Chicago Tribune

Marijuana supper clubs in Chicago: 'It's not … some kind of criminal enterprise going on here. It's a dinner party.'

CHICAGO - The tables were set and the candles lit. Bouquets of baby's breath were arranged on black tablecloths, and menus rested atop each plate.

Table for Twenty was hosting its first event of the year. Wearing cocktail party attire, diners who paid $115 for a ticket sipped drinks and enjoyed a five-course meal.

But this wasn't your typical private dinner club event. At every place setting, a joint was placed neatly next to the silverware and the food and drink was infused with cannabis.

Marijuana is coming out of the shadows, as more

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune4 min readSociety
Tampons In Men's Restrooms? Activists, Schools And Businesses Are Serving The Menstrual Needs Of Those Who Don't Identify As Women
At the first National Period Day rally in Chicago, more than a hundred supporters gathered at Federal Plaza to champion better access to menstrual products and an end to the social stigma that often surrounds menstruation. Among the sea of handmade s
Chicago Tribune4 min read
Paul Sullivan: Epstein Has Work To Do With Cubs, But Plan On Him Being 'Sufficiently Boring' Instead Of Revealing His Plans
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Baseball executives erased their whiteboards, closed their spreadsheets, stuffed their laptops into carry-on bags and began a mass exodus from the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa on Thursday morning. The general managers meetings too
Chicago Tribune2 min read
Kirby Dach's 1st Career 2-point Game Leads The Way For Hawks In A 5-3 Victory Over Golden Knights
LAS VEGAS_The firsts just kept coming. Zack Smith registered an assist for his first point as a Chicago Blackhawk. Kirby Dach had the first two-point game of his career. Calvin de Haan scored his first goal since joining the Hawks in the summer. Erik