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Nico Osteria Transports Guests To 1930s Paris; Parson's Ice Rink Opens Tomorrow; More

Plus, Chicago Tribune's annual dining awards are revealed.

Nico Osteria
Nico Osteria
Marc Much

GOLD COAST—Beginning tonight at 8:00 p.m., Nico Osteria's head bartender Matty Eggleston takes guests to 1930s Paris for a cocktail menu inspired by Parisian cocktail handbooks of the time. The weekly No Key Required series tonight will feature three classic and two original cocktails from Eggleston and bartender Frank Meier, priced between $13 and $20. [EaterWire]

LOGAN SQUARE—The ice rink at Parson's Chicken & Fish is finally set to open Friday beginning at 3:00 p.m. They'll keep the ice rink open until midnight and will charge $5 to skate. Warm up with hot drinks and food inside. [EaterWire]

THE CRITICSThe Chicago Tribune unveiled its annual dining awards, naming Parachute best new restaurant, Boka's Lee Wolen best chef of the year and featuring mfk., 42 Grams, Spiaggia and more among the best Chicago dining has to offer. [Tribune]

Nico Osteria

1015 North Rush Street, , IL 60611 (312) 994-7100 Visit Website

Parson's Chicken & Fish

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

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