Fall at the French Market


The Chicago French Market is a must-visit destination for some fantastic fall adventures. Here, you can savor delectable dishes from over 20 local culinary stars. Plus, this fall, the French Market has some exclusive partnership offers to enhance your visit to the city.

Discover the Chicago French Market

Start your Chicago adventure at the Chicago French Market, a culinary haven where you can sample delicious fare in a casual setting. With a variety of local chefs showcasing their talents, it’s the perfect place to indulge in a wide range of flavors.

Worried about the weather? No problem! Simply hop on a train with your group and embark on a delightful French adventure. For information on trains that terminate at Ogilvie (The Market’s location on the lower level) and connecting services, check out Metra Services.

Join the eATLAS French Language Adventure

While you’re at the French Market, why not make it an all-day adventure? Take part in the eATLAS French Language Adventure, a FREE activity that immerses you in the French language and culture. By completing the adventure, you’ll automatically enter a drawing for a chance to win $100.00 in French Market gift cards. It’s a fun way to enhance your visit, and you can enjoy a delicious lunch as well. The drawing ends on December 31st, so be sure to participate.

Extend Your Day Near the Market

If you’re looking to extend your day, the Lyric Opera is just a 5-minute walk away. Currently on stage is “The Daughter of the Regiment,” a spectacular performance filled with side-splitting laughs and dazzling vocal fireworks. Use the code FRENCHMARKET to get a 20% discount on your tickets.

“The Daughter of the Regiment” features an outstanding cast, including soprano Lisette Oropesa and tenor Lawrence Brownlee, with Speranza Scappucci conducting. It’s a show that guarantees delight for a fun family outing, date night, or girls’ night out.

More details can be found on the French Market Chicago’s website.

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