Scared Stiff, an Irish Halloween Event at Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant on Saturday, October 29, 2011

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Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant, located on 100 W Grand Ave in the River North neighborhood, is hosting a Halloween event on Saturday, October 29 with a fully decorated venue, DJ downstairs and Selective Recall performing live upstairs, costume contest at midnight with great prizes up for grabs. At Fadó, the taps are always flowing with premium European draught beer, because nothing is scarier than the bottom of your pint. No cover charge.

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Once again party goers should expect nothing short of a great night out ... because as far as we're concerned the Irish basically invented the holiday".

Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant is hosting a a Halloween bash on Saturday, October 29, 2011 called Scared Stiff. With a fully decorated venue, DJ downstairs and Selective Recall performing live upstairs, the River North restaurant and late night hot spot is the only place to celebrate this ancient Irish Holiday. The taps are always flowing at Fadó with the best European draught beer because nothing is scarier than the bottom of your pint.

The music ramps up at 10pm and with a costume contest around midnight, guests in their funniest, sexiest and scariest costumes have a chance to win great prizes. Once again party goers should expect nothing short of a great night out", says general manager, Tom Dowd, "because, as we all know, the Irish basically invented the holiday". Fadó is the only live music venue in River North that does not charge cover.

Fadó (pronounced fuh-doe) Irish Pub & Restaurant, located on 100 W Grand Ave in the River North neighborhood was the first Irish pub to be designed and constructed in Ireland and shipped and installed in Chicago. Fadó is distinguished by its genuine Irish hospitality, the quality of its pints, and authentic Irish food and fun. Fadó Irish & Restaurant has been serving up great pints and legendary craic since 1997.

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