(from left) After running the saloon for nearly 40 years, Quencher’s owner Earle Johnson said he was ready to retire this past spring. Now, the Native is hosting a Quenchers pop-up to pay tribute.Alisa Hauser/Block Club Chicago; The Native/Instagram

Quenchers Coming Back For One Month Only (Sort Of): The Native Bringing In Bartenders, Popcorn & Even The Tip Bell

"Hopefully we can keep the nostalgia going for a little longer," pop-up organizer Sam Edgin said.

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Massive Redevelopment Of Tribune Printing Plant, Union Station Gets The OK From Key City Commission

The $2.5 billion project could break ground in 2020 and faces two more votes at City Hall before it wins final approval.

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Chicago Man Arrested In Budlong Woods Raid Now Charged With Helping ISIS

The man is charged with "using social media to spread propaganda supporting violent jihad, to recruit operatives, and to encourage others to carry out terrorist attacks."

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Zella In Lincoln Park To Close At End Of Month

The restaurant is hosting a costume contest before its lease is up, though.