Low-Line Market 2024


June 4 - October 8, 2024 3 - 7 PM

Southport brown line auxiliary exit: 3410 N Southport

The Low-Line Market is a conveniently located and carefully curated farmers market, with the goal of creating an experience where neighbors can meet and gather while having greater access to a collection of high-quality produce, proteins, flowers and artisanal foods from local farms and vendors. By providing an increased availability of local food sources within walking distance of a high traffic, residential area, the Low-Line Market aims to contribute to an increase in sustainability within our community. The Market proudly accepts Illinois LINK card users for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

2024 Vendors

  • 1902 LLC is a minority owned business; woman baker that features artisan sourdough bread and sourdough baked goods including cookies, focaccia, etc.

  • Broune Desserts is a woman-owned & local Southport business that has the fudgiest, chocalatiest brownies with flavor explosions to satisfy the chocoholic in you.

  • Banter is a 50% woman owned business. They incorporate farm fresh flavors into baked goods including scones, cinnamon rolls, jam bars, fruit fritter and fresh baked focaccia.

  • Flying Penguin Farm is committed to following sustainable practices while growing flowers, veggies, & fruit without chemical fertilizers or pesticides.

  • Laconic Foods is a woman owned business that harvests their own olives and presses their own olive oil. All products are 100% raw and unfiltered and natural.

  • Parra Farm is a woman owned business that will have fresh Flowers, Eggs, Fruits and Vegetables

  • Spicy Grrrls is owned by two women who work to create vegan, gluten-free hot sauces using natural ingredients.

  • OuroHermetica is a woman-owned business that makes Bath & Body Products, Candles, Jewelry, incense and other various related handmade items based on the magic of manifestation and intentional living..

  • Stamper Cheese Company has delicious, homemade artisanal cheeses that are smoked, aged, and ready for you to bring home!

  • Tamales Express is a family business specializing in Mexican style street food including tamales, tacos, guacamole, corn, mangoes, lemonade, vegan/gluten free pastries.

  • Stella Lily is a woman-owned business started by professional photographer Juana Ryan. She sells both her own work and other artists’ work, all handmade.

  • Moody Teas is a black, woman, lgbtq+ owned business that will sell loose leaf teas and tisanes blended to boost your mood in a variety of flavors. They also offer hot and iced teas (depending on weather).

  • Chicago Wick Stop candles represent each neighborhood and what we love (or hate) about them with a witty quip and quality product.

  • Mindful Baking is a woman-owned wholesale bakery and storefront cafe in Ravenswood, featuring 100% vegan and gluten-free baked goods, desserts, and savory foods.

  • dzough will be selling chickpea bark that is gluten free, dairy free, vegan and nut free! Imagine your favorite chocolate bark, but BETTER!

  • Onigiri Kororin introduces the delight of Japanese rice balls to Chicago: Made with perfectly cooked rice, flavorful fillings, and wrapped in crispy roasted seaweed. Perfect for eating on the go right at the market, or for stocking up for the coming days. We offer a unique cultural experience in addition to delicious food.

  • Dar Baklava is a minority-owned small business that makes healthier, handmade, premium baklava bites with high protein, low sugar, and minimal syrup (hence our slogan "No Sticky Fingers") with 80% nuts in every piece as individual snacks (50 gm) and gift boxes (450 gm).

  • Strictly Hodgepodge offers vintage jewelry and handmade jewelry made from vintage and upcycled pieces, as well as books, paper ephemera, and a hodgepodge of eccentric vintage artifacts.

  • Irene’s Finer Diner is a small business focused on the highest quality ingredients to serve our wonderful community! Baked Goods, Breads, Coffee, Prepared Foods

Become a Vendor

The Market is held on Tuesday's from 3pm-7pm June 4 - October 8, 2024, under the auxiliary exit of the Southport CTA Brown Line station (3410 N Southport).  If you are interested in becoming a vendor, learn more and fill out the application HERE 


Donations are a big help to sustain and grow our farmer’s market. Help us promote sustainability, continue to bring fresh foods to the Lakeview community and support our local farmers. Donate to Friends of Lakeview, the 501c3 non-profit that runs our market here. We appreciate anything you can give!

Be a Community Partner

While our Low-Line Market vendor booths are dedicated only to locally grown and produced food and craft vendors, our Community Partner program gives other local businesses a way to reach market-goers. Our partners support the continued existence of the Low-Line Market, which makes our neighborhood a more attractive and valuable place to live and do business. Learn more and apply HERE


The Chamber is happy to invite performers to apply for a time to entertain market goers and showcase their talent! Apply HERE to play live music at the Low Line Market.


Volunteers are needed to assist with market setup, breakdown, LINK, and managing the info tent. Helping out at the market is a great way to get involved with the community.

Sign up HERE to volunteer at the market!


Sponsoring the market is a great marketing tool for your business and shows your commitment to support access to fresh and local vendors! Learn more about sponsorship opportunities HERE

Thanks to our Sponsors