Join us at the brewery—or rather, Chicago speakeasy—on Saturday, April 20, 2013, when a 1920s gangster murder mystery unfolds. D’Angelo’s is the hottest joint in the Midwest, and it personifies the decade’s roar; the jazz is hot and the drinks are cold. The master of ceremonies, Johnny Biscotti, has his best show yet, which features the ever popular Lydia LaJoy and a couple of cute chorines sure to turn mobsters’ heads.
Roasted tri-tip is the highlight of a buffet dinner, but the meal kicks off with blood orange salad. If you don’t watch your back, the salad may allude to your evening swim with the fishes.
You don’t need a password for entry, but be sure to get your tickets to this California Regional Theater performance early. Dinner begins at 6:00 p.m., and the gangsters cause trouble at 7:30.