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District Bar celebrates one year with dining deals

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In a time when establishments are closing left and right, lasting even a year is a big deal.

That's why District Bar is going all out in celebrating its first birthday, debuting a new menu and offering some awesome specials all week long.

First off, there's the "All-in" Lunch. Through Thursday, you can get a sandwich and soup or salad for $10 (tax and tip included) between 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Pairings include Caprese soup and a chicken artichoke sandwich (Monday), elotes corn soup and a quesadilla (Tuesday), a Caesar salad and a seared ahi tuna sandwich (Wednesday) and a baby wedge salad and a Chicago cheese steak (Thursday).

If you're a later diner, stop by after 6 p.m. today through Wednesday for 20 percent off all new menu items, including vanilla shrimp ceviche and a Duck Dog. to get the deal, you'll need to bring in a candle. Bring your Blackhawks gear, too, as District is a popular place to watch the hockey playoffs.

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