Have a Ball at Timothy O’Toole’s’ Second Annual Turkey Testicle Festival

Back-to-Back Eating Competitions on Black Wednesday

Black Wednesday, November 23
Turkey Testicle Eating Contest, 9:00 p.m.
Pumpkin Pie Eating Contest, 11:00 p.m.

No cost to participate

Timothy O’Toole’s Second Annual Turkey Testicle Festival kicks off at 9:00 p.m. on Black Wednesday, November 23. The winner of the Turkey Testicle Eating Contest will receive a whole frozen turkey to prepare for their own Thanksgiving Day feast. For those who are less daring, but still willing to compete, the pub will hold a Pumpkin Pie Eating Contest at 11:00 p.m., with the winner receiving a $25 gift certificate.

Chef Corey Grupe has prepared a bevy of appropriately themed menu specials, including a “bucket of balls” (deep fried turkey testicles with your choice of dipping sauce), an open faced hot turkey sandwich, turkey panini and slices of pumpkin pie. Complete menu specials are outlined below.

Black Wednesday’s drink specials include $4 Jameson shots, $2 Miller Lite and Coors Light pints and half-price Guinness “Blacklist” drafts. The spirit of competition will continue throughout the evening, as all guest are welcome to enjoy complimentary pool, darts, jumbo jenga and board games.

Black Wednesday Menu Specials

Bucket of Balls
deep fried turkey testicles with your choice of dipping sauce, $6.99

Open Faced Hot Turkey Sandwich
served on thick egg bread with mashed potatoes & gravy, corn &cranberry sauce, $9.99

Turkey Panini
turkey breast topped with bacon, jack cheese &cranberry mayo, $8.99

Pumpkin Pie
topped with whipped cream, $3.99

NOTE: Timothy O’Toole’s will be open on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24, during regular business hours (11 a.m.- 3 a.m.). The following day, “Black Friday” November 25, the Pub will open for brunch at 9:00 a.m. Stop in for bottomless mimosas and bloody marys, before or after your holiday shopping extravaganza!

Timothy O’Toole’s
622 North Fairbanks Court
Chicago, IL 60611
312.642.0700
TimothyOTooles.com

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