Kick-off Spring with an open bar of wine, beer and light hors d'oeuvres at the historic Tavern Club while networking with fellow Kellogg, Wharton, Booth and Stanford GSB Alumni. Take in the city views from this landmark club once frequented by notable Chicago artists, architects and writers! Spaces are limited. Please contact Anita Riyat ’17 with any questions.
Early bird registration $45, after March 24th $55
The fee includes open bar (a great selection of beer and wine), light hors d'oeuvres and the opportunity to expand your network! Walk-in registrants are welcome (space permitting). Please bring your ID to access the building. Tickets are non-refundable.
Date and Time: Friday, March 29 from 5:00 - 7:30 PM
Location: The Tavern Club, 333 N.Michigan Avenue, Suite #400, Chicago
Early Bird Pricing Available until 3/24: $45
After 3/24: $55
The Tavern Club:
A NAME RICH IN CHICAGO HISTORY
Once a distinguished club that counted Frank Lloyd Wright, Mayor Richard J. Daley, Carl Sandburg, and William Wrigley as members, the original Tavern Club was a staple of Chicago social life.
Starting in 1928, the Tavern Club was a vital part of Chicago social life. Artists, architects, merchants and media moguls would frequent the club, enjoying fine food and drink while taking in the exceptional views of Michigan Avenue, Chicago River and Lake Michigan.
From the ice-skating rink that was once on the 26th-floor terrace to countless stories of enjoyable evenings with friends, the Tavern Club earned its reputation as one of Chicago’s favorite social clubs.
The new Tavern Club at 333 aims to once again provide a place for friends and colleagues to celebrate life and achievements.
**Recently named a 2018 best new event space by Crain’s Chicago Business.**