Where to start? Farmers Markets and French Markets have popped up in many locations in the last decade. The city has them and the suburbs have them. Some are known for their homemade crafts, others for antiques, but the Wheaton French Market has got to be one of the best for food, a topic close to my heart. The Wheaton Market is located right on the train tracks in downtownWheaton. An easy walk from either the College Avenue Metra Station or the Wheaton Metra Station. From theCollege Ave location the Prairie Path provides a scenic and direct route.
It was a gorgeous day for one of the last markets of the year. It runs through November 5th so you still have two more weekends to get there.
Pictures are worth a thousand words so enjoy the tour…
Homemade Cake Donuts
A bounty of Michigan fruit
Coffeeeeee! (samples and whole cups)
Locally Harvested Honey
Apples and Mushrooms
Freshly Baked Bread
Cinnamon Rolls and Croissants
And a wedding party!!?
Now that’s creative photography…everyone loves the Wheaton Market and you will too. Catch it while you can in the next two weeks because it won’t be back until next Spring! Saturdays 8am – 2pm until November 5th.