Chicago French Market
30 locals recommend ·
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This is a European style market in the train station. You have have to down from the platforms. It has some great eats and interesting snacks. Good place to get something for the train.
So many delicious foods to choose from! I especially recommend Aloha Poke. Best Poke bowl in the city. Make sure to check the hours as it's a spot for lunch and closes early.
Chicago's only European-inspired indoor market with fresh produce & specialty kiosk & especially so many wonderful grab-and-go meals! I particularly love the one named "Aloha" in which they serve you with a bowl of fresh ingredients including rice, salmon, and some vegetables. In my personal…
A fun indoor market full of anything you might need for a picnic. I usually go before a free concert at Millennium Park to fill up my picnic basket with wine, cheese and other goodies.
European-inspired indoor food market for grab-&-go meals, fresh produce & specialty kiosks.
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