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CHI (P) - Meet & Eat! -The Walnut Room Thursday, November 17 12:30pm CT



Meet and Eat kicks off the Holiday Season at The Walnut Room!
 

The world-famous Walnut Room was the first restaurant ever opened in a department store. With Circassian wood paneling imported from Russia and Austrian chandeliers, the 17,000 square foot dining room is both elegant and comfortable. The Walnut Room is a holiday tradition and showcases the 50-foot Christmas tree in the center of the restaurant. Come join us and get into the Holiday spirit.

We've reserved 2 tables for a total of 18 seats!  Please only register if you are sure you will be available to join us. We truly hope to avoid last-minute cancellations or no-shows for this luncheon!


 *Please come prepared to pay for your own meal with credit card or cash. 


Due to the limited capacity of this event, please be respectful of your fellow members and register only if you plan to attend. If you do need to cancel, please cancel as early as possible so that someone on the waitlist can join us. Thanks!


When:
Thursday, November 17, 2022, 12:30 PM until 1:45 PM
Where:
The Walnut Room Macy's 7th Floor
http://macysrestaurants.com/walnut-room/
111 N State Street
Chicago, IL   60602
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Patricia Blank
Category:
Chapter
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
TTN Chicago Covid Policy: Vaccination is required for all TTN Chicago sponsored indoor events. Proof of ID and vaccination may be required to enter some public places. We will adhere to any applicable mask mandates. Out of courtesy to your fellow TTN members, please do not attend an event if you are experiencing any Covid symptoms.
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