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  • Tuscany in Little Italy offers a new lasagna special each day this week.
Tuscany in Little Italy offers a new lasagna special each day this week. (Courtesy of Tuscany )
March 17, 2014|By Julia Borcherts | For RedEye

EAT

Lasagna Madness

Tuscany 1014 W. Taylor St. 312-829-1990

The Little Italy restaurant brings you daily-changing lasagna specials—all are $14 for lunch; $16 for dinner—in celebration of March Madness. Tuesday's featured dish is chicken lasagna with ricotta cheese and marinara. 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (lunch); 3:30-10 p.m. (dinner). Through Friday.

Late-Night Happy Hour

Hub 51 51 W. Hubbard St. 312-828-0051

Cure your late-night munchies with half-price sushi (regularly $9.95-$15.95) from 11 p.m.-midnight (11 p.m.-2 a.m. Friday-Saturday). Hungry for something else? The River North hangout's entire menu—including the signature pulled chicken nachos ($15.95)—is available until closing time. 11 a.m.-midnight.

DRINK

Bottle Stories

City Winery 1200 W. Randolph St. 312-733-9463

Chicago writers Kim Bellware, Mason Johnson, Daniel Kibblesmith, Patrick Kueking and Carly Oishi share stories based on a bottle of wine. The best part? Each story comes with a glass of wine selected by the storyteller. 8 p.m. $25. Tickets: citywinery.com

March Madness Specials

Gino's East River North 500 N. LaSalle St. 312-988-4200

Watch the action on multiple screens in the first-floor lounge and bar with a March Madness Final Four menu featuring $4 16-ounce pours of Revolution Anti-Hero and $4 appetizers including deep-dish nachos, barbecue brisket sliders, bacon marinara mini-meatballs, jumbo chicken wings, shrimp ceviche, smoked trout dip and more. 5-10 p.m. Through April 7. No cover.

DO

(Free!) MCA Live: Pocket Guide To Hell

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

As part of the museum's series about Chicago's labor history, social justice and crime, Pocket Guide founder Paul Durica discusses the history of the museum's Streeterville neighborhood in an interactive performance featuring props, costumes, music and poetry. 6-8 p.m. Free for Illinois residents.

REDEYE TIP OF THE DAY

Find your March Madness viewing spot with our bar guide organized by team allegiance: redeyechicago.com/collegebars.

Julia Borcherts is a RedEye special contributor.

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