7/01/2013 10:17:00 AM

Chicago Dining Deals and Events, July 1-7

Monday
Looking for an affordable weekday lunch around The Loop? Want that lunch to be serviced in the vicinity of lots of wine? BIN 36 is introducing a new $5 lunch special. Every week, the wine bar will feature a different $5 lunch special. The menu will be listed on its Facebook page and Twitter (312-755-9463).

Tuesday
Now that we know avec's a pastry chef can cook up a mean burger, find out what the sous chef can do. This week, Publican Quality Meats’ burger night features Sara Bradley's "Hot Damn, Hot Brown" burger with B├ęchamel, Publican bacon, heirloom tomatoes and bib lettuce. Her burger will go up against the signature Publican burger, along with bourbon and beer specials between 6 and 9 PM (312-445-8977).

Wednesday
Thursday is a holiday, which means you can enjoy a guilt-free “Wine Down Wednesday.” III Forks spends the month of July focusing on women winemakers. Join wine director Lance for a tasting of wines produced by women, including Boutari, a Greek winery. The event costs $15 (312-938-4303).

Thursday
Happy 4th of July!

Friday
Get ready to scream for ice cream. The weekly pop-up shop, Jove T.’s Ice Cream Shop, returns to David Burke's Primehouse every Friday from 3-5 PM. Flavors change weekly and are announced on the restaurant’s Facebook and Twitter pages (312-660-6000).

Saturday
See the live version of this month’s Food & Wine magazine during a cooking demo at Belly Q. The demo includes recipes from the magazine including Lola's roast chicken with sambai chimichurri, spiced shrimp with tomato salsa and avocado, and corn on the cob with curry mayonnaise and chile salt. After the demo, sample the dishes, and wash 'em down with pitchers of Riesling sangria. Tickets cost $50 (312-563-1010).

Sunday
Indonesian pop-up restaurant The Rice Table celebrates grilling month with some extra spice at Vincent. The four-course menu features three types of sateh, including marinated and grilled mussel skewers as well as fired beef and potato-stuffed jalapeno. Tickets cost $45 and are available online.

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