At a certain point, the typical private dinner or happy hour can get played out. You end up visiting a handful of the same bars, you get drinks for free, you head home. To me, that's a little boring. If you live in Chicago and you're ready for a corporate event change, it's time to enter the world of WhirlyBall.
So you're looking to book an event and you have no idea where to start. If this was the early 2000s, you might make a list of potential venues, call up the venues and schedule a visit, make an extensive spreadsheet with prices and details and then eventually pick one and begin the planning process with the venue manager. I was not booking events in the early 2000s (I was in elementary school), but this sounds like a lot of unnecessary work.
NYC Restaurant Week is in full swing! From January 23rd to February 10th, restaurants in the Big Apple will offer pre-fixed menus for lunch and dinner at more accessible prices. If you've been dying to try a restaurant, but it's a little out of your budget, now is the time to stop in. $29 lunches and $42 dinners open the door to a variety of tasty oppotunities. We are excited to see so many of our VenueBook venues participating in NYC Restaurant Week! Here are just a few that we recommend you try:
Whether you're rooting for the Patriots or the Falcons, or just looking for an excuse to drink, the Super Bowl is quickly approaching and the party planning stage is now. If you want to up your street cred with your friends as the official party person, I've got a few ideas that will give you a name for yourself.
Let the countdown to Chicago Restaurant Week begin! From January 27-February 9th, over 350 Chicago restaurants will be participating in this annual event centered around all things wonderful: food. The (two) week long event offers participants great prices on prefixed menus for brunch, lunch and dinner. VenueBook is excited to announce that 12 of our Chicago venues will be participating this year. Here are a few of