David Bowie fans will soon be able to channel their inner Ziggy Stardust at the Museum of Contemporary Art's newest exhibit "David Bowie Is," which will feature a Bowie-themed menu at accompanying Puck's Cafe. Starting Sept. 23 and running until Jan. 4, 2015, Chicagoans can marvel at a retrospective of the famous English musician's career and chow down on Bowie-inspired bites at Puck's. The special menu will be available on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 4 p.m. to closing.
"Ziggy Stardust Schmaltz" (assortment of cheeses, pickled beech mushrooms, candied cashews, grilled baguette), "Modern Love" (smoked tofu and grapefruit salad) and "Starman Wings" (boneless fried chicken) are just a few of the options, while bartenders will prepare themed libations like "Rock and Roll Suicide" (red pop rocks, white rum, lemonade, raspberry puree, raspberry). Check out the full menu below and get ready to get your glitz and glam on; face paint not required.