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  • Marquette Park Golf Course
    Nowadays you can use golf as an excuse to get away from family game nights, family meetings, or family golf getaways. Escape excruciating moments with today's Groupon: for $96, you get a round of golf with golf cart rental at six Chicago Park District Golf courses (a $191 value). The courses include Robert A. Black, Sydney R. Marovitz, Columbus Park, Jackson Park, Marquette Park, and South Shore.
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    6700 S Kedzie Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Frost Fest
    At the Brisk Brews Craft Beer Festival, carrying an empty glass is practically verboten. The festival brings craft beer manufacturers from across the region together, giving participants unparalleled access to local brews all in one place with live music and DJs. Whether you're in the afternoon or evening session, you get a souvenir tasting glass that you can use to sip 15 3-ounce beers, ranging from light lagers to rich ales. Despite the winter's chill, the three-hour event takes place in a heated tent to ensure that the only frost that forms is on your glass.
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    2221 West 43rd Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Brew to Be Wild
    Craft beer, live music, and zoo animals: that's the recipe for Brew To Be Wild. The event, held at Lincoln Park Zoo, corrals a wealth of brews from more than 35 breweries in Chicagoland and the nation, then serves them up throughout the zoo's verdant gardens. Guests can sample ales, porters, pilsners, and lagers from both established and fledgling beer makers such as Michigan's Bell's Brewery, Minnesota's Surly Brewing Company, Chicago's Blue Nose Brewery, and Lombard's Noon Whistle Brewing Company. As they sip and wander the grounds, they can play lawn games and boogie to tunes spun by DJs and zebras dressed as DJs.
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    2221 West 43rd Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Lincoln Park Wine Fest
    When you think of a Chicago summer, you think of a few unmistakable sounds: the crack of a home run ball, the sunny splash of Lake Michigan, and the pop of a wine bottle's cork. At least, that's the goal of the Lincoln Park Wine Festival, which launches its inaugural run during the first full weekend of summer. Over two days, sommeliers and winemakers from around the world will uncork bottles from in the open air of Jonquil Park, introducing fest goers to vintages from California, Italy, Chile, and even New Zealand. Upon arriving, guests receive a souvenir tasting glass, which they can use to sip 1.5-ounce samples of up to a dozen different wines. As they sip, they can also take in the festive sounds of live music, peruse wares from local artisans for sale, and snack on locally-crafted food.
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    2221 West 43rd Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival
    Now in its fifth year, the Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival has become a celebration of art both homegrown and on loan from the rest of country. As you stroll around the fest, handcrafted items from more than 80 area artists vie for attention, with many up for accolades later in a juried art competition. The festivities run from noon to 10 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday, and each day the main stage features a diverse lineup of live music from Chicago and throughout the country. The schedule includes The Giving Tree, an Americana rock band that has opened for The Avett Brothers, and former Barenaked Ladies frontman Steven Page.
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    2221 West 43rd Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Windy City RibFest
    It might be called the Windy City RibFest, but the bosses of sauce who tend to the festival's barbecue come from all over the world. For five years running, these award-winning ribbers have been filling fest-goers with sauce-slathered ribs, frothy brews, and traditional sides, such as baked beans, coleslaw, and another helping of ribs. Tucked between the Aragon Ballroom, the Riviera, and the Green Mill, this year's RibFest welcomes local luminaries such as grillmaster Tom Ferguson, whose Chicago BBQ Company is a perennial favorite at the fest. Out-of-towners are also well-represented. Joey Sutphen of Texas Thunder BBQ whips up batches of his family's nationally known ribs, and Paul MacKay from Aussom Aussie Australian BBQ shares the piquant flavors of his native Sydney. As chefs from Porky Chick's and Famous Daves sizzle up their trademark slabs, local bands such as the funked out vocalists of Su?nalo, the Top 40 cover band Hello Weekend, and Dave Matthews?mimickers Trippin' Billies keep crowds sufficiently entertained. Groupon Guide to Chicago Groupon Guide rounded up some of the best barbecue joints in the country. See who made the cut.
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    2221 West 43rd Street
    Chicago, IL US

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