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    Red Eye Chicago / May 2013

    May 28, 2013 | Red Eye Chicago

    Crosstown Classic Chowdown

    Poag Mahone’s 333 S. Wells St. 312-566-9100

    As the Cubs and Sox duke it out, you can show your allegiance with a North Side “Cure for the Curse” burger (cheeseburger stacked with a hot dog, relish, tomatoes, celery salt and more on a pretzel roll; $12) or a South Side “Put it on the Board” burger (cheese-stuffed burger with Polish sausage, beer onions and spicy mustard; $12). Partial proceeds benefit the corresponding team’s official charities. 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m. Through Friday.

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    Michigan Ave Mag / May 2013

    May 21, 2013 | Michigan Ave Mag

    On May 27, the Cubs and the White Sox face off for the season’s first Crosstown Classic series, but the rivalry is about more than just baseball. The true Northside/Southside battle is over food, and throughout the month of May, Loop restaurant Poag Mahone’s attempts to settle the debate with two burgers playing to the tastes of each neighborhood. The best part: a portion of the proceeds from the Chicago sandwiches goes to two local charities.

    For Cubs concession fans, the Northside Cure for the Curse Burger features a 100% grassfed cheeseburger and a hotdog. It’s piled high Chicago style, with sweet relish, yellow mustard, sport peppers, lettuce, tomato, and celery salt between a pretzel bun. A dill pickle spear and side of nachos accompany the stacked sandwich. In support of recently retired Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood, some of the Northside burger’s proceeds will be put toward the Wood Family Foundation. Southsiders, on the other hand, will want to sample the Put it on the Board Burger, a cheese-stuffed grassfed burger with Polish sausage, beer onions, and spicy brown mustard. It benefits the Bring Me Home Children’s Home and Aid Foundation.

    No matter where their loyalty lies, though, Chicagoans can always agree that beer is the best accompaniment to a hearty burger (and hot dog). Poag Mahone’s offers an expansive selection of seasonally rotating craft ales, and right now we love the locally brewed 5 Rabbit American Blonde golden ale. 333 S. Wells St., 312-566-9100


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