Flea/ Street Markets in Chicago

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Flea & Street Markets in Chicago

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  • liverpool1023
    London, UK752 contributions
    You almost come across this place by chance and it has all the characteristics of being a hidden gem. There are around 20 food stalls here that are notable for their quality and diverse range of food on offer that includes Italian, Korean, Vietnamese a Kosher deli and Ethiopian. Grab a meal and find some seating at the back, seems to be one the locals know about but the tourists do not.
    Written 9 March 2020
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  • zracoon
    Sandy, UT566 contributions
    We visited and had breakfast at the market on a rainy Saturday, of tamales, a cheesy breakfast sandwich, a cinnamon roll, and a whole bunch of other free samples. Everyone was super friendly, good quality produce and food, and lots of cute dogs.
    Written 1 October 2019
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  • Lori C
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Usa11 contributions
    I live in Milwaukee, long drive so slow with traffic! I don't know how people that live around there can deal with the traffic! Mix of old and new and things re-crafted? not to many vendors as I went in Dec and it's an indoor market only. I hear it's crazy in summer as there are many more vendors taking up the entire parking lot. I collect vintage Christmas and Jewelry and did find a few things
    Written 11 February 2020
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  • Jwkruz
    Downers Grove, IL184 contributions
    We stopped by to see how it had transformed since UIC had taken over its original location. It's a lot of food stalls (Mexican food) and the rest of the vendors are selling flea market junk. The Randolph St market would be a much better alternative.
    Written 3 September 2019
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  • jgbtravels
    Louisville, KY2,571 contributions
    This place is the king of mid century finds. Truly a gem in Chicago. There’s a lot of cool stuff here, however, bargains are hard to come by. Still it’s a great place to browse and marvel at these finds. Staff is friendly and it’s well maintained compared to other antique malls we have been to. It’s metered street parking on Broadway and close in on the side streets. On the plus side you are less than a block away from Ann Sather’s on Granville. Think cinnamon rolls to die for.
    Written 25 May 2021
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  • SRCML
    Chicago, IL139 contributions
    Just got home from this great market. There's the obvious suspects of fruit, veg, flowers and then there's cheese, salami's, breads, a grilled cheese vendor and a tamale and crepe stand. Loved this experience and will return.
    Written 23 August 2016
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