, IL 60654 (312) 643-2427 Visit Website

Tortoise Club

350 N State St, Chicago, IL 60654 (312) 755-1700 Visit Website

Lula Cafe

2537 North Kedzie Boulevard, , IL 60647 (773) 489-9554 Visit Website

Evil Olive

1551 W Division St, Chicago, IL 60622 (773) 235-9100 Visit Website

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