Inspired by the award-winning Spanish television drama series Gran Hotel, set in an elegant early-1900s hotel in Spain, Artango Bistro presents a special themed Hallows Eve Dinner, Friday, October 31st, featuring 1900s-costumed servers, performances by tango dancers, and open tango dancing from 10 p.m. to Midnight. The  4-course prix-fixe Hallows Eve Dinner begins with choice of appetizer, followed by Sopa de Cebolla (onion soup with saffron, cream, almonds, garlic, served in pumpkin bowl), selection of 5 entrees including Filet Mignon with Blackberry reduction; Spanish Spice-Rubbed Lamb Chops with mint jus; and Paella Mariscos with langoustine lobster, calamari, shrimp, scallops, octopus, chorizzo, and along with a choice of desserts.

Artango Bistro’s Hallows Eve Dinner requires advance reservations, with dressy attire or 1900s costume encouraged. $55 person person (excludes tax,beverage, gratuity). Artango is BYOB. Artango Bistro, 4217 North Ravenswood, Chicago, IL.


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