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 Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber / Provided


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