The Glenwood Sunday Farmers’ Market begins the second week of its 2011 season this Sunday, June 12th, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Glenwood between Morse and Lunt. All your favorite local farmers and food vendors will be there.
Many neighbors who attend the market also enjoy a leisurely breakfast at one of the many fine restaurants and cafes in the Morse/Glenwood Arts District. In fact a number of restaurants have opened their doors early on Sunday to take advantage of the Farmers’ Market crowds. The latest to do so is Chuckie’s at 1412 W. Morse. Alex, the owner of Chuckie’s, will be serving up breakfast sandwiches and juice beginning at 10 a.m. on Sunday. Relax at a table next to the floor-to-ceiling plate glass windows and watch the world go by, or if the weather is nice, have a seat at Chuckie’s outdoor cafe.
Chuckie’s joins a number of other fine establishments serving breakfast fare during the market, including Act One Gastropub, 1330 W. Morse, The Common Cup, 1501 W. Morse, Grillinn Restaurant, 1422 W. Morse,Heartland Cafe, 7000 N. Glenwood (the Heartland also offers freshly brewed coffee at the No Exit Cafe, 6970 N. Glenwood), Morseland, 1218 W. Morse, Noon Hour Grill, 6930 N. Glenwood, and the newest addition to Morse Avenue–Reecee’s Cafe, 1343 W. Morse.
If you’re looking for a little spice after breakfast stop off for a Bloody Mary at The Glenwood, 6962 N. Glenwood, or Duke’s Bar, 6920 N. Glenwood. Both provide a great way to spend a friendly and relaxed Sunday.
While you’re at the Market, stop by my 49th Ward Green Crops tent. Find out what we’re doing to make the 49th Ward, the greenest ward in the City or take the opportunity to make a city service request.
See you at the Market!