The Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s annual Keys to the City Festival kicked off today. While there are many exciting things happening throughout this two-week celebration, we are most looking forward to Chicago Piano Day (Sunday, May 27th).
Why? Because it’s free! And David Hyde Pierce will be there! Oh, and also, there are ton of amazing performances and events happening all day long.
But perhaps the best part of Chicago Piano Day is that there is truly something for everyone:
Al Fresco dining is a staple of summertime Chi. One of our favorite patios in the city can be found at Moody’s Pub. Steps from the Thorndale red line station, this eatery has been a staple of Edgewater residents for over 50 years. Continue reading →
The following was submitted by Becky Robison, a writer from Chicago and friend of Cheap Dish Pizza. If you would like to contribute to Cheap Dish Pizza, drop us a line or tweet us!
Do you frequently get the urge to throw on your dancing shoes? Do you have an affinity for 1930’s and 40’s jazz? Lucky for you, Chicago has a vibrant swing dancing scene. Even luckier for you, the aforementioned swing dancing scene is relatively inexpensive. Continue reading →
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial beginning of summer, and if you’re still figuring out how to spend your long weekend, take a look at these inexpensive events happening throughout the city: Continue reading →
If there’s one thing we can all agree on in this world, it’s that Chicago knows how to do summer. So when the Chicago Parks District announced the schedule for it’s annual Movies in the Park series on Friday, our collective longing for summer became double-rainbow intense. Continue reading →