Christmas in Chicago – Don’t Miss on Michigan Avenue: the best Santa in the City and Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire

 

Every Michigan Avenue shopper needs a break – especially when you have little children in your crew. We like to visit Santa Claus at 900 North Michigan Avenue: He’s the most photogenic Santa out there, with a

Every Michigan Avenue shopper needs a break – especially when you have little children in your crew. We like to visit Santa Claus at 900 North Michigan Avenue: He’s the most photogenic Santa out there, with a natural beard. The lines here are rarely loooooonnnng,and Santasits on a fancy Santa-quality throne with a 40 ft. tree as a backdrop. Not to mention,he also gifts every kid – whether you pay for a photo or not – with a sweet little stuffy. While you’re at 900 North Michigan Ave., step on over to the Four Seasons for some complimentary chestnutsroasting on an open fire, available from 5 to 7 p.m. daily, from Nov. 26-Dec. 30 at the Seasons Lounge.Order anultra-fancy hot cocoa for the kids; Mom and Dad may need to indulge in afestive cocktail such as the Frosty the Snowtini or Ebenezer’s Egg Nog.

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