Fresh flowers, summer tomatoes, bunches of kale, warm pastries, small batch nut butters—it’s all part of the bounty at Chicago farmers markets. The weekly markets bring in farmers, artisans, and local producers from all over the state. The best part is that grocery shopping can take place outside, from the Southport Low-Line to Logan Square and Daley Plaza.
Even if you’re not there to run errands, lots of markets host free yoga classes and bring in local musicians. Grab a cold brew and a donut while you spend a few hours in the park or checking out new vendors.
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