Diner en Blanc is back in Chicago at a mystery spot
After a three-year hiatus, one of Chicago's most striking parties, Dîner en Blanc, returns Thursday to a secret location near you.
How it works: Diners register for the dinner, select a convenient departure point, prepare their best all-white outfit and a picnic, then follow their table leader to the spot on the night of the event.
What they're saying: We're "rain or shine, kind of like Lollapalooza but with less mud," co-founder Lauren Haras tells Axios, noting that they ask guests to bring white or clear ponchos, umbrellas or raincoats.
- Back-up date: Aug. 18.
If you go: Diners can still join the waiting list. Tickets: $55-$108.
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