Boston Public Market…oh, where do I begin? Well, let’s just follow the crumbs..the donuts, the fresh veggies, the cappuccino,the shakshuka… but first some background!

Located next to the Haymarket subway station, the Boston Public Market opened over the summer with a mission to offer “a year-round, indoor market featuring fresh, locally sourced food brought directly to and from the diverse people that make up Massachusetts and New England.”

What makes Boston Public Market unique is that “everything sold at the Market is produced or originates in New England.” In short, the Boston Public Market is a locavore’s dream come true. But if even if you could care less about the sourcing of your food, the quality and variety (read: ‘yumminess’) of the offerings should draw you. The Market features a mixture of vendors offering everything from prepared foods and fresh produce to beer, flowers, and hand-crafted wooden bowls.

With its large glass windows and high ceilings, the Market’s space is airy, brightly light, and yet somewhat warren-like. Take note, this space will be provide a welcome refuge in the dark, cold days of Boston winter! The Market is open from Wednesday – Sunday 8:00am–8:00pm. For a complete list of vendors, check out the  Boston Public Market vendor list here: https://bostonpublicmarket.org/vendors
For now, I’d like to name a few of the vendors who have made my stomach *very* happy on my last visit:

George Howell Coffee – George Howell is the force behind the excellent, locally roasted Terroir and Alchemy brands of coffee. In addition to selling their fabulous ground,
coffee, George Howell’s barista’s are top-notch and appear to put their full concentration behind each espresso dink they make.

Silverbrook Farms – Based in Dartmouth, Silverbrook Farms sells a wide-variety of produce and other products (flowers, eggs, jams, mustards) from the South Coast of
Massachusetts. If you are a mushroom fan, Silverbrook Farms will be worth a visit.

Inna’s Kitchen – An outpost of their full-service restaurant in Newton, Inna’s serves up wonderful Jewish cuisine from around the world, including some of the
yummiest shakshuka I’ve ever had (btw: Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern dish of eggs poached in a spicy, tomato-based sauce; think Middle Eastern huevos rancheros).
The service at Inna’s was friendly and knowledgeable and even picked some fresh oregano right from a container to top off  my dish!

Red Apple Farms – Cider donuts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Soluna Garden Farm – Sells its own spice mixes and teas cultivated from its herb farm in Winchester. I enjoyed a delicious chai latte created right on the spot!

Boston Public Market

https://bostonpublicmarket.org/
When: Wednesday – Sunday 8:00am–8:00pm
Where: Haymarket Orange Line

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