Toast of Uptown: A Buena Park Wine Walk

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Name: Toast of Uptown: A Buena Park Wine Walk
Date: April 22, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
Join us for the first ever TOAST OF UPTOWN, an afternoon of strolling and sipping in beautiful Buena Park!

All attendees will receive a wine tasting glass which is your ticket to this event—simply present it at each stop along the route for delicious wine samples. This self-guided stroll will take you on a tour through the many businesses that call Buena Park home. Wine selections have been generously curated by North Buena Deli & Wine as well as local restaurants and cafes. Small bites from local eateries will be provided along the route as well.

My Chocolate Soul
Tolotzin Mexican Cuisine
Jake’s Pup in the Ruf
Mystic Visions Spiritual Gallery
The Satellite Café
The Reservoir
IRPINO Real Estate
North Buena Deli & Wine
The Bar on Buena
Klein's Bakery & Café
All Strength Training
GNS Foods
Jenny Tola State Farm Agency
Royal Flesh Tattoo and Piercing
Lakeside Wine & Spirits

Our servers will not serve anyone who appears intoxicated. Participants must empty their glasses before exiting each establishment. No tastes of wine are allowed outside. Each stop should provide a container for you to dispose of any samples that you do not want to finish. Open container laws strictly prohibit consumption of alcohol outside of our designated participating locations. You are liable for any punishment or fines should you fail to adhere with the law. Your glass is non-transferrable, and only persons 21 years of age and older with a valid ID and purchased Toast of Uptown wristband can participate. All ticket sales are final.
Tucked between Lake Michigan and Graceland Cemetery, Buena Park is a tight-knit community and nationally recognized historic district. Popular for its many tree-lined blocks and Prairie-style historic mansions, Buena Park faces Montrose Beach and Harbor—both popular destinations for tens of thousands of Chicagoans. Founded as a bucolic retreat from urban life in the 1860s, by the 1930s Buena Park took on its current densely settled character, largely thanks to the construction of the “L.” Despite the more recent construction of many high-rise buildings, the area retains much of its historic charm, particularly in the landmarked Hutchinson Street area. The rest of the neighborhood is also on the National Register of Historic Places
Date/Time Information:
Sunday, April 22, 2:00-5:00pm
Contact Information:
Early Bird Ticket (before April 16): $30
Regular Admission (on or after April 16): $35
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