ENJOY THESE MARCH DINING DELIGHTS
WESTERN SUBURBS – Just like Ireland, but a little closer; and with four leaf clovers in the air this month, where better to be than McNally’s Irish Pub in St. Charles for Trivia Nights and Live Music. Enjoy Irish breakfast skillets most weekends from 10am-1pm with bottomless mimosas and Bloody Mary’s.
For crafts and food, connect with Rachel’s Crafty Corner on March 7, 7-9pm at Pal Joey's Restaurant in Batavia to create your own St. Patty's Mesh Wreath. Materials and Instruction is provided. Food sold separately so you can hand select from the many offerings from their Italian cuisine and pizza specialties.
Join the Fourth Annual Polar Pub Crawl benefiting Special Olympics Illinois on March 23rd, 1pm-6pm beginning at Alley 64 in St. Charles. 0020Your $40 entry fee will get you 3 drink tickets (beer, soda or wine) and official Pub Crawl shirt . There will be a Jersey raffle at each bar, along with various other raffles. Tickets are $20 for sheet. All participants will meet back at Alley 64 at 4:45p.m. for raffle drawing.
Enjoy the rustic decor, including high top tables handmade from local barn wood, as well as a bar strong enough to dance on at Calamity Jane's Bar & Restaurant in Sugar Grove. This family-owned & operated restaurant provides live entertainment and dinner specials each week, and with Spring around the corner, you will soon also be able to take advantage of their outdoor patio that has become a customer favorite. -Kristen Kucharski