The Austin company makes cold-pressed green juices ($9), just the sort of thing you’re going to need after a weekend overindulging at Lolla.
Edzo’s makes some of our favorite burgers and fries in Chicago, so you won’t go wrong with a classic cheeseburger ($7), bacon-cheddar burger ($9) or fries ($5).
We loved Gale's Root Beer Float ($5) last year, because it’s a) delicious, and b) a mess-free, portable option.
Jeni’s is serving up salty caramel, dark chocolate or lemon frozen yogurt ($5), or a chocolate hazelnut ice cream sandwich ($6).
Located in the Farmers Market area, La Boulangerie is serving baguettes ($5), croissants ($3), crepes ($5) and crognets, a hybrid croissant-beignet ($5).
Need to recharge? Grab a bottle of La Colombe’s great Pure Black Cold Brew iced coffee for $5.
For a cool treat, Peeled is serving $3 juice pops, along with smoothies and lemonade ($5).
We tried the salted caramel hot chocolate cream puff ($5) last year, and this year you can also get vanilla or honey apple goat cheese, sausage and gravy, bacon ranch mac and cheese, banana split or other flavors in the Farmers Market. There’s also a vegan option.
We’re big fans of the crackly crusted pizza at Stella Barra, and this year they’ll be serving a Quattro fromage pie ($8), pepperoni pizza ($8) and a margherita pie ($7).