Cooler weather doesn’t have to mean the end of farmers’ markets and eating fresh and local. Hit these year-round markets around Chicago throughout the fall and winter to continue eating your favorite in-season foods and supporting local businesses.
The market in Logan Square is one of Chicago’s most well known and well attended. It’s on every Sunday through October 30th on Logan Boulevard but moves inside for the winter on North Milwaukee Avenue and Spaulding. Enjoy it as Chicago’s only weekly winter market from 10am to 3pm.
Note: Logan Farmers Market will be open on 12/22, from 3-8pm for everyone to load up for the holidays and break.
Outdoor location: 3107 W Logan Blvd, Chicago, IL, USA
Indoor location: 2755 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL, USA
Every Sunday morning in Rogers Park, the Glenwood Sunday Market at Morse Red Line station has all your farmers’ market needs covered. Through October 30th, enjoy the weekly spread of fresh treats and ingredients along Glenwood Avenue in the shadow of the train tracks. And on November 6th and 20th and December 11th, visit the same vendors indoors at the neighboring Glenwood Bar. Come any time between 9am and 2pm to stock up for the week.
Indoor location: 6962 N Glenwood Ave, Chicago, IL, USA