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Take a Bite out of the City at Chicago’s Farmers’ Markets

Chicago’s many farmers’ markets run from May through October. That gives you time to grab cheap tickets to Chicago and check out some of the city’s best produce.

This capital of the Midwest has been one of the biggest spots for the resurgence of farmers’ markets and local food movements in America. You can hit markets every day of the week except Mondays and Fridays. Saturday markets offer the most choices. What better way to take advantage of cheap flights to Chicago than by sampling some of Illinois’s most delicious local products.

There are markets in almost every neighborhood of this city of nearly nine million people. You can find everything from fruits and veggies to flower bouquets and ready-made snacks. Bring home fresh ingredients for your own cooking or sample some tasty products right at the markets. After trying out this vibrant market scene, you’ll be tempted to book flights to Chicago every summer. Some venues, like the Jefferson Park Sunday Market, specialize in certified organic products. If you can find cheap airfare tickets to the city in time to visit by October, you’ll still get to enjoy the end-of-season broccoli, lettuce, onion and tomatoes, and you’ll be just in time for cauliflower, winter squash and cabbage. If your plane tickets are for November, you’ll get the freshest turnips, apples, leeks, sweet potatoes and pears.

Find competitive airfares and save money for splurging on Chicago’s greens and goodies. Besides freshness, you’ll also find variety at Chicago’s markets - the City Farm Market Stand, for example, sells over 30 kinds of tomatoes. The Bronzeville and Andersonville Markets sell items as diverse as cheeses, honey and local wines. Visiting some of the farmers’ markets will also keep you in perfect locations to visit more of Chicago’s attractions and get more out of cheap airfares. The 61st Street Farmers’ Market is between Jackson Park and Midway Plaisance Park, and the Hyde Park Farmers’ Market is just a stroll from the waterfront. The Museum of Contemporary Art is close to the Division Street Farmers’ Market off Division and Lasalle Streets. Chicago’s Downtown Farmstand is one of the markets situated closest to the heart of the downtown area. It offers fun and uniquely urban products like Chicago’s Rooftop Honey.

The Chicago farmers’ markets are an excellent way to experience the city’s famed hospitality. Feel free to ask vendors for some tasty recipes and suggestions. You’ll be glad you found your cheap tickets to Chicago once you have a delicious day at the markets.

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