No matter what you desire the Taste of Randolph is the festival for you, giving you an opportunity to “get a taste of Restaurant Row without the reservation.” Impressive, huh? Check out the images below for a preview of some of the wonderful restaurants you’ll get to enjoy at this year’s Taste or Randolph.
The summer’s highpoint street festival is having a homecoming to Chicago’s West Loop for its 19th year. As one of 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.
Music fans, this event is for you too. Taste of Randolph will once again duo with Chicago’s favorite independent promoters, Silver Wrapper to 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 dance acts, will host a DJ dance stage. Get ready to get down and take the party post-festival, to one of the many Official After Parties at nearby venues.
Festival entry is a suggested $10 donation to the West Loop Community Organization, where residents, visitors, and businesses have an active voice in decisions affecting the neighborhood parks, development, schools, traffic, safety and more. The organization is continuously working to ensure positive progress for the neighborhood, while offering social events and beneficial developments to improve the quality of life in the West Loop.
900 West Randolph St.
FROM CTA TRAINS
Taste of Randolph takes place at the corner of Randolph & Peoria Avenue, most convenient to the Morgan stop on Green & Pink lines, or on the Clinton stop of the Blue Line
FROM CTA BUSES
The CTA #8 bus is your best bet if you’re coming from the north or south of 900 West Randolph. For more detailed directions we recommend searching on Google Maps.