Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Celebrate a North Shore New Year's Eve!

Ready or not, here comes 2012! Our North Shore communities offer some of the best fine dining and entertainment to be found in the Chicago area. For those of you needing last-minute ideas for a North Shore New Year’s Eve, here’s a sampling of events!

 The Chicago/Northbrook Hilton hosts a spectacular bash featuring a four-course dinner, wine service, live music and dancing. This upscale night out includes overnight accommodations. $325 per couple includes tax and gratuity.

The Benjamin Restaurant in Highland Park is hosting a Frank Sinatra-themed New Year’s Eve, with prices starting at $99 per person. The four-course prix fixe dinner menu allows you to choose your combination of appetizer, soup/salad, entrĂ©e, and dessert. How about the Double Chocolate Toffee Mousse Torte? Live piano music featuring Sinatra tunes and 50’s-era jazz.

The Westin North Shore in Wheeling has several party and accommodation offerings starting at $199 for single occupancy. You can go ala carte, or include a full evening of dining and festivities according to your preference.

If you’re looking for a family outing, the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe has a Wonderland Express exhibit that will enthrall kids of all ages. With 750,000 holiday lights greeting you from the outside, and 10,000 square feet of elaborate miniature trains and landmark displays inside, you’ll be immersed in visual splendor. Exhibit runs through Jan 1, 2012.

As your North Shore Real Estate agent, I enjoy sharing our local lifestyle and all it has to offer. Whether you are new to the area, or you have lived here for years, there is always something new to experience! And when it’s time to buy or sell a home in Deerfield, Glencoe, Highland Park, Northbrook or Winnetka, I will be here to help you. Contact me for North Shore market expertise.

Wishing you the very best in 2012,

Janie Bress
Your North Shore Real Estate Expert

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