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Table, Donkey and Stick Begins Brunch Service; Peek at Forthcoming Cantina de la Granja; More

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LOGAN SQUARE—You can now make reservations for brunch service at Table, Donkey and Stick, which begins tomorrow and runs from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Chef Scott Manley is offering new dishes, including bacon steak, corned duck leg, potato doughnuts and pretzel bread pudding. Bar manager John Douglass has created some new cocktails, including a ubiquitous bloody Mary and something called "corpse reviver" featuring (Aperol, Cocchi Americano, Prosecco, grapefruit and blood orange bitters). [EaterWire]

ANDERSONVILLE—If you're interested in seeing what's in store at Cantina de la Granja, the forthcoming restaurant will hold a series of dinners over the next several months. Tickets for the dinner are on sale now, run $100 each, and all proceeds will be donated to organizations such as Common Threads, Green City Market, Care For Real and Gary Comer Youth Center. The series presents a peek at what chef Diana Davila has in store when the restaurant opens later this year. [EaterWire]

NOBLE SQUARE—Stop by Beauty Bar this Saturday evening when Old Style paints the whole place gold for its second annual "Golden Can" sweepstakes. Guests will be treated to DJ's, a photo booth and will have the chance to win an assortment of prizes. [EaterWire]

LINCOLN PARK—Ranalli's is introducing their latest chef special pizza for June, a Boston clam pizza featuring white clam sauce, bacon, chopped clams, ham, pepper jack cheese, pickled Hungarian peppers, which is then finished with fresh herbs. The 12-inch medium special is $14.95. [EaterWire]

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Table, Donkey and Stick

2728 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60647 (773) 486-8525 Visit Website

Table, Donkey and Stick

2728 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60647

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