The Glunz Tavern and The House of Glunz celebrate their 125th anniversary with a special pasta based dinner menu that pays homage to a spaghetti dinner held for the homeless in an associated church. The menu features traditional antipasto, pappardelle with veal and tiramisu.
This event is $25 on Tuesday. There is a related event on Wednesday the 20th, a dinner & wine tour of France that costs $65.
I will be in Oak Park enjoying the culinary wit of Christopher Kimball on Tuesday evening, however, an appearance on Wednesday is entirely possible.