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Friday, 30 July 2010



I love this part: "the giant ball of ice...had been carved by hand by the bartenders, and that they spent hours during prep hand-fashioning ice shapes. I'd suggest they reallocate that time to learning to make more balanced drinks."

Also, I'm now going to Chicago for work next week and am thinking I need to check this place out!


now you know- tuxedo shirts never go out of style.


Tuxedo shirts are kind of tired, but the his-and-hers tuxedo/wedding dress lingerie, those are timeless.

Daniel Honigman

I've been going to the Drawing Room for a few years now, and I have no intention of becoming a regular at any of the newer cocktail joints in Chicago (VH, Sepia, Curio, etc). Here's why:

- Love the vibe
- Love the food
- They're not snooty
- Most importantly, Charles and his crew KNOW how to make a drink. In fact, they know how to make more than one.

Boots in the Oven

Yes yes and yes. It was comfortable, it was fun, and we had a great time. I'd be there often if I lived in Chicago.

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