June 11, 2017 – 1:00-7:00pm
Lakewood’s Outdoor Food Festival
Save the Date
The 14th Annual Taste of Lakewood: June 11, 2017.
Sponsor the Taste of Lakewood
The Lakewood Chamber of Commerce invites you to join us in celebrating Lakewood’s thriving food and restaurant scene – be a part of the 2017 Taste of Lakewood! Your generous support funds our scholarship program, which awards deserving students at Lakewood High School and St. Edward High School each year.
Promote your business to thousands of social-media savvy food enthusiasts at an outdoor day-long food & music festival that celebrates what Lakewood is known for: tremendously Good Food. Click here for more information, or contact the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce at 216-226-2900.
Volunteer at the Taste of Lakewood
This year’s Taste of Lakewood will attract over 15,000 people from the region who know of Lakewood’s reputation as a great food destination. To put our best foot forward, we need a small army of volunteers to help set-up, sell tickets, pour beer, keep the event clean, keep our vendors happy, and clean up after the event!
Watch for an online volunteer signup link for the 2017 Taste of Lakewood – or contact the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce at 216-226-2900 today.
Admission to the Taste of Lakewood
Admission is free. This is a fundraiser for the Chamber of Commerce and our scholarship program, so drop something in the bucket at the beer & wine token purchase station!
ATMs near the Taste of Lakewood
There are ATMs at Citizens Bank (12222 Madison), Lakewood One Stop (13100 Madison) and at Mahall’s Twenty Lanes (13200 Madison).
How Do I Get to the Taste of Lakewood?
The Taste of Lakewood will be at the south end of Madison Park across from the Lake Erie Building. Athens Avenue which will be closed between Halstead and Clarence Avenues during the event.
Take the RTA Red Line
Exit at 117th Street, walk 1/2 mile west on Madison Avenue to Madison Park.
Take the West Side Shuffle
Ride your bike or walk
to Madison Park
Parking is limited at the event. Street parking or the parking lot at Harrison Elementary School (between Quail and Dowd Avenues, two blocks east of Madison Park) are options for those who wish to drive to the event.
Good Food Photo: Sean Swatsky Photography