Friday, January 22, 2010
During regular business hours (11 a.m. – 3 a.m.)
Timothy O’Toole’s, a welcoming tavern and gathering spot conveniently located in Streeterville, is a popular place to convene for lunch or after-work cocktails any day of the week, but on Friday, January 22, you just might spy a few more working stiffs than usual. O’Toole’s will honor the working man (and sartorially adventurous woman) with its first-ever Tie Day, a nod to anyone who has ever had to dress up for the job.
Anyone donning a tie (loosened or otherwise) at Timothy O’Toole’s during regular business hours (11-3 a.m.) on Friday, January 22 will score themselves a personal pitcher of Miller High Life for just $3. So, even if you happen to be a stay-at-home slacker, you might want to dust off the old neckwear for a night. (Note: One pitcher per customer.)
Timothy O’Toole’s usual Friday specials will also be in effect throughout the sharply dressed festivities, including $10 pitchers of Miller Lite, Miller High Life or Coors Light, and chips, salsa and guacamole for $6.49.
Timothy O’Toole’s Pub Streeterville
622 N. Fairbanks Ct.
Chicago, IL 60611