Boston Public Market

A year-round public market recently opened in Boston that is both on my way home and on my way to school so I find myself there passing time (and munching) at least a couple times a week. The Boston Public Market offers many permanent vendors as well as several pop-up vendors that vary week to week. All the vendors are local so its easy to convince yourself that every unnecessary purchase  is for the good of “boosting local business”. I can’t wait until its warm enough to grab a lobster roll or shawarma pita and head outside to the Rose Kennedy Greenway to “study”. p.s. I started this post a few days ago and then actually did just that today due to 64 degree weather – scroll down for a few snaps

Siena farms‘ locally grown veggies

Succulents from Stow Greenhouses

Great selection of local beers and ciders from Hopsters Alley



Red’s Best has been a favorite of mine since they have been a vendor at the Copley Square Farmer’s Market so it’s great to have them in my backyard again. This Kale and Lobster salad was a great snack between work and class.

Make your own infused spirits with the help of pop-up vendor ParTea. There are several flavors to choose from but I chose Jalapeno and infused some tequila for some warm weather spicy margaritas!




Today’s sunny picnic on the greenway with Inna’s falafel pita salad.


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