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Chicago French Market, Chicago

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4.1/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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  • For years I have wondered where the stairs between the Tracks at Ogilvie Station went....well they go down to this remarkable market filled with bakeries, food booths, and candy creations! There are t...  read more »
  • One of my favorite lunch spots in the Loop! Lots of variety to choose from, although it does get super packed at lunch time. The line for Aloha Poke is always ridiculous at noon -- it's almost impossi...  read more »
  • Came here for lunch, right at noon on a weekday, so of course it was packed and full of lines! Walking around, there are a lot of different foods to choose from such as cheese, chocolate truffles, Asi...  read more »
  • Love this place. It's keep renewing with new stores coming in and others coming or every time I visit the place. Some "anchor" places are Fumare Pastrami sandwich yummy!, Pastoral, the Mexican food place, Saigon sisters and Frieketoken among others. Go and check for yourself I don't think you'll be disappointed.
  • So much good stuff in the French Market. Tasty food, candies, cakes, drinks, and all manner of noms (as well as some cool inedible things too). If you're bringing a stroller, come early afternoon or early morning, and avoid it fridays or during the lunch rush. Hard to navigate with all the people.
  • I really enjoy the ambiance of this place, bustling with activity and so many food options. Great for a quick grab when heading for the train or a nice spot to sit a while and enjoy with friends.
  • Huge variety of local restaurants have food stalls here. Pastoral, Fumare, LillieQ, Aloha Poke, Saigon Sisters, Klay Oven, and a good amount of vegetarian/vegan/raw stuff. It gets VERY busy during the weekday lunch hour. There is never enough seating, so do not try and go with a large group. This is primary a take away place.
  • One of my favorite places to grab lunch during the work week. So many different options and every thing is always fresh and tasty. A little pricey sometimes but worth it.
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