Get Your Baby-Doll Dresses Out — It's Time To Feast (4x)

2-The Lobby
We didn't think a meal at the Peninsula could get any better, but with the launch of its new Chef Series, there's an entirely new reason to make a reservation — and not just for a special occasion.
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In-house chef de cuisine Lee Wolen is partnering up with four hot Chicago chefs for a monthly feast that you won't find on the The Lobby's regular menu. But the food isn't the only part that is going to change each month. The decor and seating arrangements will also be mixed up, so you'll never feel like you're having the same dining experience twice. So, that dinner club you have? It's time to rally the troops and mark your calendars for the next four months.
Monday, July 8
Guest Chef: Giuseppe Tentori, executive chef at GT Fish & Oyster and BOKA Restaurant
Theme: Seafood
Ticket Price: $85 for dinner/$25 for optional beverage pairing
Monday, August 12
Guest Chef: Andrew Zimmerman, executive chef of Sepia
Theme: Seasonal vegetables
Ticket Price: $85 for dinner/$25 for optional beverage pairing
Monday, September 16
Guest Chef: Ryan Poli, chef and partner of Tavernita and Little Market Brasserie
Theme: Mediterranean cuisine
Ticket Price: $85 for dinner/$25 for optional beverage pairing
Monday, October 28
Guest Chef: Tony Mantuano, chef/partner at Spiaggia, Bar Toma and Terzo Piano
Theme: Truffles
Ticket Price: $125 for dinner/$45 for optional wine pairing
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Each dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. at The Lobby, located on the 5th floor. Tickets can be reserved by calling (312) 573-6695 or by emailing diningpch@peninsula.com. A portion of proceeds will benefit Common Threads.
The Lobby at The Peninsula Chicago, 108 East Superior Street (between Rush Street and Michigan Avenue); 312-573-6760.
Photo: Courtesy of The Peninsula Chicago
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