Skyline Village Chicago, Hyde Park Village and The Village Chicago will join for dinner at the historic Walnut Room. The world-famous and iconic Walnut Room was the first restaurant ever opened in a department store - Marshall Fields. With Circassian wood paneling imported from Russia and Austrian chandeliers, the dining room is both elegant and comfortable. The Walnut Room is known for its Classic Mrs Herring's 1890 Chicken Pot Pie. Our evening will begin with Sam Guard sharing some of the historical highlights of Macy's on State Street (Marshall Fields Department Store) with a focus on The Walnut Room. Sam Guard, a long time Hyde Parker, has an interest and passion for the history of Chicago landmark buildings and is an engaging storyteller.
Second Course Choice of one of the following entrées:
- Mrs. Herring’s 1890 Original Chicken Pot Pie
- Oven-Baked Meatloaf
- Roasted Veggie Pasta
Bread, Butter, Coffee, Tea, and Soft Drink Service included
(Alcoholic beverages and dessert can be ordered separately and you will receive an individual check for payment - cash or credit card)
Reservations are required at the time of registration.
Include the Dining fee of $28.43 per person, which includes tax and 20% gratuity and your choice of entrée.
Reservations are now open and will close on Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 12:00 pm
You may register on line, or by sending a check and a note indicating your entrée preference to Skyline Village Chicago, Box 81334, Chicago, IL 60681.
There will be no refunds for cancellations after Thursday, March 15, 2018
This Three Chicago Villages Dining Together is open to Village members, non-members, friends, and/or relatives (please register, select entrée, and pay for your guest!