Help 'Taste of Morton Grove' Toast 25 Years

Come on out Thursday to this delicious event, featuring food from top local restaurants, have fun and help support 24 local charities.


The annual Taste of Morton Grove is reaching a milestone this year--it's 25th anniversary. 

A silver anniversary is a good reason to grab some silverware Thursday and dig in to the delicious food, offered by a wide variety of local restaurants. 

Retaurants include:

  • Catered by Design
  • China Chef
  • Father & son Italian Kitchen
  • Giordano’s
  • Graziano’s
  • Maier’s Bakery
  • Morton Grove Firefighters' Chili
  • Wa Pa Ghetti’s
  • White Eagle
  • Culvers
  • Dairy Queen
  • Orchard Village
  • Sri Siam
  • Unimart
  • Kappy’s 
  • Maggiano's
  • PinStripes

You can also donate items to the Silent Auction by calling Mike Simkins at (847) 965-2500 or Ron Lundin at (847) 965-4200. Suggestions include sports memorabilia, dinners, entertainment packages, services, gift cards and gift baskets. 


What: Taste of Morton Grove

When: Thursday, March 7 from 5:30 to ?? p.m.

Where: White Eagle Banquets, 6839 N. Milwaukee Ave., Niles.

Why: To raise funds for 24 local charities (see .pdf of poster attached to this article.

Cost: $30 in advance, $40 at the door. Contact Eileen Harford at (847) 470-8505 for tickets. Tickets are also available at both MB Financial locations in Morton Grove, Inland Bank and the Morton Grove fire station on Lincoln Avenue. 

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Jim Karp March 07, 2013 at 01:28 PM
Tonights the night--Thursday March 7th Great Food Great causes Great Time-------let's pack the Place!!


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