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600 W Van Buren St
Chicago,
IL
US

HUMAN ELEMENTS is a human resources consulting group created to maximize the ROI on your biggest investment – your employees. We are committed to offering the best advice, direction and implementation of payroll and human resources to meet your company’s needs – for now, and as you grow.

27 N Wacker Dr
Chicago,
IL
US

Today’s deal gets you $50 worth of seasonally fresh, local fare for $25 at The Grocery Bistro, a laid-back BYOB restaurant in the West Loop. The Grocery Bistro serves dinner Monday through Saturday and brunch on Saturday and Sunday.

804 W Washington Blvd
Chicago,
IL
US

A small, contemporary frame shop nestled in the West Loop, CMM Framing strives to offer custom framing solutions for clients ranging from artists and designers to galleries and corporate customers. The shop's framing experts each boast several years of experience and prefer to personally oversee and control the quality of individual projects from beginning to end. With hundreds of frame and mat samples on hand, they cater to individual tastes with custom creations, all the while preserving flat mementos—such as drawings, paintings, or trophies that were accidentally dropped in front of a steamroller—within 99% acid-free archival materials. Customers can browse an online gallery of past products to gain ideas, catching glimpses of eye-popping Peter Max–esque prints expertly framed against dark, glossy wood or understated crème-colored backgrounds.

218 N Halsted St
Chicago,
IL
US

Vivo brings Randolph Street Market District diners Italian cuisine that's simple yet high quality, like the relativistic wave equations of Ettore Majorana. Begin your tour of Vivo's dinner menu with the wood-grilled asparagus and roasted peppers appetizer ($8) or the bruschetta starter ($8) before opting for a pasta entree, such as the rigatoni ($17) with Italian sausage and peas or the gnocchi ($17) with parmesan cream and black-truffle essence. Carnivores wishing to break in their new teeth will make molars merry with the grilled lamb chops ($35) with sautéed spinach and roasted potatoes, whereas old-timey deep-sea explorers can safely remove copper diving helmets for consumption of the wood-grilled Atlantic salmon ($28) with vegetables, or sautéed sea scallops ($30) with sautéed spinach and mashed potatoes. Vivo also offers ravioli, fish, and meat entrees that change daily. An extensive wine list includes both domestic and international labels.

840 W Randolph St
Chicago,
IL
US

The encapsulation experts at The Frame Shop at Michael Cleary preserve prize artwork and cherished memorabilia behind chic moulding and light-loathing, museum-quality glass. Since every project contains unique demands, dimensions, and quantities of dormant cicadas, prices can vary, though frame experts work with clients to accommodate both their design plans and budget constraints. Sustainability-focused products by Larson-Juhl lock away keepsakes with vintage and contemporary moulding styles ($21.75–$275/ft.). An 8"x10" photo might gain depth and character with a 2-inch border of precision matting ($18+) cut with Wizard International technology that can trim oval, circular, or specialized v-grooves for personalized designs. In its 25-year history, The Frame Shop has won commissions from the Smithsonian, White House, and State Department, and has used its expertise on projects as diverse as shadow-boxing a piece of the Berlin Wall, mounting game-worn autographed jerseys, and reconstituting the self-destructed fragments of a spy college diploma.

222 West Merchandise Mart Plaza
Chicago,
IL
US