Thanks to the Ridgewood High School varsity cheerleading squad and everyone who came out to our pep rally to support the Bears! We had a great day of desserts and cheers – we even learned how to do the Super Bowl Shuffle! Be sure to root for the Bears this Sunday against Seattle.
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When you visit the United Club at Soldier’s Field for a Bears Game, take advantage of the dedicated Eli’s Cheesecake & Dessert Kiosk with an assortment of Eli’s Signature Items.
Eli’s Cheesecake is also available at a number of Concession Stands at the United Club so you can enjoy Eli’s with your meal or snacks.
Bears Celebrate Opening Home Game Victory–Allen Brothers Meats and Eli’s Cheesecake at Soldier’s Field
The Chicago Bears opened their 2009 home regular season at Soldier’s Field on Sunday, September 20 with a thrilling 17 to 14 victory over the Super Bowl Champions Pittsburgh Steelers.
It was also a great day highlighting Allen Brother Meats and Eli’s Cheesecake at Soldier’s Field. On the left, Eli’s Marc Schulman visits Allen Brothers Owners, Todd and Bobby Hatoff, at the Soldier Field Tail Gate, which free sampling of the “Great Steak House Steaks” was open to all Bears fan for the two hours before the game. Allen Brothers will also be participating in the Soldier Field Tail Gate on October 4th and November 8th.
On the right, Eli’s Marc Schulman also visited the Eli’s Cheesecake Kiosk on the 200 United Club Level of Soldier’s Field. United Club Seat Holders have an outstanding choice of dining options—highlighted by the Eli’s Cheesecake Kiosk with Eli’s Original, Eli’s Turtle, Eli’s Carrot Cake and Eli’s Signature Brownies.
Congratulations to the Chicago Bears and the McCaskey Family on their opening home win against the Pittsburgh Stealers. In this 90th year of the Chicago Bears Franchise, it is so great to see the Bears Flags on the field as the crowd sings “Bear Down Chicago Bears,” the team’s fight song.
David Haugh of the Chicago Tribune suggests a way for the Chicago Bears to get Brady Quinn—and it involves Eli’s Cheesecake for a Year!
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The Tribune’s Bears writer answers reader questions each week during the
- 9:24 PM CST, November 22, 2007
Friday marks the busiest shopping day of the year. And Monday the Bears will begin making a list of their own if they let the Broncos hand them their seventh loss.
That’s the reality of what Lovie Smith meant by stating flatly it would take 10 wins to make the playoffs.
Losing Sunday makes the playoffs nearly impossible for the Bears. If that happens, the
calendar immediately flips to 2008 at Halas Hall.
Good for Smith, who, in a rare moment of candor, publicly challenged his players by putting the
necessary pressure on them to save the season. Now.
What will top the Bears’ list if they can’t do that?
What about a quarterback? That’s been among the most popular questions lately among Bears fans in light of Rex Grossman’s six-quarter resurgence … but not the only one.
It seems as if Cleveland is looking to lock up Anderson long-term to be their QB of the future. Do you think they would allow Brady Quinn to come to the Bears for a second-round pick in next year’s draft? –Bryce Cooper, Washington, D.C.
Maybe if the Bears threw in a defensive starter, another draft pick and a year’s supply of Eli’s Cheesecake. Get serious. Teams need two quarterbacks, and even if the Browns prevent Anderson from leaving via restricted free agency, as expected, he likely will be competing with Quinn for the No. 1 job next summer and beyond. Look at past situations such as Philip Rivers/Drew Brees in San Diego and Jon Kitna/Carson Palmer in Cincinnati as examples that the high draft picks usually take at least a season or two before nudging the veteran aside.
For the Bears, that means entering the off-season with realistic plans regarding Anderson
My dad, Eli had a great lunch group at Eli’s the Place for Steak. Each day, politicians, business people and old friends from over the years would gather for great camaraderie, conversation and lunch.
One of Eli’s favorite guests and dearest friends was Ed McCaskey, the Chairman Emeritus of the Chicago Bears, and husband of Virginia McCaskey, the daughter of Bears founder, George Halas.
Ed loved music, the horses, his friends and gardening. When Brian Piccolo of the Chicago Bears became critically ill in the story retold in the book and movie, Biran’s Song, it was Ed and my dad that went to New York to cheer him up during his unsuccessful battle to fight cancer.
On the Friday before Father’s Day, the Chicago Bears and McCaskey family dedicated the Ed McCaskey Memorial Garden at Halas Hall in Lake Forest. Ed loved to plant, weed and watch the fruits of his labor so the family wisely decided that a garden would be a wonderful testament to his memory.
It is most fitting that there is an Eli M. Schulman Playground at Seneca Park in Chicago and an Ed McCaskey Garden in Lake Forest. We wish the best of happiness to the McCaskey family and to a championship season for the Chicago Bears
Photo of the Ed McCaskey Memorial Garden at Halas Hall
Ed McCaskey with Eli and dear friend, Howard Bedno