CHICAGO—The highly anticipated food festival, Taste of Chicago, is finally making a comeback. After a year of cancelled events due to the pandemic, foodies and vendors alike are eagerly awaiting the chance to indulge in the city’s finest culinary offerings.
This year’s Taste of Chicago has been reimagined with three neighborhood events and a revamped festival in Grant Park. From established restaurateurs to food truck owners and caterers, vendors are encouraged to bring their best food and beverages to the table.
But the festival isn’t just about the food, it’s about the experience. It’s a celebration of Chicago’s rich culinary history and diverse food scene, featuring everything from deep dish pizza to hot dogs and everything in between. There truly is something for everyone at the Taste of Chicago.
For those interested in showcasing their culinary skills at the event, vendor applications are open until Monday, May 1. This is the perfect opportunity to put your best food and drinks forward and be a part of one of Chicago’s most highly anticipated culinary events.
To learn more about the event, the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) is hosting a vendor information session on Tuesday, April 25, at 10 am. Vendors can get a detailed overview of this year’s plans and have their questions answered.
The Taste of Chicago is a celebration of the city’s diverse culinary offerings and a chance to tantalize the taste buds of food lovers from around the city. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to showcase your culinary expertise. Apply now and get ready to indulge in some of the best food the city has to offer.