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Boston Public Market

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Boston Public Market

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Ilonka W wrote a review Mar 2020
San Antonio, Texas37 contributions8 helpful votes
The market had just everything, all kinds of food. From donuts (apple cider who knew) to Asian soups where they let you choose you ingredients. The honey shop has several types and they even have a working Hive. Of coarse you can find a Lobster roll the Boston staple. Walking through will entice you with the smells to want it all.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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TarJa wrote a review Mar 2020
Salt Lake City, Utah238 contributions39 helpful votes
When I travel, I love to see these public markets. It's interesting to see what the locals sell, even if you don't buy a thing. This is a cute market. You can walk the market pretty quickly, and you can grab a quick lunch or snack too. If you have the time, it's worth a short trip.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Shanelle wrote a review Feb 2020
Santa Monica, California1,763 contributions96 helpful votes
Indoor local marketplace with a variety of food options and goods. Stopped by here for lunch on a Saturday while I was going through the Freedom Trail and heard good things about the market. I grabbed a cup of clam chowder at Red’s Seafood ($5 for the cup, $8 for the bowl) and took my food to one of the open seating tables. For those with kids, there is a kids only section with tables reserved for the caretakers. There’s are two sets of bathrooms in the building, and free WiFi. There’s also water fountains with a water refill station, although the one I went to was really slow to dispense. There was a good amount of people in the afternoon considering it was a late time for lunch, but it wasn’t overwhelming. It reminds me of a cleaner, albeit smaller version of LA’s Grand Central Market. Overall it’s a good spot to grab some food, do some light shopping, or even just wander for a bit while you’re in Boston.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Natalieb06 wrote a review Feb 2020
59 contributions35 helpful votes
Great for any foodies out there. Wouldn't say you'd need to pay the extra for a food tour. You can easily walk around and sample any of the foods from vendors, they openly offer for you to try things! If you have a mixed group or even are just looking for authentic variety of food that is good quality but you're not paying an arm and a leg. This is the place to go. We tried the thai, they have a decent noodle soup ( cater for gf, for any coeliacs) there is also a great vegan place to grab a dessert, main or smoothie from and a macaroons vendor which are pretty good! Literally something for everyone and great if you want to buy any tourist foodie gifts like maple syrup, nuts, apple doughnuts, jams, chocolate etc. We visited twice in our 5 day trip.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Linda L wrote a review Feb 2020
Meriden, Connecticut298 contributions101 helpful votes
A snack or a meal. Healthy or indulgent. Something unique for your home or yourself. Everything under one roof. A really nice variety of vendors.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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