Chicago French MarketCHICAGO, IL – The Chicago French Market in the West Loop recently celebrated its three-year anniversary, mainly by adding a trio of new kiosks.

As the market’s managers continue to evolve and grow, they’re realizing regular customers like smoked meat, sweets and kosher food.

Beavers Donuts is the latest food truck to find a permanent location to sell it’s tasty treats. They still operate a roaming food truck in the city – frying their tiny orbs to-order and either coating in flavored sugars or topping them with any number of sweet, creative flavors, like pistachio, cannoli or pop rocks.

“It’s not like something like a national chain, so we’re thinking of bringing a kind of artisanal doughnuts, which is really something as for myself, being French, when I think about some delicacy in the U.S. I will definitely be thinking about doughnuts.”

Now for some of the businesses here, this is their only location. But for others, like Lillie’s Q or Beavers Donuts, this is a secondary spot, where they can open up an entirely new market for their business. In the case of Beavers, folks who don’t want to follow them around on the food trucks, can now just come here.

Chicago French Market
131 N. Clinton St.
(312) 575-0306