“We set out to reinvent the entire drinking experience,” Nathaniel Davis, Drinkworks CEO and president.
The event boasts fine food, wine, craft beer and spirits from local and national chefs and mixologists along with seminars, cooking demonstrations.
The embattled restaurant is looking forward to a “new start” next month, its general manager said Wednesday.
From rooftop decks with spectacular skyline views to raucous beer gardens to cozy patios tucked behind neighborhood taverns, we’ve got you covered.
The Taste of Chicago lineup of culinary crafters will include 38 five-day vendors, 22 pop-ups and 13 food trucks.