See You Tomorrow at The Good Food Festival: Chicago?

226482_432014166878769_1301245424_nI hope so!

I can’t wait to be part of a whole fest of “mah people”… people who believe in good food, people who support and eat local, people who grow whole foods and people who practice home cooking and food preservation. Does it get any better?

Why yes, it does! Tickets are still available online, which will save you money over paying at the door. Also, children 12 and under are FREE. Between the vendor’s floor, chef demonstrations, children’s activities and workshops, every member of your family is bound to have a good time…and learn something too!

If for some odd reason you can’t make this year’s fest, but want to still know what’s going on, I’ll be there live tweeting the event…so be sure to follow @ItsToni and @GoodFoodFestChi or hang out in the hashtag #gffchi to see what everyone else is talking about.


Good Food Festival Events:

  • Exhibit Hall of more than 150 farms, local food artisans, restaurants, and non-profits. Check out the list of exhibitors here!
  • Kids Corner with interactive fun, hosted by Purple Asparagus
  • Chef Demonstrations, a delicious Kimchi Challenge, and the Good Food Commons Micro-Sessions (some of the chef’s include: Rick Bayless of Xoco, Frontera Grill, Topolobampo, Carrie Nahabedian of Naha and Paul Virant of Perennial Virant & Vie)
  • Festival Tickets ($15, or $10 in advance), Workshop Tickets ($45, or $35 in advance, Festival Admission Included), and Special Event Tickets (varies by event) are available now!  Kids 12 and under get in FREE

Celebrating it’s 9th year in Chicago, the 2013 Good Food Festival is bound to be the best one yet!

One Response to See You Tomorrow at The Good Food Festival: Chicago?
  1. Lisa @ Oh Boy Oh Boy Oh Boy
    March 15, 2013 | 12:59 PM

    Sounds like a great event.

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