Chicago's summer street festivals have a ton of different themes, ranging from Guinness and oysters, ribs, music festivals, and of course, burgers. The Roscoe Village Burger Fest is still going strong after six years, and as Chicago's current AHT correspondent, I had to check it out last weekend. You know, so I can maintain my burger street cred and all. This year we had 14 restaurants slinging beef at a very happy sun-drenched crowd who were happy to eat up every little bite. So kick back, relax, and enjoy the slideshow!
About the author: After a failed attempt at starting a chain of theme restaurants called "Smellen Keller," Dennis Lee traveled the world to discover his true passion. Sadly, midwifery didn't pan out. Now he works in a cubicle, and screws around as much as possible. Follow his shenanigans on Twitter.