FULTON MARKET — Two of the West Loop's biggest culinary forces have teamed up to launch a new street fest in Fulton Market this fall.
Chefs Stephanie Izard and Paul Kahan will bring local restaurants and breweries together for the first-ever Fulton Market Harvest Fest on Sunday, Oct. 2. The all-day festival will take over a stretch of Fulton Market, highlighting the neighborhood's culinary talents with live cooking demonstrations, food and drink from the restaurants across the West Loop and live music.
Pre-sale tickets to the fest, slated for 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 2., are now on sale for $25. Tickets include $20 in food and drink tickets, a custom glass beer stein, musical performances from bands including JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound and admission into the festival grounds.
West Loop/Fulton Market restaurants that have signed on to participate include Izard's Girl & the Goat and Duck Duck Goat, Kahan's Publican Quality Meats, Au Cheval, The Betty, El Ché Bar, Haymarket, bellyQ, Bar Siena, Green Street Smoked Meats and more.
Goose Island, Boulevard Brewing Company, Bell’s, Founders Brewing and Virtue Cider will also be serving their best brews at the fest.
Chefs Edward Lee of Louisville’s 610 Magnolia, Sarah Gruenberg of Monteverde, Izard and Kahan will also host live chef demonstrations at the fest.
The street fest is sponsored by Lakeshore Beverage.
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