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After a hit debut in December, the trendy night market Fête has just announced its return to the two-floor West Loop venue Room 1520 in April. This time, it doesn't stop after the closing time on Thursday; the market includes tastings, tours and chit chats all weekend long.
It starts Thursday, April 4, 5:30-10PM by eating, drinking and shopping with 40 local vendors including ceramicist Susan Dwyer of Up in the Air Somewhere, Kaisa Dille with her flower boxes, restaurants Trenchermen, La Sirena Clandestina, InterUrban Cafe, and wordsmiths Proximity Magazine and City Lit, among others. The first floor is reserved for the non-food vendors, while upstairs is where to find the noshables. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, come back for the tours, tastings and talks. The full schedule can be found on the Fete site.
· All Fête Coverage [Racked]
· Fête [Official Site]