Chicago Our Campus: Groceries
There are many grocery options throughout the Chicago area. Options range from American-style supermarket meccas like Dominick’s to small independently owned ethnic grocers, to the stores that specialize in organic and locally produced goods. Again, do some exploring to find what you need. If you are looking for an ethnic grocer, visit Chicago’s many neighborhoods and you will be sure to fulfill your needs, or try something new.
820 W. Jackson Blvd.
Multiple locations throughout the city. They have an excellent selection of produce and fresh meats and generally more reasonable prices than name-brand grocery stores.
Dominick’s Finer Foods
255 E. Grand Ave.
A full-service mainstream grocery store with locations throughout the Chicago area.
550 N. State St.
Locations throughout the city. Again, this is a more typical American supermarket.
An extensive registry of online takeout and delivery menus
An online grocery store with a surprisingly wide selection that delivers for a reasonable fee.
Newleaf Natural Grocery
1261 W. Loyola Ave.
An organic grocery store that delivers to the Loop. They also offer weekly boxes of organic, locally produced fruits and vegetables.
La Unica Cuban Food Mart—Cuban and Latin American
1515 W. Devon Ave.
324 S. Halsted St.
Jai Hind Food & Video—Indian And South Asian
2658 W. Devon Ave.
Bari Italian Deli
1120 W. Grand Ave.
Joong Boo Market—Korean/Asian
3333 N. Kimball Ave.
Viet Hoa Plaza—Thai and Southeast Asian
1051 W. Argyle St.