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Randolph Street Market, Chicago

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.7/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • It had been a couple of years since my wife and I attended the Randolph Street Market and we had always enjoyed it. We have purchased numerous items ranging from antique prints, quality furniture, fun...  read more »
  • So many wanderers this Sunday at the indoor and outdoor market. Great range of prices and items for sale. Live bands played all day and seating was available in the sun or shade to enjoy a snack and l...  read more »
  • Had a mixed experience when I visited the August 2016 show. This show is known for midcentury modern, vintage industrial, vintage clothes and accessories, and some repurposed items. It has a younger c...  read more »
  • Randolph Street Market makes its appearance once a month. The market is a combination curiosities, tat and some cool furniture. Inside you'll find jewelry, clothing and a broad array of bits and pieces.
  • Incredible experience, I would tell everyone to go once in the Summer. A lot of Hand Made Furniture and Jewelry. Some antiques, but not as many as I would have liked to see.
  • Very cool, urban antiques market. A bit expensive though.
  • Every few weekends, this building hosts an excellent vintage market with some modern crafts to round it out. And there's usually some awesome craft food selections! Sometimes you can buy a ticket to get inside on discount sites like TravelZoo.
  • I enjoy going almost every month to see the cool items people are selling throughout the summer(there is an outdoor market in the summer with more items than the clothes). Notice how I say look because many of the vendors have very high priced items which they don't mind transporting back and forth on a monthly basis. This is nothing like the shows you see on TV where people are wheeling and dealing for furniture. I understand people are trying to make money but this is a glorified flea market and most of the items have been found or salvaged. As a seller I would want to get rid of my products so I can buy new stuff to sell but you will see many of the same items throughout the summer without the prices budging. As a man I do like to go through the clothing vendors and buy some cuff links or tie bars. You can find good deals on stuff like that which is really fun. Admission is a little high at $10 but keep your eye out on Gilt City or other flash shopping sites for entrance as little as $5.
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