The Chicago French Market is uniquely located to allow for quick stops before during and after work in the West Loop. That makes it great for quick snacks, lunch, or last-minute dinner ingredients.
Though the location is good, the Chicago French Market is not a place one would normally expect to buy gifts. Except for the occasional host gift such as wine, chocolate, or soap, the Chicago French Market simply is not a destination for meaningful and sentimental gifts. Until now.
On weekdays from November 26 to December 21 between 8am and 6:30pm the Chicago French Market will host Marché de Noël. Marché de Noël is a Christmas street market tradition that goes back to Late Middle Ages Europe. The Chicago French Market’s version will have a rotating roster of artisans selling gifts you’ll be proud to give friends and family.
Items included are jewelry, toys and other gifts suitable for children, artwork including photographs, and more. In addition, the regular Chicago French Market vendors will have special holiday items in time for seasonal gatherings.
Marché de Noël at the Chicago French Market may mean being able to get thoughtful gifts for everyone on your list without the stress that is usual during the holiday season.