Chicago Indoor Farmers Markets.
Here’s the schedules for the indoor farmers markets this winter. Some markets are closed around the holidays so always check the website before heading out.
Green City Market: Peggy Notebaert Museum, 2430 N. Cannon Drive, Chicago; 8AM-1PM. Saturdays; November 5 through April, 2017.
Green City Market has been bringing locally and sustainably produced vegetables, fruits, meats, and artisan foods to Chicago since 1998. Growers are required to be 3rd party certified for sustainable practices.
Glenwood Sunday Market: Glenwood Bar, 6962 N. Glenwood Ave., Rogers Park; 9AM-2PM Sundays, November 6, 20 and December 11 .
Glenwood Sunday Market provides sustainable and regionally produced foods. Composed entirely of farmers and food artisans who grow and work with locally, sustainably and whenever possible, organically grown products and ingredients, all vendors are from within 200 miles of the neighborhood. The market is a food-only market. If you’d like to bring your dog they offer a “pooch valet” where volunteers will play with your pup while you shop.
Local Foods: 1427-55 W. Willow St., 312-432-6575. 10AM-8PM Daily. Local Foods is a purveyor of locally grown produce, meat and dairy. Local Foods uses over a 100 local farmers. Much of their produce is picked and delivered within 24-72 hours of your purchase. Many of their purveyors are sustainable farmers. These farms grow produce and raise animals without relying on pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or genetically modified seeds. In addition to produce they carry fresh meats butchered in house, grains, and eggs.
Logan Square Indoor Farmers Market: 2755 N. Milwaukee Ave. (the old Pierre’s Bakery building). 10AM-3PM. Sundays November 6 through March 27, 2017.
Logan Square Indoor Farmers Market offers produce grown through sustainable or organic methods, plus cheeses and baked goods. Area chefs offer prepared food to eat on the spot. This market also offers live entertainment.
61st Street Farmers Market: 61st Street between Dorchester and Blackstone avenues, Entry is on Blackstone Avenue. 9AM-2PM. Saturdays Nov 5-Apr. 8, 2017.
The 61st Street Farmers Market brings sustainably and regionally grown fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, cheeses, and bakery items to the Hyde Park and Woodlawn neighborhoods. They also offer chef demos, live music and the “Market School” series – where a weekly expert shares knowledge about food and sustainability.