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Chicago Food + Wine Festival

Submitted by on July 16, 2015 – 8:56 amNo Comment

illinois_chicago_food+wineIf you missed Taste of Chicago, consider adding this event to your Midwest travel plans, Road Trips Foodies. The Chicago Food + Wine Festival takes place in Lincoln Park August 28 through 30, 2015.

In its inaugural year you’ll find evening tasting events, up-close and personal access to culinary, wine and spirit talent at dozens of cooking demos, wine and cocktail seminars, and more.

Between sessions, indulge in The Grand Tasting Pavilion, showcasing over 90 wine, spirit and artisanal food exhibitors, along with celebrated local and regional restaurants. Plus, pick-up copies of inspiring cookbooks and get them signed by your favorite chefs in the Book Signing Tent.

The Chicago Food + Wine Festival marks a compelling collaboration between C3 Presents, chef Tim Love, and presenting sponsor FOOD & WINE Magazine, with 30 years of experience developing, organizing and sponsoring world-class culinary destination festivals around the country.

Festival partners (C3 Presents, chef Tim Love and Food & Wine Magazine) have recruited an advisory board of Chicago chefs including Jimmy Bannos (Heaven on Seven, The Purple Pig, Juicy-O); Rick Bayless (Frontera Grill, Topolobampo, Xoco, Tortas Frontera); Graham Elliot (Graham Elliot Bistro); Jose Garces (Garces Group); Stephanie Izard (Girl & The Goat, The Little Goat); Paul Kahan (One Off Hospitality Group); Tony Mantuano (Spiaggia), and Art Smith (Art and Soul, Table Fifty-Two, Lyfe Kitchen, Southern Art) to gather ideas and feedback for event programming and talent recommendations.

Tickets (including an “all in pass”) are available online.

(Photo courtesy of Chicago Food + Wine Festival)

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