Revae Schneider, one of Chicago’s premier mixologists, works her magic on a cocktail.
A collage of delicious cocktails made by Revae’s happy SideTour guests.
Alan Lake, chef of “Around the World in 7 Courses” SideTour dinner, shows the crowd his infused vodka concoction.
Alan’s eclectic mix of music and artwork lend a backdrop for his unique dinner.
SideTour CEO Vipin Goyal decorates chocolates at Uzma Sharif’s Chocolat shop.
The final product at Chocolat’s pre-launch SideTour experience.
Chef Anupy Singla describes some of the main spices used during her Indian cooking SideTour.
Guests at Anupy’s experience share personal stories of their cooking mishaps and successes.
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Photo credit: Willie Chandler Photography
Photographer and writer, Jodi Ettenberg, has spent the last 4 years traveling the world after leaving her job as a lawyer in NYC.
These photos she shared from her experiences have us seriously contemplating jumping out of our seats and booking the next flight to anywhere:
Follow Jodi and her travels over on her blog, Legal Nomads.
October is officially the cheapest month left in the year to get away. It makes sense. With the holidays fast approaching airlines and hotels are starting to increase prices for trips in November and December.
But where are these budget people heading to? Reuters and Cheapflights published a list of the top travel searches and bookings this October.
Unsurprisingly, it includes a couple college football-centric cities and quite a few “snow bird” destination spots down South.
Here’s the full list:
- Baton Rouge, LA
- Fort Myers, FL
- Austin, TX
- Albuquerque, NM
- Knoxville, TN
- Toledo, OH
- Asheville, NC
- Greenville, SC
- Columbus, OH
- Tampa, FL
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