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CHICAGO, IL, October 28, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Becoming a regular at Maxwell's at the Club (500 N. Kingsbury St., Chicago, IL; located inside East Bank Club; 312-527-5800) does not mean settling for the same menu every night. Maxwell's at the Club serves unique American entrees at reasonable prices regularly--no East Bank Club membership necessary. Maxwell's is open to the public. The excitement does not stop at the mouthwatering dishes; a variety of live entertainment also is served up in the weekly mix.
Tuesdays offer succulent, cold-water twin lobster tails with seasonal vegetables for only $38.50. While delighting in the lobster, enjoy a mix of Motown, R&B, pop, and rock songs from the acclaimed Chicago band Midnight Sun at Maxwell's bar adjacent to the dining room.
Wednesdays you can feast on three small plates for $24. Choose from many possible combinations of one hot, one cold, and one specialty plate. Small plates selections change weekly. Options range from a plump Portobello mushroom with Italian sausage; grilled swordfish with fried capers, tomatoes and basil, and a fresh Caprese salad. Or try the Grilled Petite Teres Major with red wine sauce and oyster mushrooms combined with hot Turkey Meatballs under a spicy tomato sauce with Brussels Sprout Salad on the side, complete with toasted walnuts and shaved parmesan. Let David Chiriboga and his Spanish guitar trio entertain you with a unique blend of Flamenco music while pondering which combination of three small plates to choose.
Thursdays are all about Executive Chef Mike Lodes's signature Angus prime rib alongside your choice of seasonal vegetables or potato, all for the specialty price of $22, or $26 for king cut rib. Celebrate the approaching weekend with a set of show tunes and jazz music by guest vocalist/pianist Robert Solone.
Returning in November is Maxwell's ever popular Italian night every Friday. Take advantage of the extensive buffet options available from antipasto, Caesar and Caprese salads, to entrees like grilled Flat Iron steak and Norwegian salmon, there's something for every taste. Also, try your favorite blend of pasta at the build-your-own pasta station, where the chef will be sauteing a range of sauces, pastas and add-on ingredients, as you like. To finish off, the dinner includes dessert options such as sorbet, chocolate amaretto tart, and gelato. There's also a jazz trio performing every Friday. Maxwell's Italian Night costs $28 for adults and $12 for children 10 and under. Additionally, the full Maxwell's dinner menu is available.
Sundays are a special experience at Maxwell's at the Club. The Sunday brunch buffet includes a create-your-own Omelet Bar; pancakes, waffles and French toast; eggs Benedict, breakfast meats, and Lox and bagels, breakfast pastries, seasonal delights, and many other items that will cater to any weekend craving. At $24 for adults, $12 for children ages 7-10, and $6 for children ages 4-6, and complimentary to children 3 and under, this buffet is a great reason to get up in the morning.
No matter what day of the week, Maxwell's at the Club is a great place to enjoy an evening of specialty menu items very reasonable prices. Open to the public and accommodating to all tastes, Maxwell's at the Club is as perfect for business entertaining as it is as a neighborhood hangout for friends and family. Its ambiance, quality food and very personable service make it a truly hidden gem in Chicago's popular River North area.
Maxwell's at the Club is located in Chicago's East Bank Club (500 N. Kingsbury St., 312-527-5800, Ext. 301). It is open weekdays for lunch 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., and 5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. for dinner. The bar/lounge area is open 11:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Maxwell's serves brunch every Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Valet parking is available across the street. For more information, please visit http://www.maxwellsattheclub.com.
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