The newly opened Gino’s East River North, at the historic 500 N. LaSalle, is offering a slam dunk deal on game days throughout the men’s college basketball tournament. Plus they are Dublin the fun with a St. Patrick’s Day special on Saturday, March 15.
Gino’s East River North’s first floor bar and lounge area has plenty of flat screens for watching hoops. The Final $4 Menu features Sweet 16-ounce Revolution Anti Hero pours and $4 appetizers including: Deep Dish Nachos, BBQ Brisket Sliders, Smoked Trout Dip, Lime Shrimp Ceviche, Bacon Marinara Mini Meatballs, Jumbo Chicken Wings, and more. This Madness menu special is available every tournament game day from March 18 through April 7. The Artisan Cheese & Charcuterie Board appetizer is not included in Final $4 Menu.
On Saturday, March 15, grab your green attire and then retire to Gino’s East River North to celebrate with $4 Revolution Anti Hero pints and 50 cent Jumbo Chicken Wings all day long. Irish or not, you will feel lucky.
Deep dish pizza favorites on the Gino’s East River North menu include the Chicago Fire, patty-style sausage made extra hot and spicy with fire roasted peppers and red onions. Other, new specialty deep dish pizzas include Jalapeño Blue, bacon, blue cheese, sausage, caramelized onions, and blue cheese-bacon stuffed jalapeños, and the BBQ Brisket Za, barbecue beef brisket, caramelized onions, red and yellow peppers.In addition to traditional thin crust pizza, the menu also offers delectable appetizers, fresh salads, soups prepared vegan, and a sandwich and plate menu.
For lighter fare, enjoy huge salads like the Black Kale Harvest Salad, Napoli Salad with Tuna; or Arugula Caprese. Sandwiches and plates include Double Bacon Grilled Cheese, Blue & Beef, roast beef, blue cheese, caramelized onions and arugula; Chicken Parmesan Monster, for sharing; and Buffalo Chicken Mac & Cheese.
In addition to two full bars with specialty cocktails, Gino’s East River North features a selection of 40 fine, affordable wines from family-driven wineries such as Saintsbury (Carneros, California) and Antonio Sanguineti (Tuscany, Italy). More than 40 craft beers are being served on draft and by the bottle featuring Chicagoland breweries like 5 Rabbit Cerveceria, Revolution, Two Brothers, Metropolitan, Local Option, Ten Ninety, and Temperance.
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The building at 500 N. LaSalle opened in 1887 as the North Chicago Street Railroad Company Cable Car Powerhouse, Also known as the LaSalle Street Cab Car Powerhouse, the largest system in the country in the late 19th century, the structure housed engines that powered the thousands of cable cars that brought hundreds of thousands of workers into downtown Chicago each day, enabling the rapid development of the North Side neighborhoods. The building has been home to various tenants over the last century, notably the Michael Jordan’s Restaurant era of the 90s.