Hot Dog Fest = Perfect Sunday
To celebrate our city’s favorite food, the hot dog, the Chicago History Museum is hosting the first annual Chicago Hot Dog Fest!
Featuring more than eight different takes on the American hot dog, this is Chicago’s newest summer fest and a great opportunity to explorer variations of our treasured
summer year-round staple. Paired with live music, games, and a cash bar, you won’t find a bottle of ketchup in sight*.
And while we fill our bellies with frankfurters, Bruce Kraig and Patty Carroll, authors of Man Bites Dog, will fill our minds during a talk on the hot dog culture in America. Tasty food and delicious knowledge, now that’s the Chicago-style.
Bonus: The first 100 guests receive free food tickets.
Sunday, August 11th
11:00am - 3:00pm
*This is unverified… And because kids will be there, most likely incorrect, but I can hope.