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Chicago French Market
Today 7:00 am – 7:30 pm
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131 N Clinton St Chicago, IL 60661
131 North Clinton StreetUSIllinoisChicago60661
MarketToday 7:00 am – 7:30 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmThursday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmFriday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmSaturday 8:30 am – 5:30 pmSunday Closed
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European-inspired indoor food market for grab-&-go meals, fresh produce & specialty kiosks.- Google
"Peanut butter and apricot crepes are fantastic."
"Like the variety they have...fresh veggies n fruits as well."
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Marc-Louis Paprzyca
a month ago
Really cool lunch spot with options for everyone. The French Market has sandwiches, seafood, sushi, bbq and plenty of sweets. It's a really good place to go if your lunch group has different tastes. Seating is at a minimum but it doesn't take that long for people to get up. Great if you don't know what you want to eat or other people can't agree.
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Dina Allam
4 months ago
The French Market is like a little slice of Europe in Chicago. There are a bunch of vendors offering hard-to-find gourmet food items (in the US/Chicago), like fine chocolates, cheeses and French macaroons all under one roof. It's kind of a hidden gem in the Loop!
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Heather Payne
10 months ago
In theory, fantastic just not positive it's what I had envisioned. I was there extremely early one morning and not all of the shops were open yet so I do feel like I have to give it another shot. I went specifically for these specialty doughnuts I had read about online. I ordered two dozen to bring into the office. Foolishly, I didn't ask ahead of time how much and almost fell over when I went to pay and they said $75. FOR DOUGHNUTS!?!?! They were not $75 good, but the overall look and layout and variety of vendors was very reminiscent of my time in Paris. I definitely want to go back and update this review after I've had a full experience.
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Andy Leon
11 months ago
This is a great lunch spot to come with coworkers who are in the mood for different types of food. I've yet to be disappointed by anything which speaks volumes towards how vendors must be selected and chosen to operate here. Prices are higher than I'd prefer across the board but it's a great market for both eating and shopping.
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Jeff Key
a month ago
Interesting selection of food choices. Unfortunately it seems they raised booth rates at EOY, as a number of good vendors left and few have been replaced.
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Aimee Dewante
a month ago
Coming to the French Market is like going on a very short vacation. There's quite a large variety of vendors with fruit, meat, pastries, crepes, candies, and more. Lots of fun to explore.
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Todor Krecu
3 months ago
There are about 30 food vendors offering everything from Vietnamese to French crepes, Indian to Italian Meatballs, Sushi to donuts. There is something for everyone.
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Tony Buck
10 months ago
In a space that was dead, a French Market has emerged. There are food stands, a grocer, Bello Tea, a flower shop and pastries here. I work across the street from this place, but if i am going there for lunch, I either go early or late, because its usually very crowded. Where else can you go and have so many choices of food, plus French music in the background. Plus it so convenient to grab something for dinner because i forgot to take something out of the freezer. Prices could be better, but for me it is worth it for the convenience and variety.
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