Shopping Malls in Chicago

There are a lot of supermarkets and groceries within the city of Chicago. 

Recommended supermarkets in Chicago


Dominicks supermarkets are located all around the city of Chicago. The price level and quality of the products are average.

Jewel Osco

This supermarket is found almost everywhere in the US. In Chicago, Jewel-Osco is located in all parts of the city. The prices are rather good and the quality of the produce decent. 

Potash Bros.

This is a local supermarket with three different stores located in the near north side community area. The produce stands are always extremely fresh and of high quality. Prices are rather high.


At Target, the food section is notthe main event: you will find mainly frozen food, few vegetables and fruits and no fresh meat, but lots of snacks, American breads, water and sodas, as well as cleaning products. 

Treasure Island Foods

There are seven stores located around the city of Chicago and in Wilmette (North suburbs). They claim to be the America’s most European supermarket. There you will find fresh French breads and pastries, Greek pastries and cheeses. They have real butchers who answer to your questions and take your orders. They sell prime meats every day. Catering, delivery and personal shopper services are available. 

Wal Mart

The Wal Mart supermarkets are located in the suburbs of Chicago. These massive megastores stock everything from groceries to electronics. Prices are lower than in other supermarkets. 


Online food shopping in Chicago:


This is an online supermarket. They deliver right into your kitchen for $6.95. You will find exactly the same products as in a traditional supermarket. The vegetables, fruits and meat are always fresh. The prices are the same as in a local supermarket and sometimes cheaper. You can get special discounts at least once a month.

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