Fourth of July Party Ideas - The Weekly Yelp


Nothin' says the Fourth of July better than a backyard bash complete with ice cold brews, a cloud of charcoal smoke, and a fired-up grill.

This week The Weekly Yelp is showing you some stellar shops ) to help you bring some sizzle to your red, white, and blue!

Happy Grilling!

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Have a happy and safe Fourth of July Weekend Everyone! 

Monica Mancano, REALTOR®, MRP, AHWD

Century 21 Affiliated

The Weekly Yelp
Chicago Burbs
Mike's Meat Market
Party Supply For The Fourth Of July
Mike's Meat MarketOsiris V
Josef’s Elegante Meats & Deli
5 star rating 65 reviews
716 W State St, Geneva, IL
Delis, Meat Shops
Sharko’s BBQ
4 star rating 255 reviews
4931 S Rt 59, Naperville, IL
The Farm
4 star rating 12 reviews
34 E 63rd St, Westmont, IL
Fruits & Veggies, Farmers Market, Nurseries & Gardening
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This Week’s Sponsor
A Midsummer Night's Dream
First Folio Theatre (Mayslake Peabody Estate, 31st St. & Rt. 83) presents A Midsummer Night's Dream as part of its annual outdoor Shakespeare Under the Stars series, opening Saturday, July 9, 2016 at 8:15pm, and running through August 14, 2016 with previews July 6–8. Pack a picnic and experience the Shakespearean classic that the Chicago Sun-Times raves to be “ideal for the sylvan backdrop of Oak Brook’s Peabody Estate grounds, [A Midsummer Night’s] Dream seems to speak directly to the trees and moonlight.” Shakespeare’s magical story about the difficulties of love is directed by Hayley Rice and produced by David Rice, author of The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe and composer, adaptor and lyricist of Shakespeare’s Cymbeline: A Folk Tale with Music.


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