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- Our normal Saturday morning consists of prep lists, packing trucks, and lots of pre-event adrenaline. But, since this is our idea of a perfect Saturday, we will click our heels and start with brunch at the
- Since we didn't quite indulge to the point of discomfort, we might pop into Argo Tea [16 West Randolph Street] and top ourselves off. (Well, myself at least.) I'm obsessed with the earl grey tea here. I think there ar
- We would stop by P.O.S.H on State Street [613 North State Street] to "look for serving pieces for Truffleberry" (wink), but we all know that is just an excuse to get in the door. [I'd look at] unique cookbooks, antiqu
- My patient husband is now asking if we can go to his happy place. I don't even have to ask before we just start walking to the Park Hyatt [800 North Michigan Avenue.] Since this is our
- Finally, we would head over to Eataly [43 East Ohio Street] to pack a picnic to bring to our friend's boat at Burnham Harbor. They invited us to watch the fireworks on their sailboat. (I'm making these
To close out Weddings Week, there's no better duo to lead us through a Perfect Saturday than Brittany Ferrin and Vaidotas Karsokas. Not only are the talented chefs married (see? perfect for Weddings Week), but they own Truffleberry Market Catering. The company brings imaginative, delicious, and gorgeously presented eats to events, so here's our plug if you're looking for a wedding caterer. But for the dream Saturday described below, the couple has the day off from serving champagne and tweaking teeny savory ice cream cones. Here's how they'd spend the afternoon, in Brittany's words.