4 Unique Markets to Enjoy this Summer in Chicago

Randolph Street Market

Maxwell Street Market

Happening every Sunday year round, Maxwell Street Market is where you need to go if you want to do some serious shopping and bargain hunting. Offering everything from tires to rare collectibles and some of the best Mexican and Latin street food in Chicago, this market is a must for everyone to experience.

City Market at Daley Plaza

Happening every Thursday through October the City Market at Daley Plaza (50 W. Washington St.) is considered one of the longest-running farmers markets in Chicago. Centered in the heart of the Loop, you can mix and mingle with all walks of life as they eat lunch and socialize near the iconic Picasso statue.

Green City Market

This year round, sustainable farmers market is the first of its kind in Chicago. They provide a marketplace that showcases sustainably- grown food and help connect the farmers and producers to local chefs and the Chicago community. In addition to food vendors, they also have educational programs that include chef demos and gardening tips. Schedule, times, locations (indoor/outdoor) available here.

Randolph Street Market

This monthly market makes other markets look boring in comparison. With over 300 vendors, this unique indoor/outdoor market features food, drinks, art, fashion, and furniture. With items hidden in every nook and cranny, you’re sure to stumble upon your new favorite piece. Details here.

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