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Tickets On Sale For Lincoln Park Uncorked, A Wine Stroll Stopping At A Dozen Local Businesses

Lincoln Park Uncorked will feature red and white wine samples at more than a dozen local businesses.

More than a dozen participating businesses will serve as stops where people can sample various red and white wines.
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LINCOLN PARK — Lincoln Park Uncorked, an annual wine stroll along Armitage Avenue and Halsted Street, returns this month.

Lincoln Park Uncorked will happen 6-9 p.m. May 12, featuring a variety of curated red and white wine samples from J9 Wine Bar and Vin Chicago, according to the event’s announcement.

Attendees will sample the wines while stopping at more than a dozen local businesses, starting at J9 Wien Bar, 1961 N. Halsted St.

Other participating businesses:

  • All She Wrote, 825 W. Armitage St.
  • Barry’s Bootcamp, 1937 N. Halsted St.
  • Bedside Manor, 2048 N. Halsted St.
  • Bliss & Belle, 1011 W. Armitage Ave.
  • Byline Bank, 2000 N. Halsted St.
  • Centre Physical Therapy, 2116 N. Halsted St.
  • Experience Chiropractic, 1971 N. Fremont St.
  • Images Med Spa, 1006 W. Armitage Ave.
  • Kincade’s, 950 W. Armitage Ave.
  • Pyar & Co., 2132 N. Halsted St.
  • Terry’s Toffee, 1009 W. Armitage Ave.
  • The Now Massage, 2038 N. Halsted St.

Tickets for Lincoln Park Uncorked are available now. General admission costs $44 through May 6 and $52 after that. Groups of five or more save 15 percent per ticket.

Tickets and more information are available on the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce’s website.

Jake Wittich is a Report for America corps member covering Lakeview, Lincoln Park and LGBTQ communities across the city for Block Club Chicago.

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