Neighborhood Farmers Markets Open This Summer

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Farmers markets bring communities together and center like-minded people over healthy and homemade items. Although it’s a bustling city, Chicago finds a way to bring a more rural feel to the community. This list has a variety of Chicago’s farmers markets in different locations – you’ll love it!

Federal Plaza Farmers Market

This cute market, located in the loop, is a great spot to pick-up fresh food. With produce, foods, homemade products, and flowers, you are sure to find a local gem. Stop by and check out their inventory.

Printer’s Row City Market

This market is sure to give you a homemade feel. The market is located at W. Polk St. and S. Dearborn St. With a variety of fresh foods and Chicago-made products, you’ll find something you love.

Soar Farmers Market

This fun spot in River North is waiting for you to stop by! 21 different vendors are stationed at the market, selling goods like fresh produce. You can also see a fun culinary demonstration right from the market!

Lincoln Park Farmers Market

Located at W. Armitage Ave, this city gem makes a large community feel small. Vendors at this market have homespun products, flowers and produce that you’ll enjoy. Their outdoor stands are the perfect way to get some fresh air and take a walk in the community.

Wicker Park Farmers Market

With over 20 vendors, there is plenty at this spot to love. Pick from a bunch of homestyle, natural, and locally grown/made products. This place is also a perfect spot to buy vegan goods; over half of their vendors have vegan options.

Green City Market West Loop

This farmers market brings the community together and calls West Loop its home. Enjoy your weekend by stopping at Green City and picking up some fresh items. This spot also offers delivery, so you can have amazing goodies brought straight to you. 

Written By: Emma McVady

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