The 17-day Chicago Restaurant Week pageant is underway inside the Windy City and the Chicago Department of Aviation doesn’t need air vacationers to miss out.
So, via February nine, each Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) are hosting Airport Restaurant Week activities to coincide with the food fest occasions on the town.
Airport Restaurant Week is underway once more at Chicago’s O’Hare and Midway Airports now via February eight.
The in-airport meals fest brings a flavor of the citywide Chicago Restaurant Week into the airport for ticketed passengers who gets to experience cooking demonstrations in the terminals, in-store-samplings, and a huge style of giveaways and unique offers in stores and restaurants.
Passengers who stick around after the cooking demos will get to flavor the freshly-made dishes and take domestic free souvenirs, such as an Airport Restaurant Week chip clip and a recipe e book (while components last).
At O’Hare, cooking demos will take place every weekday among the hours of 10:30 a.m. and a couple of:30 p.m. The tiers are in Terminal 2 close to Gate E1, in Terminal three near Gate H3 and in Terminal 5 close to Gate M7. At Midway, the cooking demos will arise at 11 a.m. and a pair of p.m. each weekday in the fundamental food courtroom, just past the security checkpoint.
At O’Hare, take a look at the schedule for Fannie May and Godiva chocolate sampling occasions taking region at Sarah’s Candies, popcorn sampling at Nuts on Clark, and other sampling activities for smoothies, Chicago Hot Dogs, caramel apples and other treats. Many eating places and shops may also be providing reductions and present-with-purchase specials.
At Midway Airport, Airport Restaurant Week will now not only provide in-save samplings and a complete time table of cooking demos, together with beer, pizza, poke tacos, and greater, however also a sneak peek at some of the brand new eateries being unveiled as a part of a primary concessions upgrade that includes BIG & little’s and the go back of Harry Caray’s seventh Inning Stretch.