If you love Enzo Ferrari (a former Formula One driver) and his magnificent world of high-performance luxury sport cars, this festival is for you.
Do you want to see more than 60 Ferrari gems lining Monroe Street from Clark to Dearborn?
Check out the 16th Annual Ferrari Festival at The Italian Village
Head over to Italian Village on September 9. 2018
Your $30 donation includes a fantastic Italian Buffet with beer and wine tastings served from 11:30AM-1:00!
Kids under 6 are admitted free!
Proceeds generously benefit Inspiration Corporation and the Lurie Children’s Hospital.
For more information or to purchase tickets call Italian Village Restaurants at 312-332-7005.
A great combination of everything Italian: modern and vintage Ferraris. Raffles available and proceeds support Inspiration Corporation and Lurie’s Children’s Hospital. Must register early to secure your spot! Located at 71 West Monroe in Chicago, IL.
The City of Chicago will close Monroe St. from Dearborn to Clark for Ferrari-only parking.
The event is $30 per person to general public but free for Ferrari Club Members (FCA) members. Registration is required.
There will be an open wine & cappuccino bar and lunch buffet at the Italian Village . The Italian Village is the Oldest “Italian Restaurant in Chicago.” The restaurant has the largest wine cellar in the entire Midwest that holds over 45,000 bottles! They have also won the Wine Spectator‘s “Grand Award” annually since 1984.
Italian Village in Tuscany inside the restaurant
In 1981, Wine Spectator introduced the “Restaurant Awards” program. They review a restaurant’s wine lists on three levels: the Award of Excellence (basic), Best of Award of Excellence (second-tier), and the Grand Award (highest). I am in Amarone Heaven at the Village!
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