Logan Square Farmers Market

The Logan Square Farmers Market is operated by the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce. Outdoor Markets are held from 10AM to 3PM every Sunday from mid-May thru October, on the south side of Logan Boulevard, just east of Milwaukee Avenue and our historic Square, about 5 miles northwest of the Chicago Loop. (We're a block southeast of the Blue Line subway Logan Square stop.) In November and through March the Market moves indoors, and operates from 10 AM to 2 PM on Sundays in the lobby of the Congress Theater, a circa 1920s movie palace, at 2135 N. Milwaukee Avenue.

Outdoors, more than forty Market vendors from Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan provide locally raised seasonal fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers and honey, meat, fish, eggs, poultry, and cheese, all produced using sustainable or organic production methods. Our prepared foods vendors offer beverages, sandwiches, barbeque, salads, and baked goods, made on the spot or nearby using high quality ingredients from local producers, including the farmers at the Market.

Our Market has often been called "the best in Chicago" due to the variety and quality of the agricultural products for sale and its attractive location on one of Chicago's historic boulevards.


Listing last updated on Mar 4, 2013

Schedule and Location:

Outdoors, mid-May thru October, on the south side of Logan Boulevard, just east of Milwaukee Avenue and Logan Square. Every Sunday from 11am to 3pm. (For GPS, use 3107 W Logan Boulevard.)

Indoors, November through March, Sundays 10 AM to 2 PM, in the lobby of the Congress Theater, 2135 N. Milwaukee Ave.

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I love the atmosphere and the the live performances. The Logan Square Farmer's Market feels different from other markets, and they have great vendors!

They have a great selection of organic produce, bakery goods, and flowers. I think the farmer's market in Logan Square really benefits the neighborhood and brings together the community.

It's local, the food is great and I get to mingle with my neighbors. My 3 year old son always looks forward to Sundays at the market.

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