We've Got The Lowdown On This Weekend's Taste Of Cincinnati

May 20, 2015

Taste of Cincinnati brings an estimated half-million people downtown over Memorial Day Weekend.
Credit Provided, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber

    

It'’s difficult to remember, and hard to image now, the first Taste of Cincinnati in 1979 lasted one day, and attracted 5,000 people. Today, the nation’'s longest-running culinary arts festival is three days long and brings an estimated 500,000 people downtown to experience the food, drink, and entertainment of Cincinnati. Joining us for a rundown on this weekend’'s Taste of Cincinnati are Rich Walburg, communications director with the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber; Chuck Huckabee from Market Street Grille, a 2015 multiple Best of Taste winner; and, comedian Josh Sneed, who is coordinator for Taste of Cincinnati's Taste of Comedy.

Taste of Cincinnati is held on 5 blocks of Fifth Street, between Vine Street and Sentinel Street.

Festival Hours:

Saturday, May 23, 2015, 11am - Midnight

Sunday, May 24, 2015, 11 am - Midnight

Monday, May 25, 11am to 9 pm