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Take a thrilling trip underneath exploding summer fireworks this season with the top-rated Seadog Cruises. Subscribers save 40% on a Wednesday excursion.
Dine like royalty on a four-course feast and save up to 40% with this offer for the jousting and sword-fighting show at Medieval Times in Schaumburg.
Arguably the greatest view from a restaurant in North America, the exclusive Metropolitan Club in the Willis Tower offers subscribers a luxurious dinner for two.
Save over 50% on wine flights paired with gourmet charcuterie and cheese at this riverside hideaway, named one of the city's Best Wine Bars by CBS Chicago.
When Keene Addington opened Tortoise Club, a classic supper club in River North, Crain's called it an "instant classic," adding "Mr. Addington has a winner."
RedEye says Old Fifth, featuring a "dynamic duo" of pizza and whiskey, "should be at the top of your list" for pies made with a "sweeter sauce with a bit of spice."
With hundreds of vendors offering antiques, clothing, global goods and gourmet foods, Randolph Street Market is one of the nation's top shopping destinations.
"Brando’s Speakeasy is anything but what it seems," says Time Out Chicago, praising the vintage decor mixed with "modern flair."
"The information provided was stellar!" "I can't say enough good things about the tour." Subscribers love Chicago's Finest; reserve a tour this summer for 50% off.
Sailing the waters of Lake Michigan for more than a decade, Chicago Sailboat Charters earns a perfect 5 stars on Yelp for their first-class sailboat trips.
A luxe lounge in the Loop, Encore is a "prime spot for a bite to eat at noontime" (Centerstage). Two can sit down to lunch for less than $10 per person.
After five decades as a private course, Mission Hills opened its doors to public play this year. Subscribers can save on a round with cart and lunch.
Oxygen Spa Studio has quickly become a popular destination for massage services, earning 4.5 stars from nearly a hundred Yelp reviewers.
The 2013 Michelin Guide says that the Usagi Ya menu "shines with its unorthodox combinations." Subscribers save more than 50% on this four-course dinner.
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