Monday, March 1, 2010

Chicago French Market Announces Dinner and A Movie with Gene Siskel Film Center

Chicago French Market announces a promotion with the Gene Siskel Film Center.  Shoppers enjoying dinner at participating Chicago French Market vendors, March 5 through April 1, will receive a 20 percent discount on movie tickets at the Gene Siskel Film Center when you show your Chicago French Market receipt.  Likewise, purchase a movie ticket at the Gene Siskel Film Center and bring your ticket stub to one of the Chicago French Market participating vendors for a 20 percent discount on your total meal! (Ticket stubs are good for one use only).
Participating vendors include:
Chicago Organics
Chundy's Bistro
City Fresh Market
FLiP Crepes
Frietkoten Belgian Fries and Beer
Saigon Sisters
The Market is accessible at 131 N. Clinton as well as from 118 N. Canal through Ogilvie Transportation Center’s Suburban Concourse (both entrances are located between Randolph and Washington Streets). 
About the Gene Siskel Film Center: For more than 30 years, the Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) has presented world-class independent, international, and classic cinema. Renamed in honor of the late film critic in 2000, the Gene Siskel Film Center presents approximately 1,500 screenings and 100 guest artist appearances year to over 65,000 film enthusiasts at its unique, sophisticated, modern facilities which have been operating since June 2001 at 164 N. State St.

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