Chicago is a city that’s synonymous with great food, from deep-dish pizza to jibarito sandwiches, this is truly a foodie paradise. Now food fans have the chance to explore the city’s newest food products as well as learn about Chicago’s food history at the Chicago Food Stop pop-up.
With a premium location on north Michigan Avenue on the first floor of the John Hancock building, the Chicago Food Stop offers visitors the chance to explore a rotating collection of 40 food vendors and businesses. Pastas, baked goods, hot sauce and chocolate-covered potato chips are just some of the products that visitors can sample and purchase.
The pop-up also features a photo exhibit on Chicago food history, a life-sized replica of a CTA train for photo ops and an event space for food demonstrations. The pop-up is free and open Wednesday-Sunday and will be open through March.
Chicago Food Stop
875 N. Michigan Ave.
Open Wednesday-Saturday, 11- 7 pm and noon to 6 pm on Sundays.