Bite Nite Deux is a Bite to Fight Lou Gehrig's Disease

Bite Nite Deux is the ALS Association Greater Chicago Chapter’s second annual event featuring superior dining, signature drinks and fine art.

Ten of Chicago’s top chefs come together to offer outstanding cuisine at tasting stations. Tito’s Vodka has created a signature drink called The Sunflower Sipper in a nod to the ALS National Symbol — the sunflower.

The event is hosted by Kim and David DeJesus (of the Chicago Cubs) and Master Artist Jesus Salguiero. It includes a silent auction of artwork donated by artists from around the world. Music is provided by DJ Opio and rat pack crooner, Michael Hutchins, who has lost several family members to ALS.

Bite Nite Deux will be held on Monday, October 21st, from 6:30-10:30 pm at Open Secret Studios. 401 N. Racine, in Chicago's River West neighborhood. Tickets are $75.00 per person or four for $200.00. Cost includes free on-site parking in a gated private lot at the venue.

All proceeds from Bite Nite Deux will support free home visits, a free equipment lending program, free clinic services at University of Illinois and University of Chicago clinics, and advocacy efforts in Washington D.C. For more information about this event contact Maryilene Blondell, Director of Development, 312.932.0000 or Maryilene@alsachicago.org

ALS is a neurodegenerative disease that usually attacks both upper and lower motor neurons and causes degeneration throughout the brain and spinal cord. Every 90 Minutes Someone is Diagnosed with ALS and Every 90 Minutes Someone Else Loses His or Her Battle. Support ALS’ mission to fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy. Help them empower people with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support. Purchase your tickets here.

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