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The 19th Century Club began a new tradition on Oct. 3, when 35 guests came for supper. Family-style Sunday suppers are now available at the club from 5 to 7 p.m., according to head chef Angie Segura, a graduate of the Cooking and Hospitality Institute of Chicago. Guests are welcome to bring their own bottles. Tables are set for six, so diners have a chance to socialize with other guests.
According to President Patricia Leavy, the club provides a large and luxurious setting for villagers, visitors and families who will be enjoying the many improvements recently achieved to beautify the building at 178 Forest Ave. (at Ontario Street). Over 100 club members gather regularly on Mondays for lunch and a variety of programming. For information or reservations for the Sunday suppers, call 386-2729.
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