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Bill Kim at Tanta's First Cultural Crossover Dinner; Little Goat 85-Cent Coffee Special; More

Plus, Portage Park gastropub Community coming Feb. 5; Bread & Wine celebrate third anniversary with $3 cocktail.

Marc Much

RIVER NORTH—Tanta is holding a "Cultural Crossover" dinner with Belly Q's Bill Kim on January 22. The evening's menu will mix Peruvian and Asian cuisine for a seven-course meal. Tickets are $99 per person with just dinner, $150 with drink pairings and reservations can be made by calling 312-222-9604 or via e-mail. [EaterWire]

WEST LOOP—In coordination with the release of the film "A Most Violent Year" this Friday, Jaunary 16, Little Goat Bakery will be offering drip coffee at 1981 (the year the film is set in) prices ($0.85) from 6:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. [EaterWire]

PORTAGE PARKThe long gestating gastropub Community from Quay Tao is set to hit the Six Corners Shopping District on February 5. The restaurant will focus on American food from chef Joey Beato, who will also be heading up The Portage. [DNAinfo]

IRVING PARK—To celebrate their third anniversary, Bread & Wine will offer a $3 cocktail, the "Third Thyme's a Charm" (Cocchi Americano, ginger Liqueur, house-made bitters, thyme, house fresno chili, topped with soda over ice), beginning Friday, January 16 through Friday, January 23. [EaterWire]

Tanta Peruvian Restaurant

118 W Grand Avenue, Chicago, Il 60654 312 375 2172

Little Goat

820 W Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60607 312 888 3455

Bread & Wine

3732 W Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL 60618 773 866 5266