Division Street Farmers Market

30 W Division St Chicago

Best Farmers' Markets in Chicago/Division Street Farmers Market
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The Division Street Farmers' Market isn't the biggest market in town, but many people claim that the quaintness is part of its charm. This weekly market offers two blocks of fresh produce, friendly vendors, lots of positive energy. Prices are stated to be reasonable for the quality and quantity available. Every Saturday, visitors can find locally grown fruits and vegetables, homemade baked goods like crepes and fudge, and live music. Another special feature is the flower market with plants that originate from Wisconsin-based specialty farms. After shopping, many folks head to Rush Street to enjoy the open-aired bars and restaurants that are lively on a Saturday afternoon. Visitors information: The Division Street Farmers' Market is held on Saturdays from May 11 through October 26. Opening hours are from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. This market accepts credit cards and Link/SNAP & Link Match. Leashed dogs are welcome.

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