Massachusetts June 06, 2017
Everyone In Massachusetts Must Visit This Epic Farmers Market At Least Once
There’s nothing like filling your shopping bag with fresh, delicious produce from a farmers market. Shopping locally means you’re supporting farms in your area and getting some truly tasty treats in the process. Check out this incredible farmers market in Massachusetts that will send you home laden with delicious finds.
This farmer’s market is right in the heart of Boston in Copley Square. Situated across from the beautiful Boston Public Library and the stunning ___ church, you couldn’t find a more scenic spot to browse for fresh vegetables, fruits, baked goods and homemade fare.
This market is massive and has something for everyone. Stop by the Atlas Farm stall for tender greens and juicy berries. Head to the Iggy’s Bread stall for mouthwateringly fragrant fresh bread, crackers and bagels. Load up on local cheeses at the Robinson Farm stall, and grab a freshly brewed cup of coffee from
Swing by Stow Greenhouses for some fantastic flowers, and you absolutely cannot miss the potato salad at Seta’s.
This market has a great selection of produce and meats, which makes planning dinner a snap. You’ll be enticed by the colorful fare from local farms, as well as the market’s selection of exotic plants and fruit. There’s something new each week, so stopping by is always a fresh experience.
Plus, you can’t neglect to take home a sweet treat or two! Giant chocolate cookies, lavender lemonade and apple cider donuts are all on offer, making satisfying your sweet tooth all too easy.
There are also plenty of fresh and savory foods to be had ready-made at the market, like fresh arepas, pretzels, flavorful sausages and juicy burgers. Even if you’re not planning on doing any cooking for lunch, this farmer’s market is a great place to grab a quick snack during your work break or refuel for a day of exploring the city.
To make shopping here even more of an experience, pick up a fresh baked good or baguette with some cheese and head through the Boston Public Library to their enchanting and sunny courtyard to enjoy your snack.
Of course, there’s also a beautiful fountain pool just steps away from the stalls. It’s the perfect shady spot to unwrap your finds and have a picnic by the water.
The market is open Tuesday and Friday between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., May through November 21, 2017. SNAP and Bounty Bucks are accepted (visit the managers tent for more details), so everyone can take advantage of the fresh produce here.
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The Boston Copley Square Farmers Market
139 St. James Avenue, Boston MA