Groceries & Markets in Lincolnwood

$35 for $50 Worth of Groceries and Fresh Produce at Grand Food Center

The Grand Food Center

Multiple Locations

$50 $35

(29)

Community-oriented grocer supplies grilling essentials such as kabobs and burgers, fresh produce, baked goods, and fresh cooked meals to-go

Wine-Tasting Parties for 2, 4, or 16 at WineStyles (Up to 60% Off)

WineStyles

Glenview

$30 $15

(5)

Certified wine specialists lead groups through five different varietals, offering samples of each as they discuss proper tasting etiquette

$10 for $20 Worth of Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar Sample Bottles at Oh, Olive!

Oh, Olive!

Glenview

$20 $10

(2)

Try 60-ml sampler bottles of balsamic vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil, with flavors such as organic tuscan herb, chipotle, & blood orange

Chocolate Tasting for Two or Four at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory (Up to 51% Off)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Park Ridge

$36 $18

Taste a variety of chocolates during tastings at the Park Ridge store

$25 for a Cooking Class for Two at Treasure Island Foods ($48 Value)

Treasure Island Foods

Lincoln Park

$48 $25

(40)

Renowned local and international chefs demonstrate how to create masterful dishes from fresh ingredients to the delight of culinary students

Groceries at Family Fruit Market (Up to 31% Off). Two Options Available.

Family Fruit Market

Portage Park

$30 $22

Continually rotated seasonal produce, USDA Choice meats for the grill, imported European groceries, and bulk snacks at a neighborhood market

Catering or Deli Food at Bergstein's NY Deli (Up to 50% Off)

Bergstein's NY Deli

Hyde Park

$10 $5

(11)

Chef Rachel Davis dishes up deli favorites, including corned-beef and pastrami sandwiches, soups, and smoked fish straight from Brooklyn

$11 for $20 Worth of Organic & Wild Harvest Herbs, Teas, Spices, and Essential Oil at B’Gabs Goodies

B'Gabs Goodies

Hyde Park

$20 $11

(27)

Stock up on organic and wildcrafted pantry essentials such as flavorful herbs, eclectic spices, teas, packs of incense, and essential oils

$29 for a 12-Month Meal-Plan Subscription to Make 5 Dinners in One Hour ($72 Value)

Make 5 Dinners in One Hour

Online Deal

$72 $29

Monthly timesaving meal plans show clients how to do five days' worth of cooking in about an hour; feeds 4–6 people

Online Grocery Delivery from Artizone (Up to 51% Off). Three Options Available.

Artizone

Online Deal

$50 $25

(11)

Online grocers work with local artisans to deliver fresh meats, produce, cheeses, and baked goods right to your door

$68 for 12 Hand-Decorated Cookies from AllenCookies

Allencookies

Chicago

$123 $68

Five flavors by quantities of 12. From Scratch and Love to your mouth where it melts.

Tea Health Class and Tasting for One or Four Plus Tea to Take Home at Prima Tea (Up to 73% Off)

Prima Tea

Wheeling

$57 $23

Loose-leaf experts offer lessons and patrons taste samples of gourmet teas from around the world

Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Take-Home Bottles of Wine at d’Vine Wine and Gifts (Up to 53% Off)

d’Vine Wine and Gifts

Palatine

$36.99 $18

Sample some of the boutique wine shop’s more than 100 different wines, many of which come from small wineries from around the world

$30 for $50 Worth of Premium Meats and Groceries at Prime "N" Tender Meats

Prime "N" Tender Meats

Hinsdale

$50 $30

Premium cuts of beef, chicken, and veal stocked in a kitchen-style storefront that also vends sandwiches and housemade entrees and sides

$15 for $30 Worth of Vitamins and Supplements at FitRx

FitRx

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Complement your workout with OxyELITE Pro supplements, ADAM multi-vitamins, M-Stak muscle builders, or other nutritional enhancers

$13 for One Four-Pack of Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinegars at Olive 'n Vinnie's Market ($26 Value)

Olive 'n Vinnie's Market

Glen Ellyn

$26 $13

More than 30 flavors of extra-virgin olive oil flavored with garlic or mushroom and sage; balsamic vinegars imported from Modena, Italy

$10 for $20 Worth of Produce and Prepared Fare at Lemon Tree Grocer

Lemon Tree Grocer

Downers Grove

$20 $10

(117)

Upscale grocery store stocks local & organic produce & savory prepared dishes such as chicken pot pie, pasta salads & baked lasagna

Select Local Merchants

Lincolnwood produce offers fresh local and organic produce. We carry grocerys and deli meats and cheeses from all over the world. We carry all the domestic and imported beer, wine and spirits.

7175 N Lincoln Ave
Lincolnwood,
IL
US

Since its establishment in 1936, Schaefer's has acquired a wealth of notoriety for its comprehensive yet complex assortment of complementary flavors. The drinkporium stocks hundreds of bottles of globally acquired wines, and fills aisles with unusual and exotic beers. The spirits department lines up anything from top-shelf whiskey to high-proof elixirs. And the gourmet goods section hosts fine, finger-friendly apps and pairables, such as imported French Saint-André cheese ($14.99 per lb.), Cacciatore artisan salami ($18.99), chocolates, and dips, making customers want to hold back a few shillings in their satchels. Because Schaefer's maintains its commitment to diversity and quality, items such as wine, beer, and liquor bottles range from a few dollars to a few hundred dollars each.

9965 Gross Point Rd
Skokie,
IL
US

Family-owned restaurant Kalyva slings authentic Greek dishes from traditional recipes in a pristine, rustic storefront. Kick off the meal with an amuse bouche such as the feta filo ($6.95), a wedge of cheese gift-wrapped in dough and tied with a honey and sesame bow. Carb cravings are curtailed with pita sandwiches, loading bready pockets with sautéed vegetables in garlic and fresh basil ($6.95) or pork, onions, and tomatoes ($7.95). Carnivores can sink their teeth into the N.Y. strip steak with greek herbs and spices ($19.50), five thin-cut païdakia lamb chops ($23.95), or an all-veal model of the Parthenon. Wash down the feast with assorted soft drinks, juices, wine, or domestic ($3.50) and imported ($4.50) beers. During the summer, diners can venture to the patio to soak up Mediterranean-style heat and embrace Hippocrates's famed practice of using greek yogurt as sunscreen.

7649 N Milwaukee Ave
Niles,
IL
US

Fresh Farms International Market showers its shoppers in grocered greatness, including organic produce, fresh meats and seafood, imported cheeses, and international breads. Tread toward the counter of fresh-caught seafood and reel in one of the market’s aquatic edibles, such as wild octopus ($2.99/lb.), fresh flounder fillets ($9.99/lb.), or live lobster ($7.99/lb.). Protein pilgrims can set sail for the meat department, which can help them build a new society based on hand-cut steaks, smoked ham shank ($1.49/lb.), and young duckling ($2.49/lb.). Cheerful cheesemongers cater to customers’ fancies for foreign fromage, including selections from cheese-making nations such as Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, and Russia. Sink lactose-longing teeth into a Bulgarian feta ($2.99/lb.) or a block of Mountain Brand Swiss cheese ($3.99/lb.) whose neutrality is betrayed by its clear preference for deliciousness. The market’s fresh produce includes California broccoli ($0.79/lb.) and Wisconsin dry yellow onions ($0.19/lb.), and its bustling bakery churns out French baguettes and Italian ciabatta rolls ready to be transformed into sandwiches or whittled into Earl of Sandwich action figures.

5740 W Touhy Ave
Niles,
IL
US

With more than 50 years under its belt, Minelli Meat and Deli constructs hearty sandwiches and complements savory bites with traditional Italian pastries for dessert. The deli counter flaunts large helpings of italian sausage ($3.79/lb.) and italian roast beef ($8.99/lb.) for patrons to take home and share with their families and displaced sasquatches. A fresh meatball sandwich ($5.50) harmonizes well with homemade soup ($2.99). Sub sandwiches can be stuffed with specialty prosciutto, genoa salami, corned beef, and various sliced cheeses (5" for $4). Homespun sweets such as cannoli, cream puffs, and cookies adequately prep sugar testers for midnight chess battles with the Sugar Plum Fairy ($1.50+).

7900 N Milwaukee Ave
Niles,
IL
US

The Burhop family keeps their fish markets stocked with just-caught, never-frozen goods. They do this by going right to the source?wholesale distributors in Alaska, Hawaii, New England, and as far away as Australia. Their connections with these distributors stretch over the course of Burhop's 88-year history, which started when Albert "Pops" Burhop founded a wholesale-seafood business in downtown Chicago. When locals started offering him money and moon rocks in exchange for the prized cuts of fish, Pops decided to cut out the middleman.

Today, they proudly report that many of their loyal customers are transplants from the East and West Coasts, where fresh seafood is easier to come by. Ironically, Burhop's gets fresher stuff than many stores on the coasts do, thanks to Chicago's central location, which enables quick shipping from all of America's shores. In the shop, customers can watch as the filleters skillfully ply their craft. Get to know your Burhop?s fish mongers! A series of online video tutorialss teach home chefs to prep mouthwatering lobster tails, soft shell crabs, tuna burgers, and more.

1413 Waukegan Rd.
Glenview,
IL
US

Lincolnwood Scene