Signature Drink: Paper Airplane

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Nestle into fall with this frothy whiskey drink from Marshall’s Landing. The “Paper Airplane” is just one of many craft cocktails offered by the new lounge and restaurant located in the Merchandise Mart. Customers will also find chef-inspired seasonal menus, artisanal coffee and a fullservice bar in a casual, vibrant atmosphere. The spot, named for the famous Marshall Field and operated by the DMK Restaurant group, also has catering options, private meeting selections and customized event spaces available.

INGREDIENTS
—1 oz. Jim Beam Bonded
—1/2 oz. aperol
—3/4 oz. Marie Brizard Apry
—3/4 oz. lemon juice
—1/8 oz. St Elizabeth’s All Spice Dram
—1 oz. egg white

DIRECTIONS
1. Add all ingredients in a shaker, separate egg white and drop in another shaker tin.
2. Dry shake with the egg, add ice and shake again.
3. Double strain into a coupe glass. 

Courtesy of Marshall’s Landing

Members of The Illinois Hotel & Lodging Association (IHLA) placed their bets for a good cause this summer at the 11th annual Pony Up for the Kids fundraiser event, held at Arlington International Racecourse. Proceeds went directly into a fund for the IHLA Educational Foundation Scholarship program, which provides financial assistance to local students pursuing degrees in hospitality. (See the latest winners on page 45.) To date, the program has awarded $400,000 to deserving students. Guests were able to enjoy the racecourse’s private Beverly D.

 

The work of Bob Doepel and his staff at Chicago Scenic Studios speaks for itself, having produced some of the most iconic sets for museums, TV and film and corporate events.

 

Meeting planners have more options than ever outside the city.