(CBS) — The city of Chicago has announced 13 vendors will spring up along the Chicago Riverwalk this summer.
According to a press release by the mayor’s office, the vendors will officially operate in the Riverwalk from May 30 to November 1, though some are already open for the season.READ MORE: Man's Body Pulled From Lake Michigan In Evanston, Hours After Crews Rescuing 3 Other People Find His Belongings On Beach
Returning vendors include: include Urban Kayaks; Island Party Hut; Wheel Fun Rentals; Cyrano’s Café and Wine Bar; Chicago’s First Lady Cruises and Mercury, Chicago’s Skyline Cruiseline; O’Brien’s Riverwalk Café; City Winery; Downtown Docks; and Chicago Water Taxi.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Last Weekend Of Summer May Be Among Nicest
New this year will be: Tiny Hatt, Lillies and Dulce in Horto.
The city says in 2015, the vendors generated more than $4.5 million in revenue.MORE NEWS: At Least 5 People Killed, 20 Wounded So Far In Chicago Weekend Gun Violence; 3-Year-Old Boy Among Survivors
By fall of 2016. the city says the Riverwalk will be extended from the west side of LaSalle Street to the north side of Lake Street.