Chicago’s Farmer’s Markets: Just because you’re on Vacay Doesn’t Mean You Skip Your Fruits & Veggies
While Chicago may be a hub of urban industry, we don’t forget our farming roots. Our location in the center of the Midwest, the farm country, AKA America’s bread basket, provides Chicago with loads of local, fresh produce and some pretty rocking farmer’s markets. Not only does Chicago have a plethora of markets, but each is unique and fills a certain niche. Here are some of Chicago’s farmer’s markets and the typical Chicagoan you will find there:
Families and (Mostly) Normal Folk.
The Wicker Park on Damen Ave. & Wicker Park Ave. Saturdays June 2 – October 27, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Green City Market
“Bring the kids
and say hi to Rick Bayless”
Near Clark St. & Diversey Pkwy. Wednesdays & Saturdays, May 4 – October 26, 7am. – 1 pm.
The Hippest and Most Crepe-Saturated of All
Logan Blvd. & Albany Ave. Sundays May 19 – October 27, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
“I’m on my lunch break. Please God don’t make me go back to work.”
Adams St. & Dearborn St. Tuesdays, May 21- October 31, 7am – 3pm.
Daley Plaza on Washington & Dearborn
“I’m on my lunch break, but at least there is a fountain and some music.”
Washington St. & Dearborn St. Thursdays, May 16 – October 31, 7am – 3pm.