Our Best Local Palatine Farmers Market Along with Buffalo Grove: Fresh, Locally Grown Food

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Summer is winding down, but there is still plenty of time to check out our local farmers markets here in Palatine and our neighbors in Buffalo Grove. Fresh, local produce is a great way to support the local community, as well as buy handcrafted goods and communicate with the people who grow and take care of our food. It feels good knowing where it all came from!

We want to highlight these awesome farmers and vendors for our residents and let them know about local happenings. Here are two of the best local markets to enjoy.

 

Palatine Farmers Market 

Palatine Farmers’ Market for Covid restrictions.

Details – 

  • Every Saturday at Palatine Train Station Parking Lot (east of the Train Station)

  • May – October

  • 7 am – 1 pm

Marg Duer is the contact for the market, at (847) 894-0007 

Or visit the Palatine Sister Cities Website or the Palatine Farmers’ Market Website.

  • Seasonal vegetables and fruit are locally grown 

  • Organic and naturally grown vegetables and flowers

  • Fresh meats, eggs, and fish

  • Hand-crafted cheese, a great variety of syrups, honey, salsas, jellies, dressing, soups, sauces, and spreads 

  • Fresh-baked bread, and other goods

  • Sweet and savory foods, coffee, and other treats

  • Natural bath and body products 

  • Homemade pet treats and products

 

2021 Winter Farmers’ Market

  • 1st and 3rd Saturdays at the Palatine Train Station

  • November through April

  • 10 a.m. to Noon

 

Buffalo Grove Farmers Market

Lake Bluff Village Green

Facebook Page

Sundays June 13 – October 10, 8 AM – 12:30 PM

This awesome, traditional-style market showcases locally-grown fruits, veggies, meats, poultry, artisan cheeses, dairy, flowers, coffee and tea, honey, salsas, dips, pastries, and even donuts made on-site.

Fresh and local fruits, vegetables, meats, and other food products and related services are available.

Enjoy Sunday morning ready-to-eat breakfast items and gourmet coffee!

 

Along with these two wonderful markets, there are others spread around the Chicago area. So if neither of these works for you, please check out the other amazing markets in the area.

A more general list of farmers markets in the area is found here.

The Chicago Tribune also put together a searchable map of farmer’s markets in the Chicago area.

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