The Low Line Market!  A Southport Farmer’s Market Thursdays from 4pm-8pm

by Dave Jennings Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 1:12pm

Take the train to Southport on Thursdays and grab some awesome grub!

SSA 27 is excited to announce the inaugural summer of the Low-Line Market. Beginning on June 6, 2013 and running through October 17, 2013, you can visit the Low-Line Market every Thursday evening at the auxiliary exit of the Southport Brown Line Station. The Market will be open from 4:00pm – 8:00pm June 6th – September 5th, and 4:00pm – 7:00pm September 12th – October 17th.


The Low-Line Market is a prepared food and farmers market, with the goal of creating an experience where neighbors can meet and gatherwhile having greater access to a collection of high quality produce, prepared foods and handcrafted goods from local farms and vendors. Byproviding an increased availability of local food sources within walking distance of a high traffic, residential area the Low-Line Market aims atcontributing to an increase in sustainability within our community.

For Vendors

Interested in becoming a vendor at the Low-Line Market? Click HERE for the Market guidelines/FAQ and HERE for an application. Completedapplications should be returned to the market manager, Megan Larmer (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) no later than April 15, 2013.

For Volunteers

If you have any interest or experience in volunteering at a local farmers market, please contact Megan Larmer(.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) or call the Lakeview Chamber of Commerce at 773-472-7171.

Vendor Listing

Nordic Creamery –

C&D Family Farms –

Piedt Farms –
-Fruits and vegetables

Growing Home –

Katherine Anne Confections –

Lucilla’s Homemade –

Salted Caramel –

Defloured –

Crumb –

B True –

Street Food:
Penny Pastries –!menu/cbjt
-Market fresh sandwiches and crepes

Puffs of Doom –
-Savory puffs (Sausage and Gravy and Mac’n‘Cheese)

Phoenix Beans Tofu –
-Partnering with a local chef to provide delicious, Asian inspired, ready to eat dishes, as well as selling packaged tofu and soy milk

Bot Bakery –
-Gluten free and vegan treats (deep dish pizza, quinoa salad, kale hand pies, pasta salad and more)

Tomate Fresh Kitchen –
-Savory empanadas

Sharpening by Dave –
-Knife sharpening

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