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Time Out Market Chicago will close temporarily beginning March 16

Time Out Market Chicago will close temporarily beginning March 16
Time Out Market Chicago

Chicago, your safety means the world to us. That’s why, in addition to changing our logo and shifting our mission, we’re temporarily closing Time Out Market Chicago. The market will remain closed for as long as required to fully support the city’s efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus.

Our staff and our guests are just too important for us not to be cautious. We’ll be closing after dinner service on Sunday, March 15, and we’ll be sure to let you know as soon as we’re back up and running again.

“These are unprecedented times and nothing matters more than the health and safety of our guests, teams, concessionaires and the local community as a whole,” says Didier Souillat, CEO of Time Out Market. “We have decided to temporarily close as it is our responsibility to do our part to protect everybody—we are looking forward to reopening when it is safe and to once again welcome guests to Time Out Market.”

Time Out Market Chicago is home to 18 amazing chef vendors, and we encourage you to support them however you can during this uncertain time. Order delivery from Arami, The Art of Pizza, ubanbelly, Dos Urban Cantina, The Duck Inn, FARE, Mini Mott, Pretty Cool, Split-Rail and HaiSous. Purchase Abe Conlon’s amazing cookbook, The Adventures of Fat Rice. You can even buy gift cards for spots like Band of Bohemia, Entente, El Che Steakhouse & Bar, Lost Larson and The Purple Pig.

We look forward to dining with you again soon, Chicago.

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