Attend the 19th annual Taste of Randolph Street in Chicago for Father’s Day Weekend. It’s bigger and better than ever!! There’s plenty of food, beer and live music along six blocks of Randolph Street, from Peoria Street to Racine Avenue.
The summer’s #1 street festival is returning to Chicago’s West Loop for its 19th year. As the city’s leading annual celebrations, this three-day cross-cultural celebration will mix extraordinary food, brilliant artisans and diverse musical offerings. Top restaurants will bring their bold cuisines from near and far. Don’t be surprised to see food and drink options from all your favorites… belly-Q, Publican Quality Meats, De Cero and Vivo.
Taste of Randolph will bring three eclectic stages featuring unbelievable talent including Chicago’s brightest young musical acts extending from indie rock to dance music. To boost the festivities up a notch, The Mid, a venue highlighting some of the nation’s top DJ’s, will host a stage. Get ready to get down and take the party post-festival, to one of the many Official After Parties at nearby venues.
June 19-21, 2015
- Alhambra Palace
- City Winery
- Cone Chicago
- De Cero
- Grange Hall Burger
- La Lucé
- La Sardine
- Pork Chop
- Publican Quality Meats
Taste of Randolph is located in the Randolph Street Corridor and converges some of the Windy City’s Best in Food, Music and Fun for One Rockin’ Weekend.
WHEN: June 19-21, 2015:
WHERE: Randolph and Peoria Streets – 900 W. Randolph St.
There will be plenty of live music, food and arts and crafts from local artisans.
Here’s a link with details of the festival: http://tasterandolph.com/
- $10 suggested donation
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