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Scorching Hot Saint Lou's/Moneygun Opening Back Patio in May

The space will stay open year 'round

A rendering of the patio at Saint Lou's Assembly
A rendering of the patio at Saint Lou's Assembly
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Moneygun bar and neighboring restaurant Saint Lou's Assembly have been a huge hit since 16" On Center (Thalia Hall, Dusek's, Promontory, Empty Bottle) opened the two concepts last month. But they're not done, as in mid-May they'll unveil Saint Lou's 100-seat back porch patio where visitors can play bocce while sipping on boozy floats and other Moneygun drinks. Saint's Lou's meat and threes will also be available outdoors.

The news release seems to show that space and offerings are picnic-inspired, as grab-and-go items will also be available. Soft-serve ice cream and sundaes are also part of the backyard plans. They're also allowing patrons to pick six craft beer cans which will be packed into a cooler. If beer doesn't interest, a bottle of wine can also be packed into the Coleman Lil Oscar Coolers.

The space should stay open all year. Check back when 16" On Center announces a specific opening date (or maybe they'll do another stealth opening). But for now, look at the rendering.

St Lou's Assembly

664 West lake Street, Chicago, IL 60661 (312) 600-0600


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