We have a pretty good idea where many Chicagoans will be spending their lunch hours this week.
Thursday through Saturday, a temporary Target store called the Bullseye Bazaar will pop up at 455 N. Michigan Ave.
The retail giant is going for a boutique feel, presenting a selection of merchandise found, and soon-to-be-found, in its stores.
The Bullseye Bazaar will also offer a sneak peek at new spring and summer items, as well as the new "Tracy Feith for Target" clothing collection.
The store will be open between 10 a.m and 8 p.m.
Insider Info: You may find yourself asking, "Why the heck is Target doing this?" Target has stayed away from the bustling downtown Chicago area, but that doesn't mean they don't want the customers. This three-day pop-up will generate tons of marketing buzz and show off Target's hip wares, and perhaps persuade more shoppers to visit the South Loop or Addison locations.
Andrea Cordts is a contributing writer for TheChiGuide.com.