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Don't Trip Over A Chicken Bone: Parson's Chicken & Fish Opening an Ice Rink

Yes, you can finally eat fried chicken and ice skate just in time for the holidays.

Parson's owners on the patio in summer
Parson's owners on the patio in summer
Timothy Hiatt

Parson's Chicken & Fish is attempting to attract customers to its patio during the frigid winter months by transforming it into an ice skating rink, reports RedEye.

For $5 per person, customers can enact their favorite scenes from "The Cutting Edge" or "Blades of Glory" while skating around a rink that opens on Friday, Dec. 12. They'll offer skate rentals for an additional, yet unspecified, cost. The rink's hours are 3 p.m. to midnight on Fridays, 10 a.m. to midnight on Saturdays, and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays, the Red Eye added. The rink has a 30-skater max.

Parson's is also promising a special menu from chef Hunter Moore, but haven't revealed the details. Many customers have spent their summer days at Parson's patio sipping on cocktails prepared from bartender Charlie Schott. There's no indication of a drink limit for skaters.

UPDATE: According to Parson's, the menu will include hot and cold beverage items "for the enjoyment of adults and children alike."

Parson's Chicken & Fish

2952 West Armitage Avenue, , IL 60647 (773) 384-3333 Visit Website

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