Bubble Tea Deals in Chicago
Our neck of the woods causes a lot of stress: toll hikes on 294, another ex-governor going to jail, too many pizza places to choose from. With so much to panic about these days, we, the people of Illinois, deserve some chill time. Put freak-outs on freeze with a $15 gift card to Chill Bubble Tea for only $7. Visit the Skokie or Schaumburg location and create your own frothy drink made with freshly carved fruit -- think lychee, mango, kiwi, and pineapple, -- hand-picked teas, and smooth tapioca pearls. This colorful lounge is also a cozy spot to warm up with a cup of oolong or jasmine tea to calm the chaos. If sweets help ease the tension, find the perfect balance in a dish of tangy nonfat fro-yo topped with berries. Take a few minutes to yourself with this deal, and you're sure to keep your cool. Want more? Check out Chill Bubble Tea on Facebook.
After a long day of exploring the Shedd Aquarium, you're shamefully craving sushi. Indulge the right kind of wrong with today's deal from Shinobu Japanese Restaurant. You won't be embarrassed about the price when you spend $15 for $30 worth of food and drink. Head north from Museum Campus to this hip Edgewater's eatery, and observe the diverse array of fresh dishes. Choose from maki rolls, sashimi, appetizers, noodles, dessert, and more, Although it's no green moray eel, the signature Fired Dragon roll features freshwater eel, spicy tuna, avocado, red tobiko, and unagi sauce. Or if you're not feeling fishy, try the yakiniku -- sliced beef marinated and stir-fried with onion paired. Pair your meal with a mango bubble tea, and sea how this 50%-off deal makes more of a splash than the dolphin show.
Almost as pleasurable as a restaurant's food are the little rituals that go along with it: perusing the menu, anticipating the meal, and hiding under the table and grabbing passing waiters by their ankles. Drink in the whole experience with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $20 for $40 worth of Thai food and drinks $20 for $40 worth of Thai food and drinks for minimum four people or more Diners can rev up appetites with starters of shrimp shumai ($4.95) and edamame ($3.95) before delighting in beef pad see eiw ($8), green curry with bamboo shoots ($8.50), and crab ...
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Limit 1 per child • All services must be redeemed by same child
Why was this spot named Coolest Indoor Playspace by Red Tricycle in 2012? We'd guess it has something to do with the dress-up clothes, bubbles, tunnels, and tiki hut: • $75 ($150 value) for six weeks of unlimited drop-in play • 1,500-square-foot playroom boasts educational, fun toys + play structures • Adults can enjoy complimentary coffee, tea, and Wi-Fi while kids play Purple Monkey Playroom's Website | Facebook