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What to Eat and Drink in Chicago This Week

Bocce, bingo, and more dining and drinking events.

Chop Shop   Photo: Anna Knott

Monday, April 4

Soup’s on at Analogue (2523 N. Milwaukee Ave., Logan Square) for their pop-up Pho Q dinner, a four-course Vietnamese feast. There are still $40 tickets available for the 7:30 p.m. seating, which will give you access to smoked Gulf shrimp spring rolls aplenty.

It’s the first Monday of the month, which means it’s time for PBR Bingo at Boiler Room (2210 N. California Ave., Logan Square). Play for free to win a panoply of Pabst Blue Ribbon merchandise starting at 9 p.m.

Tuesday, April 5

Play ball at Chop Shop (2033 W. North Ave., Wicker Park), where they’ll be hosting a bacon-fueled bocce competition with the folks from Bacon Fest. You’ll get to sample porky appetizers and sip on beer and cocktails as you play unlimited rounds of indoor lawn bowling. Get $30 tickets here.

Acquaint yourself with the offerings from Oregon-based Division Winemaking Company at a paired meal at Cherry Circle Room (12 S. Michigan Ave., Loop). Winemaker Thomas Monroe will be on hand to talk about his lineup, and restaurant wine director Andrew Algren will offer insight into the pairings. Buy $90 tickets here.

Sunday, April 10

Bear witness to a chef battle at the eighth annual Food Fight for Scleroderma, a fundraiser for the Scleroderma Foundation of Greater Chicago at the James Hotel (55 E. Ontario St., River North). Jason Paskewitz (the Blanchard), Nathan Sears (the Radler), and Lamar Moor (Hotel Chicago) will go head-to-head, and both guests and a panel of judges will evaluate the offerings before crowning a winner. Pick up $95 tickets here.

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