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Tuesday: Eat. Drink. Do.

  • Jamie Campbell performs at Double Door's comedy night.
Jamie Campbell performs at Double Door's comedy night. (Courtesy of Rob Wilson )
October 28, 2013|By Julia Borcherts @Julia Borcherts

EAT

Witch's Ravioli

Nando Milano Trattoria 2114 W. Division St. 773-486-2636

Take advantage of this seasonally spooky supper option featuring housemade pumpkin ravioli filled with robiola cheese and spices and topped with sage-butter sauce ($19). Up the ante with $10 spirits pairings including the house-crafted Wine of the Living Dead sangria or Immortal Elixir, made with Aperol, prosecco and soda. 5-10 p.m.

$2 Pizzas

Bella Bacino's 75 E. Wacker Drive 312-263-2350

Bacino's 2204 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-472-7400

Celebrate the last week of National Pizza Month with your choice of more than 15 individual-sized lunch pies for $2 each such as White Pizza with spinach, spicy goat cheese, mascarpone and artichokes with an olive oil base; and Mixed Mushrooms with pancetta, truffle-flavored cheese, smoked mozzarella and rosemary. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Through Friday.

DRINK

Taffy Apple Cocktails

Local Root 601 N. McClurg Court 312-643-1145

Sip—instead of bite into—the adult version of the Halloween treat made with caramel vodka, apple cider, ginger liqueur and a splash of lemon juice ($7). Hungry? Pair it with seasonal bites such as free range Michigan lamb chops with pumpkin puree and shaved Brussels sprouts ($19). 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Through Thursday.

DO

What's Behind Door No. 3?

Double Door 1572 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-489-3160

Go underground—into the music club's renovated downstairs space—for stand-up comedy from local joke slingers Candy Lawrence, Jake McKenzie, hosts Rob Wilson and Jamie Campbell and headliner Mike Lebovitz, plus musical comedy guest Shock T's and topical news from The Whiskey Journal satire site writers. 7 p.m. No cover.

(Free!) Curator Tour: MCA DNA: Warhol and Marisol

Museum of Contemporary Art 220 E. Chicago Ave. 312-280-2660

Step back into the swinging '60s with MCA curatorial assistant Karsten Lund, who leads a tour of an exhibition featuring works from pop artist Andy Warhol and figurative wood sculptor Marisol Escobar, who became friends in the 1960s and served as subjects for each other's work. Noon.

REDEYE TIP OF THE DAY

"Wicked" returns to the Oriental Theatre Oct. 30. Register for $25 day-of-performance tickets drawings and 10th anniversary giveaways daily inside Block 37 (108 N. State St.)

Julia Borcherts is a RedEye special contributor.

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