Prasino’s pretzel croissant French toast with white chocolate sauce and salted caramel.
Prasino shopping shuttle: Prasino in Wicker Park introduces a weekend package that includes brunch and a stylish ride to the newly opened Fashion Outlets of Chicago in Rosemont. A 14-seat Mercedes car departs Prasino at 11 a.m. and returns from Rosemont at 4 p.m., allowing for a full day of fine dining and high fashion. Visit brownpapertickets.com for $30 tickets. 1846 W. Division St., 312-878-1212
Caviar tastings at Henri: French resto Henri allows diners to try all kinds of caviar with a brand new tasting option. Executive chef Chris Gawronski now offers a trio of the delicacy’s varietals—including white sturgeon, shassetra, osetra, and others—based on seasonal availability. Each is luxuriously served in an abalone shell hand-carved by the chef himself. 18 S. Michigan Ave., 312-578-0763
Little Market Brasserie’s sundae bar: As of last week, Little Market Brasserie offers a bottomless, build-your-own sundae bar every Monday evening (3:30-11 p.m.). The traditional toppings—hot fudge, whipped cream, peanuts—are supplemented with unexpected ones such as three flavors of marshmallows, shortbread sticks, cookie dough, brownies, and more. $10. 10 E. Delaware St., 312-640-8141
The Florentine’s take-home tailgate: Watch the Bears game from the comfort of your home but feel like you’re still at Soldier Field with The Florentine’s take-home tailgate. The Italian restaurant puts twists on American favorites with its football-friendly food basket, which includes a meatball sandwich, homemade chips, antipasti misti, pasta salad, and cookies. The meal serves two, but larger viewing parties can be accommodated upon request. Order the $45 basket in advance by calling The Florentine at 312-660-8866. 151 W. Adams St.