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Market Series: Logan Square Farmers’ Market is an Artisanal Food Court

Logan Square Farmers' Market

 

The Logan Square Farmers’ Market is one of the markets I visit the most, primarily because it is a few blocks from my apartment, but also because it makes for a great Sunday ritual. Once the market begins its outdoor season, I spend just about every Sunday there, meandering up and down the crowded street and grassy sanctum. What I really love about it is the fantastic mix of produce and meat vendors, along with those hawking all sorts of knick knacks and provisions. Then there’s the prepared foods. Logan Square Farmers’ Market is unrivaled in its prepared foods department, with enough food and drink to constitute an artisanal food court.

This past weekend marked Logan Square’s market debut, and boy did customers come out in droves. Pathways were packed at mosh pit capacity as families, couples, and dogs wove from vendor to vendor (the dogs weren’t shopping I don’t think). My Sunday tradition is to swing by…

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(Logan Square Farmers’ Market. Photo: Matt Kirouac)