Hey Nonny Celebrates 1 Year with a 6-Day Live Music Lineup, Rollback Prices & $1 Menu Items

September 23, 2019

October marks 1 year for Hey Nonny, Arlington Height’s popular Live Music Venue + Midwest Bistro, and what better way to revel than with six days of celebratory happenings!

Anniversary Live Shows, Tuesday, Oct. 15- Sunday, Oct. 20
Oct. 15, 7:30 p.m.- First Person Live: Hey Nonny’s newest show featuring Moth-style adult storytelling with regular people telling true stories from their lives. This show’s theme is “scary” stories hosted by three-time Moth StorySLAM winner Diane Kastiel.
Oct. 16, 7 p.m. & 9 p.m.- Saxophonist Frank Catalano and The Smashing Pumpkins’ drummer Jimmy Chamberlin
Oct. 17, 7:30 p.m.- SmoothHound Smith, a Nashville-based American roots and rock band fronted by Zach and Caitlin Smith
Oct. 18 7 p.m. & 10 p.m.- Classic Chicago alternative rock band, The Bad Examples
Oct. 19, 10:30 a.m.- Birthday Bluegrass Brunch with Cox’s Army
Oct. 19, 7 p.m.- English singer-songwriter Callaghan returns (performed 1 year ago at the Hey Nonny opening)
Oct. 20, 10:30 a.m.- Birthday Jazz Brunch with Abigail Riccards

Birthday Cake, Rollback Beer Price, $1 Dish
Attendees of these live shows, Wednesday through Sunday, will enjoy complimentary birthday cake (because what would a 1st birthday be without cake?) and Hey Nonny’s “rollback” pricing from 2018 with $3 PBRs.

Guests dining before or after the shows or on their own can enjoy $1 surprise menu items, to be announced each day at the restaurant and on social media @heynonnyah. $1 menu items may include small plates like the Edamame Hummus, Fresh Cut Fries with Aioli, desserts like the Pot de Crème or even brunch items like $1 mimosas.

Tickets for live shows can be purchased here. Dining reservations can be made here.

Hey Nonny
10 South Vail Avenue, Arlington Heights, IL 60005
224-202-0750, heynonny.com
Facebook and Instagram @heynonnyah

About Hey Nonny
Hey Nonny is the new Chicago-favorite music venue and farm-to-table bistro, which opened in Fall 2018 in Arlington Heights. It’s already established a reputation as the best small music venue in the Chicago area.  For more information about Hey Nonny and its upcoming shows visit heynonny.com. Hours include: Tues-Thurs 4:30-11 p.m., Fri 3:30 p.m.-12 a.m., Sat 10 a.m.-12 a.m., and Sun 10 a.m.-8 p.m.


The CryoBar’s 3rd Location is Now Open in the West Loop

May 7, 2019

The CryoBar, Chicago’s premier full service Cryotherapy spa, has opened it’s 3rd location in the West Loop at 1215 W. Madison Street. The new facility features the most innovative Cryotherapy services currently offered at the Bucktown and Lincoln Park locations with the addition of Compression Therapy and the city’s first full spectrum EMF rated Infrared Sauna.

The new West Loop location focuses on Cryotherapy services with restorative benefits from head to toe. Cryotherapy exposes the body to subzero temperatures, promotes a natural anti-inflammatory response, releases endorphins, reduces pain and spasms, boosts cellular survival, increases metabolism and stimulates overall health.

The CryoBar’s owner and Cryotherapy expert, Sara Latham, comments, “Chicagoans, we are so excited to be opening our 3rd cryo cold spa on Madison Row! Whether you’re looking to recover quickly from muscle pain and joint inflammation, reduce the aging process of your skin or improve your overall well-being, our leading Cryotherapy services are now available to you in the West Loop.”

The CryoBar West Loop’s services include:

Whole Body Cryotherapy in just three minutes the body is exposed to subzero temperatures (-200 to -240F) through the use of nitrogen vapor resulting in decreased inflammation, boosted endorphins and collagen production, and a residual caloric burn of 500-800 calories in the five hours post session.

Infrared Sauna located in a private serene room; the sauna penetrates human tissue, which produces a host of anti-aging and other health benefits. This sauna has the lowest and safest electromagnetic field (EMF) levels of any infrared sauna in the city.

Cryoskin a non-invasive, body-contouring treatment from Paris used for slimming and toning the body and face, reducing fat cells, cellulite and fine lines while tightening the skin in various areas of the body.

Cryo-Toning Facial a ten-minute relaxing treatment using a stream of cold nitrogen vapor on the face, neck, and scalp to boost blood flow to all three areas accelerating collagen production and releasing toxins.

Localized Cryotherapy five to ten-minutes of a localized stream of nitrogen vapor directed onto the affected body part decreasing inflammation and swelling.

Celluma Light Therapy 30-minute treatment using Infrared, red and blue light, therapy to treat acne, fight wrinkles, and ease pain.

Compression Therapy 30-minute cycled pattern of compressed air to relieve muscle soreness and increase blood flow to muscles, ligaments and tendons for faster recovery and lymphatic drainage.

The CryoBar’s hours include: Monday-Thursday 10am-7pm; Friday 10am-6pm; Saturday 9am-4pm; and Sunday 9am-2pm. Pricing information can be found here which includes a new client first chill offer of $40 or 4 chills for $160 ($100 savings). For more information about the West Loop location 1215 W. Madison Street, the Lincoln Park location at 1205 W Webster Ave, Suite 1 or the Bucktown location at 1917 N Damen Ave, Suite 1S, visit Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @thecryobar.

About The CryoBar:
The CryoBar is Chicago’s leading full-service Cryotherapy facility located in Lincoln Park and Bucktown. Services include Whole Body Cryotherapy, Cryo-Toning Facials, Cryoskin 3.0 (body sculpting and toning), Localized Cryotherapy, Celluma Light Therapy, Compression Therapy and Infrared Sauna treatments. Cryotherapy is the body’s exposure to subzero temperatures used to promote a natural anti-inflammatory response, release endorphins, reduce pain and spasms, boost cellular survival, increase metabolism and promote overall health. Cryotherapy is not a medical procedure, but a non-invasive alternative for individuals seeking a faster recovery and improved health.


Celebrate Mother’s Day with a BBQ Brunch Buffet at Rack House

April 29, 2019

Moms are invited to sit back and relax as her family serves themselves this year at Rack House’s BBQ Brunch Buffet! In honor of Mom’s big day and National BBQ Month, Rack House’s buffet will be complete with Chef Bryant Anderson’s BBQ and smoked favorites along with signature brunch items.

The BBQ Brunch Buffet includes:
12-hour hickory smoked Carolina pulled pork
Carving Stations – hickory smoked prime rib and oak smoked honey glazed ham
House Smoked Salmon with capers, hardboiled eggs, red onion, sour cream
Cinnamon Roll Pancakes
Omelet station – Mushrooms, bacon, cheddar, scallions, pickled jalapeño, chopped tomato and baby spinach
Homemade Quiche
Homemade Pastries
Cheese and Fruit platters
And more!

Rack House’s beautiful beer garden will be open for dining al fresco. After 5 p.m., the restaurant’s regular menu will be available for dinner. The price is  $32.99/adult and $14.99/child 12 and under. Gratuity will be added to each dining check. Reservations are highly recommended.

Rack House Kitchen & Tavern
222 E. Algonquin Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60005
847-640-7225; rackhousetavern.com
Facebook and Twitter @rackhousetavern
Instagram @rackhousebbq


Gallop to the 1st Annual Cinco de Derby Weekend at Broken Barrel Bar

April 23, 2019

When Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby land on the same weekend it calls for a celebration of both!

At Broken Barrel Bar’s Cinco de Derby fête on Saturday, guests are invited to wear their best over the top tea party hat or sombrero for the mixed-theme event. The Derby will be played throughout the bar and outdoor beer garden while Chef Bryant Anderson serves up festive food and drink specials.

Cinco de Derby specials include:
Crispy Avocado Taco with mushrooms and goat cheese
Crispy Kentucky Chicken Tenders with award-winning sauces
Mint Julep Wild Turkey 101 Kentucky Bourbon, mint, soda, simple syrup, topper of bitters
Horsefeather Four Roses whiskey, organic prosecco, simple, mint, angostura bitters, lime

Broken Barrel’s full brunch and dinner menus will also be available on Saturday and Sunday. Food and drink specials will be available Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5. Doors open both days at 11 a.m.

Broken Barrel Bar
2548 N. Southport Ave
Chicago, IL 60614
Phone: 773-327-4900
Website: Brokenbarrelbar.com
@brokenbarrelbar on Instagram and Facebook