Dandy Crown Holiday Happenings


The Dandy Crown, a River West neighborhood cocktail-focused restaurant and bar, just announced several Merry & Bright holiday events.

The Dandy Crown will also reopen its second floor lounge for the first time since March 2020, providing an extra interior room.

Plus, the outdoor patio remains a year-round option, fueled by fire pits, propane heaters, hot cocktails, and S’mores Kits. And there are of course plenty of comfort food dishes and in house created cocktails. The Dandy Crown’s daily Happy Hour ( 3pm-6pm) features $7 house cocktails and discounted beers and shots.

Dandy Crown Holiday Happenings

Other Merry & Bright holiday events at The Dandy Crown through the end of the year include: 

Sunday, December 5The Ogden International School of Chicago Athletic Booster Club hosts their annual fundraiser during the Bears game from 11am to 4pm, complimentary food at half-time. Make a $25 donation per person to the organization at the door or in advance. Plus, throughout December, $1 of every Wintertime Smash cocktail sold will benefit the Friends of Ogden friendsofogden.com.  

Thursday, December 9: A Holiday Meet and Greet with Santa Claus from 5pm-7pm. Bring a favorite family member, person, or pet and receive a free electronic photo with Santa Frank, taken by a professional photographer. 

Sunday, December 12: It’s a free Holiday Wreath Decorating class from 2pm to 6pm, featuring martinis made with The Botanist. 

Sunday, December 19: Get DIY Last-minute Holiday Supplies such as gift wrapping and card-making assistance to wrap up the holidays with ease, for free, from 2pm to 6pm, featuring The Glenlivet cocktails. 

Friday, December 31: New Year’s Eve is so nice The Dandy Crown celebrates it twice. The Dandy Crown celebrates both the British and American New Year! Ring in the British New Year at 6pm, and ring it in again at midnight Chicago time, each time with a complimentary glass of bubbles and party favors. 

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