Last weekend, Big A and I went out to the West Loop of Chicago to attend a monthly event: the Randolph Street Market. Each month, the Randolph Street Market brings vendors from all over Illinois to the old Plumber’s Union Building and parking lot on West Randolph. It’s a very eclectic collection of vintage collectibles and handmade art.
While we did have a good time, we learned that we are not vintage loving people. It was so fun to walk around admiring things of old and eating delicious crepes (buffalo chicken & pesto) but we did not bring anything home. It could be because we don’t have much room here, but I think it might be that it just wasn’t our style.
If you live in the Chicago area or are just visiting, this might be a fun thing for you to check out. Don’t forget to bring cash and get the Groupon for admission 😉