Trump Towers hosts its second farmer's market this summer, this time outside on its newly completed riverwalk. The market, which features nine booths, is the only market incorporated into the city's farmer's market community that is open past 3 p.m.
The Trump Tower Bridge-to-Bridge farmer's market, located on the Trump Tower's newly completed riverwalk, is open every Thursday through September and is the only market in Chicago open past 3 p.m. The market features nine booths, offering produce, popcorn, pasta and sandwiches.
A cook from Spencer's Jolly Posh cooks bacon and sausage for the booth's sandwich selection.
Spencer's Jolly Posh gets all of its bread from a local baker in Logan Square and offers sandwiches such as the Banger and the Full Monty, with bacon and sausage.
An employee of the Nordic Creamery explains the different varieties of cheese on display at the company's booth.
A selection of pastas from the Specialty Pasta booth at Trump Tower farmer's market. "We wanted to open up the riverwalk, and then the city decided to incorporate it into the city farmer's market community," said Caroline Michaud of Isabelli Media Relations.
Mary Nguyen Aregoni of Saigon Sisters restaurant explains the booth's sandwich options to a customer.
Fresh radishes and green onions on display at Trump Tower Bridge-to-Bridge farmer's market.
Cinnamon and sugar butter cheese from the Nordic Creamery.
Ramon Rivera and Bristol Police Department
A booth set up by a cafe inside the Trump Towers offered sandwiches during the market.