Chicago Protesters March Through Taste Of ChicagoTheir message is: No justice, no revenue. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
Taste Of Chicago Kicks Into High GearThousands descended onto Grant Park for the opening of Taste Of Chicago.
Taste Of Chicago Opens For 2016It’s time to bring your appetite downtown. The 36th annual Taste of Chicago kicks off at 11 a.m. at Grant Park.
Taste Of Chicago Offers Preview Of This Year's RestaurantsTaste of Chicago is just over a week away - and the city offered an appetizer on Daley Plaza today.
City Unveils Taste Of Chicago LineupTwenty new restaurants will make their Taste of Chicago debut this summer, including six food trucks, and 11 vendors who will sell at pop-up stands for one or two days.
2 Investigators: Spot Inspections At The Taste Of ChicagoIn this follow-up report, CBS 2's Pam Zekman and a health expert hit some of the food booths at this year's event.
Taste Of Chicago Crowds Smaller Than Typical Opening DayDay One of Taste of Chicago - and the crowds are showing up - just not as many as a typical opening day.
Guide To The Taste Of Chicago 2015The Taste of Chicago is the largest outdoor food festival in Chicago. Showcasing the diversity of Chicago’s dining community, the Taste is also home to some of the Summer’s best music festivals...
2 Investigators: Some Taste Of Chicago Vendors Violated Health StandardsCBS 2 Investigator Pam Zekman looked into the health inspection records of the restaurants featured at next week's massive event and found that some have failed up to three health inspections in the past two years.
Restaurants Provide Taste Of Chicago Preview In Daley PlazaTaste of Chicago opens in two weeks - and today at Daley Plaza, the downtown lunchtime crowd got a preview.
Taste Of Chicago To Feature 19 New Restaurants, Food TrucksThis summer's Taste of Chicago is featuring 19 restaurants that are new to Taste. WBBM's Steve Miller has a preview of one newcomer.
Taste Of Chicago Loses $169,404 After Rain Cancels Fifth DayEven with an abbreviated, four-day run, Chicago’s premier lakefront festival attracted 1.1 million people and generated $5.46 million in overall revenue and $106 million in “total business activity,” according to City Hall.