Exploring the Boston Public Market

Exploring the Boston Public Market

You may have heard of food halls, farmers markets or local vendor events, however the Boston Public Market stands out from the rest. Unlike many farmers markets that are only scheduled on weekends, or even seasonal, the Public Market is open all year long. Its indoor location allows you to shop and explore regardless of the weather, making it a treat even on rainy days or days where you need to escape the summer heat. 

Many farmers markets may boast a large range of different vendors, however, more and more you may be noticing that the local markets are starting to drift away from local artisans and fresh produce and instead being filled with more network marketing vendors, and while many of these vendors boast a large range of offerings, many Boston locals find themselves searching for locally grown produce and hand crafted goods, all of which you can find at the Boston Public Market. 

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The Boston Public Market is the perfect space for vendors of all avenues to thrive. With spaces for fishers offering freshly caught seafood, a plethora of ethnic cuisines, pre-made meals to make for easy lunches and dinners on busy nights, cooking classes and workshops, and a true culture that supports all the local Boston Market has to offer, regardless of what you are craving, the Boston Public Market may be the diamond in the rough you’ve been searching for.

Located at 100 Hanover Street at Haymarket Station, the Boston Public Market is open every Sunday from 10am-6pm. Many argue that the Market helped liven up Boston, as its location was vacant for 12 years prior to the market’s opening in 2015 and is now a hot spot for weekend entertainment, as well as locals and tourists to enjoy some of the best produce, crafts, meats and hand-crafted items that Boston and New England has to offer.

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The market is now home to more than 30 artisan vendors, and with applications for new vendors to join Boston’s Public Market Family it remains a true hidden gem of the Boston metro area. As many people have started to support more local businesses, the Market is the ideal stop to enjoy local produce and goods and the market’s rotating goods reflect the current available produce and goods grown within the Boston and New England areas.

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