Thursday, September 20, 2012

Get ready for the 4th annual OctoberFeast in River North, October 2

Presented by the
River North Business Association

The River North Business Association will host its fourth annual  OctoberFeast, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Tuesday, October 2.
OctoberFeast is a tasting tour of River North restaurants and bars with each venue featuring signature food and drink samplings.
Participants will start the evening with registration and appetizers at Maggiano’s Little Italy and head out to spend about 20 minutes at 5 different restaurants, ending the evening by partying at Moe’s Cantina. Moe’s is featuring an hour long open bar, more food and great music!  All this is included in the $50 ticket price.

For the first time, a limited number of VIP tickets are being offered for $65. Guests purchasing the VIP ticket will receive a $10 gift certificate to a participating restaurant and VIP attention at the After Party.

“OctoberFeast is a great way to sample a handful of restaurants you might not have ordinarily ventured into,” commented Bob Zimmerman, past RNBA President and 3-time attendee. “Everyone walks away happy and possessing the secret knowledge of a new spot to return to with friends.”

OctoberFeast registration takes place from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Maggiano’s Little Italy, 516 N. Clark. Other participating venues include 25 Degrees, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Hard Rock Cafe, Hooters, House of Blues, Italiasia(The Best of Both Worlds), Kinzie Chophouse, LaMadia, Maggiano’s Little Italy,Maxwell’s at the Club, Moe’s Cantina, Nick’s Fishmarket Grill and Bar, ParisClub, The Redhead Piano Bar, Rockit Bar & Grill, Scoozi!, Sullivan’sSteakhouse, Theory, Underground Wonder Bar, Untitled, and Wildfire.
OctoberFeast sponsors who make the evening possible include: The East Bank Club, BMO Harris Bank, Friedman Properties and David Kover and Associates.  Tickets are available on-line at or by calling the River North Business Association at 312-645-1047.

River North Association represents more than 325 businesses in the area bounded by the Chicago River to the south and west, Division on the north and Wabash on the east. The area boasts the highest concentration of restaurants and entertainment venues and the largest number of art galleries in the city and is Chicago's most exciting neighborhood to live, work, shop, dine and play.  For information, contact RNBA at 312-645-1047 or visit


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