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  • Round up some friends for a free sundae at Little Market Brasserie, which might taste even better on the restaurant's sidewalk cafe.
Round up some friends for a free sundae at Little Market Brasserie, which… (Drew Templeton/Little…)
May 13, 2013|By Julia Borcherts @Julia Borcherts | For RedEye


Half-Price Tapas

Minibar 3341 N. Halsted St. 773-871-6227

Satisfy your savory cravings without breaking the bank with 50 percent off all hot and cold tapas including a trio of wagyu mini-burgers with cheddar, arugula and tomatoes (regularly $12) and seven varieties of bruschetta (regularly $4-$5) including smoked salmon with capers, red onion, creme fraiche and pesto. 5-11 p.m.

Free Sundae

Little Market Brasserie 10 E. Delaware Place 312-640-8141

Bring your party of four to the patio for dinner and finish up with a complimentary shareable Milk and Cookies Sundae made with vanilla and chocolate soft-serve, house-made chocolate-chip cookies and a fudge shell (regularly $7.50). 9-11 p.m. Through Sunday.


Hug City Comedy

Lucky's Sandwich Co. 1635 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-292-2765

Tuesday's the night for jokes aplenty with stand-up sets from a rotating lineup of comics. This week, local favorites Drew Michael, Mike Lebovitz, Shane Copland and Erik Monical are on hand—along with $4 Breckenridge Brewery drafts and $4 Jameson shots—to liven up your night. 9:30-11 p.m. No cover.

This Much Is True

Mrs. Murphy & Sons Irish Bistro 3905 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-248-3905

Get a new perspective on your week—and life—with $4 cans of Breckenridge Lucky U IPA and humorous, poignant and embarrassing real-life tales from Encyclopedia Show co-founder Robb Q. Telfer, local storytellers Mary Pat Bohan, Dave Stinton, Jim May and Deborah Pratt and founding hosts Scott Whitehair, Larry Kerns and Deanna Moffitt. 7:30 p.m. No cover.


(Free!) Audrey Niffenegger

Swedish American Museum 5211 N. Clark St. 773-769-9299

The bestselling Chicago author ("The Time Traveler's Wife," "Her Fearful Symmetry") discusses her two new books, "Raven Girl," a dark, illustrated fairy-tale novella which explores non-traditional romance, body image and contemporary families; and "Awake in the Dream World," which catalogues her upcoming solo show at Washington, D.C.'s National Museum of Women in the Arts. Women & Children First bookstore hosts the event. 7:30 p.m.


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Julia Borcherts is a RedEye special contributor.

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