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Many More Chefs Sign Up For Food Network in Concert; Yum Cha Gets Booze; More

HIGHLAND PARK—Chefs continue to line up to participate in Food Network in Concert at Ravinia. Just a day after the original lineup announcement, Tony Mantuano, Jimmy Bannos Jr. and Sr., Tim Graham, Chris Marchino (Spiaggia), Bill Telepan (Telepan in NY), and Jim Papadopoulos (Bohemian House) have signed on. Tickets are on sale now. [EaterWire]

LAKESHORE EAST—Yum Cha, the new dim sum restaurant from Rodelio Aglibot, is now serving alcohol. Tea cocktails, classic cocktails, spirits, wine and beer are available for your drinking pleasure. [EaterWire]

LOOP—Head to the State Street Gallery at Robert Morris University (401 S. State) between tomorrow and June 26 to check out "Hot Dogs and Chicago," an oil painting exhibit. There's a reception tomorrow from 5-8 p.m. [EaterWire]

LINCOLN PARK—DryHop Brewers and the Lincoln Park Zoo are collaborating on a new beer to raise money for the the Red Panda Wish List Fund. It's a red saison (6 percent ABV) and a release party on May 7. [EaterWire]

Yum Cha Dim Sum Parlor

333 E. Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60601 312-600-8885

DryHop Brewers

3155 North Broadway, , IL 60657 (773) 857-3155 Visit Website

Ravinia

418 Sheridan Rd, Highland Park, IL

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