Daley Serves Up Goose Island Proposal

Mayor proposes three-year deal between city, local brewery for summer concert season

Saturday, May 7, 2011  |  Updated 12:07 PM CDT
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The next time you attend a concert at Millennium Park, you might be served food and drink from Chicago's very own Goose Island.

Mayor Richard Daley proposed a three-year deal between the brewery and the city during his final council meeting earlier this week.

The deal calls for the Chicago-based company to sell sandwiches, platters, beer and wine from a large tent at the East end of the Pritzker Pavilion.

It would operate during the summer concert season, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.  The city gets a cut of the revenue of course.

Goose Island now awaits council approval.

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