May 2015

Saturday, May 23, 2015

10:00 am

Culinary Tour of Devon Avenue

This event includes a 2-hour Culinary Tour of Devon Avenue. Attendees are lead to fresh turmeric, cardamom, and a host of other pantry treasures. Enjoy stops at two Indian grocery stores, a specialty shop that sells imported kitchenware, and a snack shop for a warm cup of chai. Tour participants receive copies of Chef Susan's favorite South Indian family recipes and a tip sheet for selecting spices. 
More info here.
Rodgers Park.

12:00 pm

Mole de Mayo

The event’s centerpiece is its mole competition, pitting local chefs and restaurants against one another to find out whose Mexican staple is the best in Chicago. The outdoor festival features dishes from the city’s food vendors including, Nuevo Leon, De Colores, La Catrina Café and more. Admission is a suggested $5 donation that benefits the Eighteenth Street Development Corporation.
More info here.
Pilsen.
 
 

1:00 pm

Welles Park Craft Beer Fest

The Illinois Craft Brewers Guild and the Welles Park Advisory Council present: 1st Annual Welles Park Craft Beer Fest, the official closing craft beer festival of Chicago Craft Beer Week 2015. The city's largest craft beer "party in the park" is hosted within Welles Park. The General Admission experience will include craft beer, hours of entertainment and food for purchase. 
$55 GA; $75 VIP.
More info here.
Lincoln Square. 

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Sunday, May 24, 2015

3:00 pm

Memorial Day Weekend Crawfish Boil

Frontier invites Chicagoans to an authentic Louisiana crawfish boil with the Who Dat Nation Chicago Chapter during Memorial Day Weekend. Guests can enjoy an all-you-can-eat crawfish boil complete with potatoes and corn on the cob prepared exclusively by Pioneer Tavern Group Corporate Chef Brian Jupiter.
$25 per person. 
More info here
West Town.

4:00 pm

Crap Beer Day

Thalia Hall celebrates crap beer with $1 beers in including Mickey’s, Lone Star, Schlitz, High Life, Budweiser and more. High Life 40s are available for bottle service and High Life ponies will be on hand for fish feeding time at Punch House. The Golden Horse Ranch Band teaches attendees to square dance.
$10 per person.
More info here.
Pilsen. 
 

4:00 pm

High Class Dive Bar Pub Crawl

Clover Sports & Leisure delivers a different way to see the city of Chicago featuring different routes of Chicago’s finest dive bars. Patrons, donning their finest evening attire or their old prom dress or tuxedo, board a “party bus”. The guided tour, complete with a self-proclaimed dive bar aficionado, roams the city to the designated stops.
More info here.
River West.
 

5:00 pm

Game of Rhones Wine Tasting and Education

Expand your wine knowledge in The Attic at Butcher's Tap at the Summer Sessions wine class. This month the class is "Game of Rhones". The house Sommelier, Michael Roberts, explores the regions of the Rhone Valley.
$40 per person. 
More info here
Lakeview. 

9:00 pm

Bartenders with Benefits

This month, Barrelhouse Flat's guest bartender series welcomes Brian Sturgulewski of The Dogma Group and Fulton Market Kitchen.  Brian creates 3 specialty cocktails for the event, with $2 from each drink being donated to The West Suburban Special Recreation Association which focuses on providing recreational programs for adults and children who have a physical impairment, a mental disability, or any other type of disability. 
Free admission.
Lincoln Park.

Monday, May 25, 2015

11:00 am

Memorial Day at the Division Ale House

The Wicker Park bar opens early and features all-day drink deals such as $4 New Belgium Skinny Dip drafts and $4 Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller High Life, Miller Lite and Coors Light bottles. 
More info here
Wicker Park. 
 

11:00 am

Memorial Day at High Noon Saloon

The Tex-Mex eatery opens early on Memorial Day, and offers a la carte brunch with choices such as huevos rancheros, chilaquiles and a breakfast burrito. Holiday drink deals include $3 mimosas, $5 bloody marys, $4 Shiner Bock drafts, $3 Old Crow bourbon whiskey shots and $3 Casa Noble tequila shots. 
More info here.
Wicker Park. 

1:00 pm

Malibu Memorial Day Luau & Pig Roast

This Hawaiian-themed party includes a $10 BBQ Pig Roast Buffet and summer drink favorites such as Mimosa and Bloody Mary Tableside Kits, Coron-a-Rita’s, Fishbowl of the Day, $20 Corona and Dos Equis Buckets, Malibu Shots and Cocktail Specials, Mix ‘n’ Match tableside party coolers, and Cabana Bottle Service.
Cabana reservation available at (773) 644-5554.
Wrigleyville.

5:00 pm

Memorial Day Noodle Night at Arami

Chef Fred Despres features special ramen and noodle dishes on the last Monday evening of every month. Guests are invited to pair their dinner with Asahi Japanese beer ($5) and Arami's custom-brewed sake, Ichi No Tori ($7 per glass/$15 per carafe). Complimentary table side sake tastings are offered.
More info here
Ukrainian Village. 
 

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

7:00 pm

Half Acre Beer Dinner

Hub 51 and Rog McGuin from Chicago-based Half Acre Beer Company host a 3-course family-style dinner crafted by chef John McGowan. Pairings include Half Acre’s pale ale Daisy Cutter, their special rye stout Baume.
$60 per person.
More info here
River North. 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

5:00 pm

Okonomi "What You Like" Night at Ani

Ani Sushi + Japanese Kitchen has added a spring/summer option to their Wednesday "Okonomi" night (translation: what you like). Ani provides complimentary sake tastings via their table side sake cart, as well as special prices on "one cups," a sake served in small cans or glass cups often seen throughout Japan.
More info here.
Lakeview. 
 

7:00 pm

"Chef's Table" Dinner at Osteria La Madia

Osteria La Madia holds an interactive "Chef's Table" event. This intimate, market-driven dinner incorporates a five course meal, paired with wine, created with Chef Jonathan Fox's findings at the Green City Market that same morning. Chef Fox meets and mingles with guests while discussing seasonal ingredients and the benefits of sourcing locally.
$65/person and includes wine pairings.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

7:00 pm

Ale Asylum Beer Night

High Noon Saloon hosts Madison, Wisconsin’s Ale Asylum brewery for a tap takeover featuring limited releases such as Diablo Belga, Velveteen Habit and Pantheon. Colin Klemz, a Certified Cicerone Server from Ale Asylum is on-hand for beer education. Giveaways include wearables and other Ale Asylum logoed gear.
More info here
Wicker Park. 

Friday, May 29, 2015

3:30 pm

4th Annual Veteran's In Need Dinner

Catholic Charities hosts its fourth annual “Veterans in Need” dinner to raise funds for its Veterans services. Entertainment during the reception is provided by Seton Academy Jazz Band. Dinner entertainment includes the Ken Arlen Jazz Quartess, as well as the presentation of Colors by the Lincoln Park High School Junior ROTC Cadets. Proceeds support the Veterans programs which aid veterans with housing, substance abuse recovery and job placement throughout Cook and Lake Counties.

Saturday, May 30, 2015

10:00 am

Being a Chef: Who's Afraid of Hollandaise?

This event allows participants to get comfortable making Hollandaise, Bearnaise and Mousseline sauces. In addition to mastering the technique, learn how to store and quickly reconstitute these sauces later. Recipes include Asparagus with Hollandaise, Steak with Sauce Bearnaise and Salmon with Sauce Mousseline.
 $70 for members, $80 for non-members and a $15 materials fee.
More info here.
Near North Side.

7:00 pm

Slagel Family Farm Dinner At Nana

The Bridgeport restaurant hosts a prix-fixe farm dinner showcasing Slagel Family Farm. The dinner includes four-courses highlighting Slagel products. LouisJohn Slagel and other Slagel family members provide education about the farm and the the featured products during the event. The prix-fixe lists selections such as braised beef brisket empanadas and oxtail ragout.
$45 per person.
More info here.
Bridgeport. 

Sunday, May 31, 2015

5:00 pm

Seasonal Slam

Executive Chef Kevin Cuddihee and Head Bartender Graham Crowe of TWO host a culinary competition. During the event, guests become epicurean judges, voting for the best dish and cocktail per course. Plate magazine Editor Chandra Ram emcees the event and has selected the ingredients that each chef and mixologist must feature in this culinary face-off: rhubarb, radishes, and peas. 
$105 per person.
More info here.
West Town. 

June 2015

Monday, June 01, 2015

6:00 pm

Michigan Wines Showcase

Participants try more than 100 wines from 24 wineries, at this showcase of Michigan's award-winners, at one of Chicago's City Winery. Tickets are $50 and includes all wines and paired apps.
More info here
West Loop. 

6:30 pm

The Dinner Party with Elysabeth Alfano

Chicago City Winery hosts a live filming as Chef Chris Gawronski of Acanto cooks for famed actor Joe Mantegna, Sommelier Jon McDaniel, relationship and dating guru, Bela Gandhi and host Elysabeth Alfano. The Dinner Party ticket includes the show, bread and cheese, beer tasting, appetizer tasting, entree tasting and desserts.
$50 per person.
More info here.
Near West Side. 
 

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Wednesday, June 03, 2015

6:00 pm

Avondale Restaurant Crawl

This year the 3rd Annual Avondale Restaurant Crawl features culinary participants such as: Beer Temple, Brew Brew Coffee Lounge, Burger King, Cheif O’Neill’s, Dragon Lady Lounge and more. Live entertainment is provided by Four Star Brass Band, Stann Champion, the Irish Theatre of Chicago, Shakespeare All-Stars, Marianne & The Imaginary Band and more. 
$20 advance purchase online and $25 night of event.
More info here
Avondale.

6:00 pm

Grand Tasting Tour 2015

Experience a taste of Paso Robles Wine Country at City Winery. More than 25 wineries from Paso Robles showcase what sets this world class wine region apart. Cheese and charcuterie are presented by City Winery to complement this Paso Robles wine experience.
$50 per person. 
More info here
West Loop. 
 

 

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6:30 pm

Great Chefs Tasting Party

2015 marks the 23rd year of the Great Chefs Tasting Party, one of Chicago’s largest, longest-running culinary fundraisers. 40 of the city’s top chefs gather to create sample portions of their signature dishes. Guests also enjoy a cocktail reception, a silent auction, raffle and live musical entertainment.
$125 for general admission and $175 for reserved seating. Proceeds benefit the children and adults served by UCP Seguin Foundation.
For tickets and more info visit here.
Near North Side.

Thursday, June 04, 2015

6:00 pm

Third Annual Chefs' Playground

Chef Tony Mantuano along with Bon Appétit Management Company’s CEO Fedele Bauccio bring together some of Chicago’s top chefs to participate in the Third Annual Chefs’ Playground to benefit the Academy for Global Citizenship. Hosted at Terzo Piano, guests can enjoy bites and sips from approximately 20 chefs and mixologists presenting modern takes on childhood favorites while raising funds and awareness.
$250 for General Admission and $375 for VIP.
More info here.
The Loop. 

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Friday, June 05, 2015

5:00 pm

Ottawa 2 Rivers Wine Fest

This 3-day wine festival features wines from nearly 20 wineries from across the state. Spend some time exploring the Antique District on West Main Street, the specialty booths of the Botanical Fair on Court Street and everything Old Town has to offer during the festival.
Friday, June 5th 5pm-10pm; Saturday, June 6th 12pm-10pm; Sunday, June 7th 12pm-5pm.
More info here
Ottawa.

7:30 pm

Kulturküche - Maultaschensuppe (Soup Making Class)

Held at  DANK Haus German American Cultural Center, guests will learn to make German ravioli soup, a meat and spinach filled dumpling served in a light chicken broth with vegetables. Chef Joseph will provide the recipe, demonstrate technique, and offer some hands on training.  Attendees will learn how to make it from "scratch", as well as a short cut method.
$18 per person includes one drink.  
Reserve seats and more info here.
Lincoln Square.

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Sunday, June 07, 2015

4:00 pm

Oak Park's Great Food Truck Rally 2015

All are invited to a local "friend-raising" food truck event sponsored by Pilgrim Congregational Church. It includes a wide variety of gourmet foods from around the world in food trucks arriving from Chicago and the western suburbs. 
The event will also include live music and guided tours of the historic building.
More info here.
Oak Park.

Tuesday, June 09, 2015

6:00 pm

Cravings on Clark

The Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce and Clark Street in Lincoln Park host a dining experience to showcase the restaurants of Clark Street. Guests depart on a tasting tour to try eclectic samples from participating restaurants. Venues provide tasting-sized portions of signature dishes often paired with beer, wine or spirit tastings. Tickets $30 in advance, $40 day of event. 
More info here
Lincoln Park. 

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

7:00 pm

Vinci Wine Dinner

Vinci's monthly Wine Dinner consists of a four-course meal accompanied by the featured wine. The menu is priced at $50 per person. 
More info here.
Lincoln Park. 

Thursday, June 11, 2015

5:30 pm

The Chicago Help Initiative's 2015

This not-for-profit organization the provides meals and services to the homeless and underprivileged hosts its annual Helping Hands Fundraiser and silent auction.
The event Features culinary presentations by some of Chicago’s finest restaurants including Benny’s Chop House, Gibson’s Steakhouse, Hugo’s Frog Bar, Lux Bar and more.  Sweets from Eli’s Cheesecake Company and Candyality and liquid libations from Lagunitas Beer, Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Binny’s will be complemented by musical entertainment provided by piano stylist, Harriet Wilson Ellis.

7:00 pm

Forbidden Root Botanical Beer Dinner at Arami

Arami‘s Chef de Cuisines Ajay Popli and Nelson Vinansaca design a five course menu (scallop crudo; nigiri/sashimi; braised pork belly; roasted rabbit; dessert) that draws inspiration from Forbidden Root’s current brews, five of which will be paired to each dish. Forbidden Root’s unique botanical brewing methods use all natural ingredients, including herbs, spices, barks, roots, honeys, stems, seeds, nuts, vanilla bean and cacao beans.
$70/person.
Make reservations here.
Ukrainian Village.

Friday, June 12, 2015

9:00 am

Taste of Des Plaines

The Taste of Des Plaines is returning to downtown Des Plaines. This year the event features carnival food and games in favor of local restaurants, chef-driven cuisine, family activities and tribute bands.

More info here.

Des Plaines. 

 

11:00 am

50th Anniversary of Midsommarfest

For three days, the community celebrates the north side neighborhood of Andersonville with music, vendors, food, and free kids activities. With Andersonville’s strong Swedish ties, attendees get the chance to indulge in traditional Swedish activities. Two dozen food vendors offer international fare and over 80 local artists and vendors offer their unique wares.
Hours: Fri 5:00pm - 10:00 pm; Sat & Sun 11:00 am - 10:00 pm.
More info here
Andersonville. 

5:00 pm

Ribfest Chicago 2015

Ribfest Chicago 2015 features a weekend of food, entertainment, games and more. The 6th Annual rib eating contest, RibMania, will be held on friday night. Proceeds benefit Northcenter philanthropy and community programs.  
More info here.
Northcenter. 

Saturday, June 13, 2015

10:00 am

Being a Chef: Salmon Encore

This hands-on class celebrates the arrival of wild salmon and combines a new set of cooking techniques with a review of the basic skills of shopping for and storing fresh fish. Participants prepare Gravlax, Whole Poached Salmon with Sauce Gribiche, Salmon Unilateral (grilled) with Tomato Coulis and a Salmon and Corn Chowder.
$70 for members, $80 for non-members and a $15 materials fee.
More info here.
Near North Side.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

2:00 pm

Chicago Food Swap

Show off your creations, stock your pantry, and get some inspiration while meeting other like-minded individuals. All participants must be individuals trading goods that they made or grew themselves. Some examples of popular food swap items include jams, pickles, salsa or relishes, baked goods, granola and more.
Registration fee of $5.
More info here
Edgewater. 

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

2:00 pm

Experience Japan, Chicago!

Attendance is limited to Food & Beverage Industry Professionals. Attendees sample many new Japanese products including sakes & shochus, green teas, yuzu products, seafood, miso, Wagyu beef, smoked soy sauce, black garlic products, confectionery and more. Meet brewers & producers from Japan, their U.S. importers and distributors. Network with your industry.
More info here.
Goose Island. 
 

7:00 pm

Noche de Cerveza at D'Noche

D'Noche hosts a night with Lagunitas Brewing featuring dinner specials paired with Lagunitas Beer, and take home Lagunitas Swag. Menu items and beer are available for purchase a la carte. Weather permitting the event will be hosted on the patio led by a Lagunitas Beer Specialist. 
More info here
Logan Square. 

Thursday, June 18, 2015

6:00 pm

Rick Bayless Garden Tour and Dinner

One hour private tour of the renowned Rick Bayless garden by his master gardener Bill Shores. Followed by a margarita cocktail hour, hors d'oeuvres and multi-course dinner on the outdoor patio event space at Goddess and Grocer. Dinner stations feature food inspired by Rick Bayless' classic Mexican dishes. Live music plays throughout the evening. 
More info here.
Wicker Park. 

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7:00 pm

Revolution Brewing "AmeriKama" Beer Dinner

Dining guests experience a six course menu that pairs local craft brews with American fare that has an Indian flair. A cicerone from Revolution Brewing and Vikram Singh, chef/proprietor of Kama Bistro, lead this event.
More info here
La Grange. 

Friday, June 19, 2015

12:00 pm

6 Corners BBQ Fest

Three-day fest at the busy Six Corners intersection in Portage Park celebrates its 5th year with plenty of ribs, chicken and pulled pork plus music, artisans and kids' area. Vendors include Blackhawk BBQ & Seafood, Robinson's Ribs, Texas Lightening, Chicago BBQ Company and BBQ King Smokehouse. $5 gate donation.
More info here
Portage Park.
 

5:00 pm

Oakley Festa Pasta Vino

Guests feast on Italian food from local restaurants at this annual festival, which also features a wine bar, dance performances, live music, and kids activities.
$3-$5 donation.
More info here.
Pilsen.

6:00 pm

Taste of Randolph Street 2015

This three-day cross-cultural celebration mixes food, artisans and diverse musical offerings. Top restaurants bring their cuisines from near and far. Three eclectic stages feature talent including Chicago’s brightest young musical acts extending from indie rock to dance music. A $10 donation is suggested for admission to benefit the West Loop Community.
More info here
West Loop. 

Sunday, June 21, 2015

5:00 pm

How to get away with Merlot

The Butcher's Tap House Sommelier teaches guests all they need to know about Merlot and the difference between old and new world.  
$40/person.
More info here.
Southport Corridor.

Thursday, June 25, 2015

7:00 pm

Adobo Grill Tequila Dinner

Adobo Grill's monthly Tequila Dinner Series consists of a four-course meal that is accompanied with cocktails using the featured tequila. This month's menu is entitled "La Cocina de Baja California". The menu is priced at $42.00 per guest.
More info here.
Old Town. 

Saturday, June 27, 2015

12:00 pm

Hot Doug's Dog Dayz of Summer

Doug Sohn brings back Hot Doug's for one weekend by popping-up his legendary restaurant at Goose Island Barrel Warehouse.  Attendees get the opportunity to enjoy an exclusive tasting of the "best hits from Hot Doug's" in a festival-like setting - paired with cold beer and live music.
Sat-Sun.  Two sessions on each day: 12-3pm and 5-8pm.
$75/person.  More info and tickets here.
Humboldt Park.

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Sunday, June 28, 2015

4:00 pm

High Class Dive Bar Pub Crawl

Clover Sports & Leisure delivers a different way to see the city of Chicago featuring different routes of Chicago’s finest dive bars. Patrons, donning their finest evening attire or their old prom dress or tuxedo, board a “party bus”. The guided tour, complete with a self-proclaimed dive bar aficionado, roams the city to the designated stops.
More info here.
River West.

July 2015

Friday, July 03, 2015

12:00 pm

Windy City RibFest

This festival proves that Chicago doesn't take its ribs lightly. Taste a variety of different ribs from renowned barbecuing pros, who compete for the Best Ribs award. Kids can enjoy crafts while parents listen to live music and shop from vendors.
$5 suggested donation.
More info here.
Ravenswood.
 
 

Tuesday, July 07, 2015

4:30 pm

Tasty Tuesday with Toasty Cheese: Food Truck

Toasty Cheese food truck will be parked right outside the Lynfred tasting room and serving up their delicious gourmet grilled cheese and more.
Every Tuesday in July.
Roselle.

Wednesday, July 08, 2015

11:00 am

Taste of Chicago 2015

This festival has been around since 1980 on Chicago's lakefront. Aside from plenty of food to indulge in, this event also features live music, family activities and an excuse to sample fare from some of the city's most storied establishments. 
More info here.
South Loop.

Friday, July 10, 2015

5:00 pm

Square Roots - Craft Brew & Music Experience

The Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce (LSRCC) and Old Town School of Folk Music (OTSFM) present the 4th Annual Square Roots Craft Beer and Music Experience.
Over 30,000 fans attend Square Roots each year to enjoy more than 40 local craft brews (including special batch and limited release taps), great food and the diverse genres of  entertainment that only the Old Town School of Folk Music can provide.
Suggested donation $10 for Adults, $5 Seniors/kids, $20 for Families.
More info here.

Saturday, July 11, 2015

11:00 am

Roscoe Village Burger Fest

The sixth annual patty extravaganza features plenty of traditional and gourmet burgers from more than a dozen restaurants. This weekend fest also includes music on two stages, a large Kids' Zone, arts & crafts and more. Among this year's vendors: Butcher & the Burger, Cortland's Garage, Hackney's, Rockit Burger Bar and more. $10 suggested donation benefits Roscoe Village Chamber of Commerce.
More info here.
Roscoe Village.
 
 

11:00 am

Roscoe Village Burger Fest

Sample burgers from Chicago's top emporiums and restaurants while enjoying rockin' music and activities for children and an arts and craft fair.
$10 suggested donation.
More info here.
Roscoe Village.

12:00 pm

Taste of Lakeview

Sample food from the neighborhood's vendors, listen to live music and browse crafts with 40,000 other people at the annual fest. Proceeds benefit the West Lakeview Neighbors and the Jahn World Language School.
Suggested $5 donation.
More info here.
Lakeview.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

5:00 pm

Green City Market 15th Annual Chef BBQ Benefit

Green City Market hosts their annual BBQ featuring items offered from the bounty of the market with nearly 100 chefs and restaurants.
In addition to food, 50 of the Midwest’s brewers, distilleries, wineries, and mixologists will feature locally made craft beer, wine, hand-crafted cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages.
$125 per person. $250 per VIP ticket.  Tickets go on sale May 2.
More info here.
Lincoln Park.

Friday, July 17, 2015

5:00 pm

Taste of River North

The 14 annual celebration of the neighborhood's restaurants and chefs, which also offers live music from local party and tribute bands, and kids' activities.
$5 suggested donation. 
More info here.
River North.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

10:30 am

Tribes Fest

Tribes Beer Fest features 25 breweries including its very own Tribes Beer Company, Against the Grain, Ballast Point, Bells Boulevard, Buckledown, Coronado, Dark Horse and more. Attendees receive a commemorative glass, access to pub-only beers, 15% off food throughout the entire day and 7oz tastes of the brews. 
More info here
Tinley Park. 

11:00 am

Sweet Summer Brunch Delight

Tipsy Cakes hosts a reception and brunch event.  The Reception features passed bellinis, egg and bacon pies paired with Prosecco.  As well as a cupcake decorating activity.
Brunch includes Creme Brulee French Toast with passion fruit curd and more.  Everyone will take home a trio of hand decorated cupcakes, all boxed up.
$47 per member and $57 per non-member.  Reservations are required, call 312.777.1090.
More info here.
Bucktown.
 

Sunday, July 26, 2015

4:00 pm

High Class Dive Bar Pub Crawl

Clover Sports & Leisure delivers a different way to see the city of Chicago featuring different routes of Chicago’s finest dive bars. Patrons, donning their finest evening attire or their old prom dress or tuxedo, board a “party bus”. The guided tour, complete with a self-proclaimed dive bar aficionado, roams the city to the designated stops.
More info here.
River West.

August 2015

Saturday, August 01, 2015

1:00 pm

Taste of Latin America

The festival showcases Central and South American food, wine, music and arts & crafts.
More info here.
Logan Square.

Saturday, August 15, 2015

12:00 pm

Veggie Fest

Guests can be a park of the largest vegetarian festival in the country. Featuring good vegetarian food, demos, live music and family fun.
Both admission and parking are free
More info here.
Lisle.

September 2015

Friday, September 11, 2015

10:00 am

sangria

Festival of the Vine

Festival of the Vine features restaurants of Geneva and The Fall Harvest Market, which includes food and floral demos, an arts and crafts show, flower market, horse-drawn carriage rides and several wine tasting and dinner events.
Cost for food & wine tickets range between $1 - $5 each.
More info here.