Randolph Street MarketMonthly (and even weekly) markets can be found throughout the city these days, but there was a time when Randolph Street Market was...
By Kevin Aeh|
Randolph Street Market Monthly (and even weekly) markets can be found throughout the city these days, but there was a time when Randolph Street Market was one of the only big players in the game. Ten years since its launch, the market sets itself apart with one word: variety. There's something for everyone at this European-style market (with monthly indoor-outdoor dates May through September and indoor-only markets the rest of the year). We're talking furnishings, vintage clothing, jewelry, collectibles and more in booths separated into categories within the market: Chicago Antique Market, Indie Designer Market and Modern Vintage. But that’s not all: Randolph Street Market (located in the parking lot of the Plumbing Industry Center and the Chicago Journeymen Plumbing building) is also home to a holiday market, a vinyl swap meet, a fancy-food market and a global-goods bazaar. Other nominees Argyle Night Market, Dose, Vintage Garage, Vintage Bazaar