Edgewater premieres new farmers market at Broadway Armory lot each Monday thru June

Sat. May 29, 2021 10:53 AM by Gerald Farinas

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“Fresh local goods,” Edgewater Monday Market promises for each Monday afternoon from 3 to 7 p.m., June 7 to 28.

“The market will provide the finest quality meats, fruits and vegetables, fresh pastries, and a tasty selection of prepared foods at The Broadway Armory parking lot, 5917 N. Broadway.

The Edgewater Chamber of Commerce says the new market will feature 16 local vendors and hopes to appeal to “a commuter audience on their way home from work or as they make their way to the beach.”

They also want neighborhood residents to round out their normal grocery shopping by patronizing local businesses.

“Bringing the market back is an exciting moment in the community's reopening, as we begin to slowly emerge from the shadow of COVID-19 but it is also being done in a safe and secure way,” the Chamber says. “Vendors' tables will be properly spaced, and queues will be clearly designated. All COVID-19 safety precautions will be closely monitored and followed by all at this event.”

Vendors

Angela's Ginger Juice Anticonquista Café—Roasted coffee beans and bottled cold brew all sourced from co-owner and co-founder Elmer Fajardo Pacheco's family farm in Guatemala, then roasted at their West Town shared kitchen space in Chicago.

Blaque Millenium Kitchens

Cake Ecstasy

Created by Christina—Beads, biscotti, and bonbons; and artisan beads for jewelry.

Farmer Nick's—All natural pork, beef, chicken, and eggs from Nick's Michigan farm direct to Edgewater.

Global Garden Farm—From a vacant in Albany Park now used by over 100 refugee families who grow vegetables for the city market.

Honey Works

Jillicious Dishes

Luciana's Kitchen—Authentic Argentinian cuisine featuring a specialty of empanadas.

Parra Farms

Ruca Foods

Sunrise Topiaries

Tamales Express—Mexican style street food including tamales, tacos, guacamole, elotes, and more.

That Pickle Guy—Pickled vegetables using old world techniques.

The Urban Canopy
 

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