These Communal Food Halls Bring Together Chicago’s Best Restaurantson March 6, 2020 at 4:02 pm

If you’re looking for variety or can never make up your mind about what to eat, food halls are a great option. Luckily, Chicago has some of the best food halls around that bring together local favorites and popular classics.

Revival Hall
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Revival Food Hall | 125 South Clark Street

This 24,000 square foot Chicago food hall hosts some well-known favorites like Antique Taco, Furious Spoon, The Fat Shallot and Hot Chocolate Bakery.

Aster Hall
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Aster Hall | 900 North Michigan Avenue

Located in the 900 North Michigan shops, Aster Hall has 12 food vendors that offer an upscale dining experience.

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Chicago French Market | 131 North Clinton Street

With 29 stalls offering European-inspired food options like crepes and seafood, Chicago French Market is here to stay. The seating and vibe inside the food hall is reminiscent of a Parisian street cafe.

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Wells Street Market | 205 West Wacker Drive #100

Located steps from the Chicago Riverwalk, Wells Street Market has something for everyone. From sushi to donuts, everyone can find something here.

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Foodlife | 835 North Michigan Avenue

This urban food hall located in Water Tower Place focuses on healthier options with 14 distinct kitchens serving soups, salads and tasty cafe items.

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Latinicity | 108 North State Street

If you want to feel like you’ve traveled to Latin America, you don’t have to go as far as you think. Latinicity features 8 innovative food, coffee, and bar stations that bring the vibrant and colorful culture of Latin America to Chicago.

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Forum 55 | 55 East Monroe Street

Hosting local women and minority-owned food businesses as rotating vendors, Forum 55 provides some great breakfast and lunch options in the Loop.

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Politan Row | 111 North Aberdeen Street

Offering the culinary curious crowd a place to find new and thoughtfully curated food and drinks. Politan Row invites and inspires community and conversation in its design-forward dining space.

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Hayden Hall | 333 South Wabash Avenue

Celebrating Chicago’s rich culinary history is the objective of Hayden Hall with local Chicago favorites like Ada St., Great Lake Meat Co., and Sophia Wine Bar.

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3 Greens Market | 354 West Hubbard Street

Offering a diverse assortment of food and beverage options, 3 Greens Market boasts an 18-foot fresh salad bar as one of the best Chicago food halls. 

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