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Retro on Roscoe – August 7th-9th

The 20th annual Retro on Roscoe street festival returns August 7th through 9th. For three days, the festival brings you six blocks of amazing local foods, antique vendors, local merchants, along with family friendly activities and live entertainment across the three stages. Check out the lineup below. As always, there’s also the Antique and Classic...

Roscoe Village Burger Fest – July 11th and 12th

The 6th Annual Roscoe Village Burger Fest returns Saturday and Sunday, July 11th and 12th. More than a dozen local restaurants will be serving their juicy, delicious burgers. Local artists and merchants will be there as well. In addition to that, there’s two stages with live music entertainment and a fun-filled Kids’ Zone too. You’ll...

Photos: Northalsted Market Days

LookyTasty.com stopped by the Northalsted Market Days street festival on Sunday. The crowds gathered to drink, eat, party and dance. There were several stages set up along Halsted St. Musical performances included Karmin, Olivia Newton-John, Sheena Easton, as well as tribute bands and jazz groups. Here are some photos from the festival. Follow @lookytastychi on...

Photos: Retro On Roscoe 2012

Here are our Retro On Roscoe photos from the Roscoe Village street festival in Chicago. The street fest featured musical performances throughout the day, as well as an antique/classic car and motorcycle show. Local artists, merchants, and organizations set up booths. And of course, there was your usual street fair foods highlighted by arepas, grilled foods, and...

Chicago: Retro on Roscoe Street Festival

This past weekend was also Retro On Roscoe, a local two-day street festival in Roscoe Village. While not at Lollapalooza, we stopped by Retro On Roscoe to check out the live entertainment, the various merchants and artisan vendors, the local street food, and any freebies we can find. Roscoe Village is quite a neat neighborhood....

NY JapanTown Soul Food Festival

This past Sunday, I went to the Upper East Side to explore the NY JapanTown Soul Food Festival. It’s the last installment of JapanTown’s three-part series of festivals. This Soul Food Festival highlights the local Japanese dishes or “soul food” unique to specific regions of Japan, in particular, the regional specialties of Kyushu, Japan’s southernmost...

NY JapanTown Healty Food and Green Festival

Yesterday was the NY JapanTown Health Food and Green Festival. The festival took place in Midtown, on Madison Avenue between 43rd and 45th streets. Promoting a healthy lifestyle using Japanese ingredients and cooking methods, the festival aims to enlighten New Yorkers about the many wholesome foods and flavors of Japan and how to incorporate them...

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