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Chicago Botanic Garden Farmer's Market
First and third Sundays of the month from May until October (9 a.m. to 3 p.m.) Gather seasonal produce, flowers, herbs, and other local, sustainable products at this bimonthly Garden event that is held rain or shine. Talk with vendors and sample fresh fare. Visitors may purchase a special market bag from the Garden Shop to carry their purchases home. Free admission; $25 per car (includes tax) .
Chicago Botanic Gardens Farmers' Market
The Garden welcomes local, sustainable farmers and producers to this public farmers' market on the first and third Sundays of the month from June through October. Admission to the market is free to Garden visitors and will be held rain or shine. Visitors may purchase a special market bag from the Garden Shop to carry their purchases home.
Downtown Highland Park
The vibrant downtown Highland Park district contains an upscale outdoor shopping destination filled with unique boutiques, jewelry stores, home decor shops, amazing restaurants, and businesses catering to beauty and personal care.
Visit this store and find the latest runway looks, sought-after in-season styles, from real designer names you know. These are the same labels you'll find in the finest department stores, but at Loehmann's they are 30-65% less. Real designers really discounted. Their staff can help you find the perfect outfit for every occasion for the whole family.
My Kind of Town Tours & Events
This company offers group cultural and educational tours. Reservations are required.
Located in the heart of Chicago's affluent North Shore, Northbrook Court is home to a powerful anchor alignment: Neiman Marcus, Macy's, Lord & Taylor and a free-standing, 36,000 square foot Crate & Barrel Home Store. Also featuring BCBGMAXAZRIA, Cole Haan, CUSP, Tommy Bahama's, Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, Burberry and Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa. Dining and entertainment options include P.F. Chang's, Stir Crazy, Di Pescara, and AMC Theatres providing 14 screens.
Nestled on the eastern edge of Highland Park's bustling Central Avenue among other trendy boutiques is Ooh-La-La, a small shop that's big on style and service. Located in the historic Highland Park Movie Theatre Building, in a space previously dedicated to a millinery shop during the 30's and 40's, proprietor and designer Lisa Farrell interprets the art of millinery with a modern eye. This tres chic boutique feels like a Parisian millinery salon complete with draped velvet curtains, an elegant chaise lounge and an ornate vintage mirror. By far the most dramatic element of the salon is the wall lined with old hat blocks – a true mark of craftsmanship seldom seen in department stores. Beautifully handcrafted women's hats are displayed in small vignettes throughout the intimate salon. These one-of-a-kind couture creations are wonderfully detailed with frothy feathers, sumptuous fabrics, vintage beading or another well-crafted trim.
Port Clinton Square in Highland Park
Sur La Table
Over 35 years, Sur La Table has exemplified the Art of Soul and Cooking offering an extensive assortment of products including bakeware, barware, books, cleaning products, cookware, cutlery, electrics, furnishings, gadgets, glassware, grilling tools, linens, serving pieces, table décor and more. Cooking classes are available for all levels whether you are a beginner or an expert. Hone your culinary skills and enjoy the vast array of merchandise to elevate your cooking experience.
The world’s leading natural and organic food supermarket and Americas first national certified organic grocer. The Whole Foods Market motto, “Whole Foods, Whole People, Whole Planet” captures the company’s mission to find success in customer satisfaction and wellness. Each store features a bakery, prepared foods section, specialty section that includes beer, wine, cheese and candy, butcher and more.