What's fresh at GCM- February

Vegetables: beets, cabbage, carrots, celeriac, fennel, herbs, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, mushrooms, mustard greens, onions, parsnips, potatoes, radishes, rutabaga, sprouts, sunchokes, sweet potatoes, turnips, winter greens, winter squash 
Fruits:  apples, black walnuts, cranberries, pears
Meat/Seafood/Protein: charcuterie, chicken, duck, beef, lamb, pork, shrimp, tofu, turkey
All Season Long: artisan breads & pastries, butter, cider, cheeses, dried beans, eggs, fresh pasta, frozen soups, grains/flours, honey, hot sauce, maple syrup, pecans, pickles, popcorn, preserves, salsas, sauces, vinegars
Ready-to-eat: apple cider donuts, grilled cheese, mac & cheese, noodle bowls, omelettes, sandwiches, soup, tacos
Please note: we try to stay up-to-date with what our vendors do and don't have, but as always nature has the final word.
All products sold at the Green City Market are grown and raised using sustainable and humane methods.

Seasonal recipes

Market Skillet Pizza, by Green City Market staff

Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad by chef Sandra Holl of Floriole Bakery & Cafe at GCM's Chef Demo, 11/12/16

Upcoming events

  1. Mar 4 Saturday

    Chef Demo: Paul Caravelli / Knife&Tine

    Indoor Market

    10:30 AM–11:30 AM

    Chef Demonstrations

  2. Mar 6 Monday



    6:00 PM–9:00 PM

  3. Mar 18 Saturday

    Chef Demo: Heather Terhune / Tre Rivali

    Indoor Market

    10:30 AM–11:30 AM

    Chef Demonstrations

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Latest blog posts

  1. Chatting with a Vendor: Brian Elias

    Wednesday, February 8, 2017

    In the winter months, the ever-cheerful Brian Elias can be found selling sweet winter spinach and some of the biggest carrots we've seen at Green City Market, alongside Tomato Mountain's range of popular salsas, preserves, and other jarred products such …

  2. Chatting with a Vendor: Brian Severson

    Wednesday, January 18, 2017

    Brian and Karen Severson are small family farmers growing organic and non-GMO grains, including sweet corn, oats, wheat, popcorn, peas, soybeans and buckwheat. They also process them into various flours, rolled oats, and meals available …

  3. Elevate Your Winter Salads by Shopping Locally

    Tuesday, January 10, 2017

    By Massimo BoscoShopping locally has been important to me since I was a child. Our Italian family foraged for mushrooms, canned tomatoes from our home garden, and made our own pickles. We also shopped locally, which I still do today. It’s important …

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About the market

Green City Market is Chicago's premier farmers market connecting local farmers with the Chicago Community.

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We connect local producers and farmers to chefs, restaurateurs, food organizations and the public.

We promote a diverse range of high quality foods.

We support small family farms and promote a healthier society.

Help us continue to be the best farmers market for the Chicago community.


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Locations & hours
May through October (Outdoors)
Lincoln Park
N. Clark St & N. Lincoln Ave
Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7am–1pm
June through October (Outdoors)
West Loop, Mary Bartelme Park
115 S. Sangamon St
Saturdays, 8am–1pm
November through April (Indoors)
Peggy Notebaert Museum
2430 N. Cannon Dr.
Saturdays, 8am–1pm

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Business office
2613 W. Lawrence Avenue

Chicago, IL 60625

(773) 880-1266

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