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Hunt For Easter Eggs At Longman & Eagle

By Sarah Freeman in Food on Apr 3, 2012 7:45PM


Unleash your inner child while still enjoying all the perks of adulthood.

This Sunday, Longman and Eagle will host their second annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt. The event sends participants on an afternoon-long quest around Logan Square that puts their seeking skills to the test. Guests must check-in at 1 p.m. at the Longman and Eagle backspace to receive a map with clues to the locations where the eggs are hidden. The team that returns with the most eggs by 3:00 will receive a gift basket from Ms. Mint's Trading Post.

In the true Easter spirit, and to prevent the losers from crying like 4-year-olds afraid of the Easter bunny, all participants will enjoy a free shot of the house favorite bourbon, Cabin Still.

While the celebration is aimed at adults, children are allowed, as long as the alcoholic spoils stay with their parents.

To join in, email with "EGG HUNT" in the subject line. The entry fee for the hunt is $3 and each team is limited to just two people. All proceeds from the event will be donated to UIC Center of Excellence in Women's Health.

Longman and Eagle is located at 2657 N. Kedzie Ave