Tuesday evening options

This page describes the options for the Tuesday night of the 2015 Annual Meeting in Evanston. Registrants have the choice between dinner at one of three Evanston restaurants or attending a Cubs baseball game at Wrigley Field. (Baseball ticket orders are only available through 2/28/2015.)

Dinner

The large group will break into smaller groups to have dinner at the following restaurants.

Found Kitchen and Social House

Found is a kitchen, a social house and a restaurant with a mission. Its rustic new American dishes change with the market and season and are served in a relaxed,creative atmosphere inspired by 1920's Bohemian Paris and icons of the Beat Generation. This might not be the best choice for individuals with food limitations.

The Stained Glass Bistro

Located in the heart of downtown Evanston since 1999, the Stained Glass Bistro has earned a reputation as the perfect spot both for special occasions and a casual bite to eat. Executive Chef/Owner Victor Hernandez’s contemporary American cuisine has a touch of international influence that has earned raves from the Chicago Tribune, the Michelin Guide, and elsewhere.

Quince at the Homestead

Quince serves contemporary American cuisine, in a lively and comfortable setting near downtown Evanston. Of the options, this restaurant is slightly farther away than the others.

Baseball

You have the option to attend the Cubs vs. Reds game on Tuesday, April 14th at 7:05pm at historic Wrigley Field. Those who register for this outing will have their game ticket, transportation cost, and a stipend for food/drink provided by AAUDE. If you choose this option, you will need to leave the reception early and will not be able to attend dinner that evening.

  • Currently the plan is to take the 'L' from the station at Davis Street in Evanston, two blocks from the hotel, to the Addison stop, one block from Wrigley Field. The trip will take approximately 30 minutes.
  • April temperatures in Chicago have a large variance, with a historical average high of 57 and a low of 39. You are advised to dress warmly.
  • In the event the game is cancelled in advance, the group will have dinner in Evanston at a restaurant to be determined, with the cost being covered by AAUDE.

For those unable to attend this outing or interested in seeing more baseball in Chicago, there is an unofficial outing planned to see the White Sox vs. Twins game on Saturday, April 11th. Please email Paul Schatz if you’re interested.
 

If you would like to "trade" evening event selections, please identify yourself and your option in the comments below.