Throwing a Tailgate Party? Here Are a Few Fun Tips

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At North Harbor Tower apartments in Chicago, IL, throwing a tailgate party is a great way to support the home team. Whether you are a die-hard Bears or Blackhawks fan, showing your spirit with a tailgate party is a great way to spend time with friends or meet your new neighbors. Invite other families and make a day of it. Let the kids burn off some energy in the crisp, fall air. It gets them out of the house and allows you to spend some time making new friends.

Throw a Tailgate Party for Your Favorite Team!

Have a Sunday Fun Day!

When you start to plan your party, include some activities for the kids to participate in. It's a great way to allow your family to get to know the neighbors. Set up a few games and give away prizes to those who participate or win a challenge. Have a television set up so you can watch your favorite football team take the field. Have the tables situated so that you can watch the game while you're eating.

Good Food, Good People, Great Fun

No tailgate party is complete without hot dogs, hamburgers, finger foods, picnic foods and a variety of beverages. If some of the adults want to chip in and buy the meats, have an all-out barbecue. Have every family bring their favorite barbecue sauce and fire up the grill. If you want to have a potluck-style meal, have people choose a dish to bring. With everyone bringing their own special fare, you're sure to have a feast fit for a king.

If you want to experience the very best of apartment living in Chicago, IL, visit the North Harbor Tower apartments and check out the different floor plans they offer. Ask about all of the amenities the complex has to offer and take a quick tour of the neighborhood. After a few minutes, you will realize why many of the residents love to call North Harbor Tower home.

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