Taste of Chicago
Attendees at this year’s Taste of Chicago can eat like a king or queen–if they’re willing to pay more for it.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has introduced a measure that would mean a major change in the music and entertainment at the city’s annual Taste of Chicago summer festival.
The city has extended the deadline for restaurants to apply for spots at the new, scaled-down Taste of Chicago – in hopes of drawing more interest.
Restaurants at this year’s Taste of Chicago will have half the time to sell food, but must pay even more to the City of Chicago for the privilege.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is defending his administration’s decision to cut the Taste of Chicago summer food festival in half.
The Taste of Chicago will move to mid-July next year and will only run for five days, while the Gospel Festival will return with a new home in the Bronzeville neighborhood.
The Chicago Gospel Festival will return as a standalone event next year, but it won’t be in Grant or Millennium Park.
The Taste of Chicago this summer left a sour taste with some of the festival’s food vendors.
CBS 2’s Walter Jacobson sees the upside to low attendance at this year’s Taste of Chicago.
From a security standpoint, this year’s Taste of Chicago was a rousing success. From a sales and attendance standpoint, it was a flop.
The streets around Grant Park are open again today after crews finished cleaning up from the 10-day Taste of Chicago.
This year’s Taste of Chicago wrapped up Sunday evening and the Chicago Park District, which was running the scaled-down festival for the first time, described this year as a big success.
This year’s Taste of Chicago is at its halfway point — and its manager is pleased. Taste is selling “less” as “more,” and Manager Mary Slowik said Tuesday night that it appears to be working.
One of the most famous events that Chicago puts on every year is the Taste of Chicago. Millions flock to taste the food that makes Chicago famous. However, this summer, if you’re looking to expand your horizons past Polish sausages, deep dish pizza and delicious Rainbow Cones, then check out these restaurant booths for the best of exotic food.
Everything you need to know about the 2011 Taste Of Chicago!
Taste of Chicago 2011 is up and running, with a smorgasbord of offerings from the city’s favorite restaurants – and a big sandbox too.
It’s been a violent start to the summer, with a string of mob attacks close to downtown leaving people wondering about safety at the Taste of Chicago starting today.
Here’s a preview of what your ears should expect while exploring Grant Park this June and July. All the music at Taste of Chicago in one easy to read article.
When this year’s Taste of Chicago opens its 10-day run Friday, officials are promising both fun and a safer atmosphere.
Here’s a rundown of notable upcoming performances that are strictly free of charge!