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November 30, 2011 | RedEye Staff
What is a bar-gument, you say? For as long as there have been watering holes, there have been disagreements. Some people prefer martinis with gin, some with vodka. Bar-guments is here to settle some longstanding bar conflicts once and for all. This week: Should you expect a buyback from a bartender after a few rounds? Yep Yes, but let me clarify what I mean by "expect. " Anybody who goes into a bar and throws around cash with the expectation that the bartender has never seen paper money before and will therefore give said customer a free drink is a moron.
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January 4, 2013 | By Samantha Nelson, For RedEye
EAT Lucky Number Seven Quartino 626 N. State St. 312-698-5000 The Near North Italian spot is celebrating its seventh anniversary by offering all of its pizzas and pastas (normally $8-$13) for $7. Enjoy your bargain meal with a bottle of red or white wine for $7 (normally $15). 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m. Guilt-Free Ra Sushi 1139 N. State St. 312-274-0011 Just because you made a New Year's resolution to diet doesn't mean you have to resign yourself to salad and water.
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January 4, 2013 | By Samantha Nelson, For RedEye
EAT Lucky Number Seven Quartino 626 N. State St. 312-698-5000 The Near North Italian spot is celebrating its seventh anniversary by offering all of its pizzas and pastas (normally $8-$13) for $7. Enjoy your bargain meal with a bottle of red or white wine for $7 (normally $15). 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m. Guilt-Free Ra Sushi 1139 N. State St. 312-274-0011 Just because you made a New Year's resolution to diet doesn't mean you have to resign yourself to salad and water.
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November 30, 2011 | RedEye Staff
What is a bar-gument, you say? For as long as there have been watering holes, there have been disagreements. Some people prefer martinis with gin, some with vodka. Bar-guments is here to settle some longstanding bar conflicts once and for all. This week: Should you expect a buyback from a bartender after a few rounds? Yep Yes, but let me clarify what I mean by "expect. " Anybody who goes into a bar and throws around cash with the expectation that the bartender has never seen paper money before and will therefore give said customer a free drink is a moron.
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December 26, 2012 | Anna Pulley, @annapulley and RedEye's sex columnist
Every year I dread New Year's Eve--the crazy cover charges, the pressure, the indecision, etc. I want this year to be different, and I don't want to end it alone. Isn't this the biggest party night of the year? Aren't people happy the world didn't end on 12.21 and want to get laid? How can I skew the odds in my favor?--Screw Year's Eve New Year's Eve is definitely THE date for hookups, with odds higher than Valentine's Day, Halloween and Arbor Day combined (but not Groundhog Day. Bill Murray's sexual prowess has ruined the standard for everyone!
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February 9, 2012 | By Leonor Vivanco, RedEye
Forget the old "buy 10 sandwiches, get one free" business model. A new loyalty program in Chicago is offering customers quirky rewards such as an arm wrestling match at a restaurant or a date with a baker at a cupcake spot. It's all part of Belly, a digital loyalty rewards program for more than 500 businesses in the Chicago area launched in August by Logan LaHive, who teamed up with Lightbank, the investment fund behind Groupon. Looking to expand into other cities across the country, Belly helps businesses replace the "buy 10, get...
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January 16, 2012 | By Mick Swasko, RedEye
From Noon until Midnight, the Chicago Tattooing and Piercing Company at 1017 W. Belmont gave away the body art to mark the occasion, and celebrate the life of the influential sailor who learned the trade in Chicago. By 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Dale Grande said his shop had already inked 35-customers, a one-day record for one of the oldest tattoo shops in the city that came on an appropriate date: The 101 s t birthday of tattoo artist Norman "Sailor Jerry" Collins. From noon until midnight, the Chicago Tattooing and Piercing Company at 1017 W. Belmont Ave. gave...
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