Chicago Sun-Times
Tasty morsels about Chicago's food scene

Next set to debut Childhood menu; lunch box envy/regret/fondess likely to surface

| No Comments

LUNCH BOX MEMORIES.jpg

Still waiting/hoping/trying to get a seat at Next, the shape-shifting restaurant from Grant Achatz and Co.? Oh, look at that, you missed the boat again.

Tickets for the third iteration -- which will take the theme 'Childhood' and will include a course served in vintage metal lunch boxes (the kind some of us, I'm not naming names, coveted at some point during childhood, which spawned our near-obsession with neovintage numbers such as this one) -- went on sale at midnight and were snagged by the time most of us were finishing our coffee this morning.

The first day of service for Next: Childhood is Oct. 22.

Leave a comment

About the blog

Janet Rausa Fuller

Sun-Times Food editor Janet Rausa Fuller is always thinking about her next meal.

Categories

Pages

About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by Janet Rausa Fuller published on October 19, 2011 11:01 AM.

Free and discounted food, on a day when you need it was the previous entry in this blog.

Michelin picks 56 Chicago restaurants as Bib Gourmands is the next entry in this blog.

Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content.