Tasty Tuesday: The Taste of Andersonville Dinner Crawl

The Taste of Chicago may be over, but Chicago’s taste lives on!

The Taste of Andersonville Dinner Crawl is your latest chance to embrace your inner foodie, and it doesn’t disappoint (Could a dinner crawl ever disappoint?). The food extravaganza begins tonight at 6pm, so start making plans now.

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Attendees can choose from the vegetarian friendly Salt Route or the Pepper Route, a meat eater’s delight. Either way, you’ll get to take a bite out of the neighborhood.

Salt Route – Vegetarian Friendly
$30 in advance, $35 at the door
Dinner

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  • Noodle Zone– Pad thai tofu
  • Jerry’s– Seasonal bruschetta
  • Andersonville Brewing Co– Pretzels and house-made hot beer cheese made with Andersonville Brewing Company’s Speakeasy Saison Ale
  • Vincent– Seasonal arancini (house-made risotto balls with seasonal local vegetables)
  • Kopi Cafe– Veggie sloppy joe
  • Ranalli’s– A selection of Ranalli’s signature thin-crust pizza
  • Lady Gregory’s– Macaroni & cheese (white cheddar garlic cream with cavatappi and a garlic crumb crust)
  • Middle East Bakery– Hummus, pita bread, baba ganoush, ful medames (fava bean stew)
  • Wooden Spoon– Wood-fired pizza made in our own backyard pizza oven

 

Drinks

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  • Koval Distilleries– Samples of locally made bourbons, rye, gin, or liqueurs.

 

Dessert

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  • Candyality– Chicago’s favorite house-made caramel & cheese corn
  • Swedish Bakery– Assortment of Swedish, Butter and Fancy Cookies

 

Pepper Route
$30 in advance, $35 at the door
Dinner

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  • Fireside Restaurant– Meatloaf, BBQ pork sliders, smoked gouda mac & cheese
  • Pork Shoppe– Mini pulled pork sandwiches
  • The Coffee Studio– Smoked salmon flatbread
  • JB’s Deli– Brisket, rueben strudel, veggie wrap, pasta salad, carrot slaw
  • Summerdale– Spicy chicken slider and homemade chips
  • Andies– Baba ganoush, organic falafel, dolmades
  • Svea– A shoal of herring (sampler)
  • Giordano’s– Stuffed spinach or sausage pizza
  • Konak– Konak’s signature Chicken Chops & rice pilaf

 

Drinks

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  • Koval Distilleries– Samples of locally made bourbons, rye, gin, or liqueurs.

 

Dessert

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  • The Coffee Studio– Brand-new! House-made ice cream
  • Swedish Bakery– Assortment of Swedish, Butter and Fancy Cookies

 

Can’t decide? Get the Whole Enchilada, a package that allows you access to both routes and all the food you can manage to stuff yourself with. Tickets for the two routes are $35 at the event. The Whole Enchilada package is $55.

 

The Taste of Andersonville Dinner Crawl takes place on Tuesday, August 11 from 6pm-9pm. You can pick up tickets from the Swedish American Museum, 5211 N. Clark Street.

 

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