The Taste of Chicago 2016 one of the most popular food festivals in America is scheduled for July 6th through July 10, 2016 at Grant Park in Chicago. General admission to the Taste of Chicago, culinary festival is free.
Patrons can purchase food tickets, sold in groups of 12 for $8.50. Tickets are not sold after 8:30 p.m. each night of the festival.
There are also tickets available for special events. Tickets for the Petrillo Shell Music Concert are sale now, and tickets for the Chef du Jour three-course dinner in a decorated dining pavilion go on sale at 10 a.m. Central Time on Friday, May 20, 2016. Tickets are $45. Chef du Jour features the culinary creations fro some of the top chefs in the Chicago area. A different chef will prepare food each night including:
Graham Elliot, chef of Graham Elliot Bistro (Master Chef and Master Chef Junior) on July 6th
Dishes from Graham Eilliot Bistro
Did you know we're participating in @ChooseChicago's #ChicagoRestaurantWeek starting on Friday? Our three-course $33 menu includes this #Shortrib #Stroganoff, which is based on Chef @GrahamElliot's mom's recipe, so you know it'll be filled with love and deliciousness. View the full menu at the link in our bio.
Not only is Chef @grahamelliot's new cookbook available for purchase here at the Bistro, but you can also grab a signed copy for $30. Perfect for the aspiring #MasterChef in your life. We'll be closed Christmas Eve & Day, so you've got Tuesday & Wednesday this week to grab one! #booksarethebestgifts #especiallycookbooks
Kevin Hickey, chef of the Duck Inn, on July 7th
Patrick Sheerin, chef of the Trenchermen, on July 8th
Chris Macchia, chef of the Nonnina, on July 9th
Abraham Conlon, chef of the chef of the Fat Rice, on July 10th
Taste of Chicago Pictures
Image of the Taste of Chicago sign by Monique Wingard