If you’re looking for a Valentine’s date to die for, say hello to Broadway’s most talented lady killers at CHICAGO! One lucky winner and a guest will be selected to receive a prize pack including one pair of tickets to the Monday, February 13 performance, passes to a post-show talkback with Spice Girl Mel B, and a SinglesSwag box! Enter now for your chance to win.
Not your lucky day? No problem. Even if you don’t win the contest, you can save up to $50 on tickets when you click here and use code CHFL41119. Anyone who attends the talkback can enter to win the February box of SinglesSwag. Your ticket to CHICAGO also grants you access to pre- or post-show discounts on a special CHICAGO cocktail at Thalia.
Commuters, Midtown office workers and foodies alike know the Pennsy has their dining needs covered. The 8,000-square-foot space located above Penn Station hosts five restaurants, plus a La Colombe Coffee Truck and a bar. The Cinnamon Snail serves up vegan burgers, sandwiches and bowls like their Thai barbecue tempeh sandwich ($9.94), while The Little Beet offers a completely gluten-free menu. Think a miso chicken bowl with brown rice and veggie slaw ($11.94) and a salmon poke nori roll ($10.33). Chef Marc Forgione’s Lobster Press serves more indulgent fare, like a bacon, lobster and tomato sandwich ($25) and lobster mac and cheese ($13). Carnivores will want to check out the black angus steak sandwich ($15) or maple-glazed short rib platter ($15) at meat purveyor Pat LaFrieda. Mario Batali’s Mario by Mary has the Italian options covered, serving up such crowd-pleasers as an eggplant, ricotta and tomato panini ($11.02) and a truffle honey grilled cheese ($9.19).
Venue says: “Vegans, omnivores, pescetarians, gluten-free, and everything in between — we got you.”