Chicago best chefs pay tribute to Québec
What is the Poutine Fest? It is Chicago’s competition to find the best version of Canada’s popular late-night fast food favorite—crispy French fries and cheese curds covered in rich gravy. Now, are you interested?!
Sip cold beer, taste the delicious entries, and find out who will earn the title “King of Poutine” all while helping raise money for a good cause, February 21, 2016 at Chop Shop/1st Ward Events. See which of Chicago’s chefs decide to go classic, and which ones take a daring step to put a twist on the Poutine.
VIP tickets (11 a.m. entry to the fest) are $60 each, and include 3 drink tickets (pours from their amazing craft beer and cider vendors in a take-home cup), a portion of poutine from each participating restaurant, early admission to the fest and a take-home goodie bag.
General admission tickets (12:00-4:00 p.m) are $50 each and include 2 drink tickets (pours from their amazing craft beer and cider vendors in a take-home cup), a portion of poutine from each participating restaurant, and a take-home goodie bag.
Bonus: Poutine Fest is lovingly run by a couple of young women whose interests include beer, ice cream and ghosts. You can find them on Twitter: @rebeccaskoch, @sullyeats, and of course, @poutinefest if you want to find out more.