Chicago’s Foodseum

Chicago’s New Foodseum Breaks Ground,
akes History!

Chicago now has an unprecedented food museum, with a tasty title: Foodseum. Do come and learn about all this Chicago treasure will have to offer. Our speaker is Kyle Joseph, the tech savvy founder and director of Foodseum.

Learn first-hand the story behind how Kyle brought together over 100 local companies and thousands of Chicago’s great food fans to collectively build the Foodseum brand and open its first pop-up exhibit ‘The Hot Dog and Encased Meat of the World’ to national accolades. ((through Dec. 20  at Block 37–109 N. Dearborn St., 2nd floor),

Then stay tuned to hear what the future holds for Foodseum and how it plans to become Chicago’s interactive, educational center-place for all things edible.


Bio: Last year, Kyle Joseph and his team began work to launch Chicago’s first nonprofit food museum, Foodseum. Kyle, a tech entrepreneur from California, and an ardent foodie, moved to Chicago, and soon began pursuing his dream of opening a food museum. Kyle has an Electrical Engineering degree from Bradley University, a Masters in Entrepreneurship and Sales Leadership from DePaul University, and experience launching tech startups. Joining him on this journey are a staff of 14 dedicated volunteer officers and over 80 active professional volunteers working hard to deliver Chicago’s first food museum.

This program is hosted by the Culinary Historians of Chicago. To reserve, please e-mail:

Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 10:00 AM
Chicago History Museum
1601 N. Clark St., Chicago, Illinois (Directions, Parking)

Cost of the lecture program is $5, $3 for students and no charge for CHC members.