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Everything You Need for a Homemade Dinner at Boston Public Market
September 14, 2020 | The Sudbury
Living at The Sudbury, Downtown Boston’s premiere luxury apartment residence, has a lot of perks — one of them being the accessibility to Boston’s most famous local food market at 100 Hanover Street, home to some of the best food in Downtown Boston. Due to COVID-19, the doors to the indoor market of 35+ New England vendors are currently closed, but there’s still plenty of flavor to sample at the outdoor market (Monday-Saturday, 11am-3pm) and through weekday deliveries & pickups (order online and choose the preferred way of receiving your items).
And, we just heard that the indoor market is tentatively slated to re-open on 9/16! Be sure to visit their website for the latest information on hours of operation.
If you’re in the mood to whip up something fresh from scratch, visit Stillman’s Farm, one of the leading farming companies in Massachusetts dedicated to growing quality and healthy plants and produce. Their produce is perfect for making your favorite Italian pasta sauce or as tasty toppings for Taco Tuesday festivities.
Sienna Farms is another great fresh produce destination at the Boston Public Market. Founded by two Massachusetts natives, farmer Chris Kurth & his wife Ana Sortun, the chef/partner at the Oleana Restaurant Group. It’s safe to say they know a thing or two about high-quality ingredients.
If cooking isn’t your forte but you’re looking for a fresh dinner without the hassle of meal prep, the market has prepared food on demand. Vendors like the Boston Smoked Fish Company are a market favorite, serving distinctively delicious smoked salmon, sockeye, tuna, and more. Get a taste of the sea and order their Cajun salmon sliders and fish tacos.
Inna’s Kitchen’s delicious menu will have you traveling the globe, offering an array of foods from Jewish-styled dishes all the way to Mediterranean and Middle Eastern-inspired cuisines. Inna’s also sells frozen food items like pot pies, perfect for stowing away in your freezer during Boston’s coldest days and when you want to stay home and hibernate.
Dinner is not complete without dessert! Finesse Pastries is our go-to for gourmet pastries, especially their macarons. Not only are they a delectable treat, but they fund a good cause. Each month, Finesse creates a macaron specific to a local charity and donates $0.50 from each one sold to that charity.
Send your taste buds for a ride with award-winning donuts from Union Square Donuts. Their donuts, jams, and glazes are all made by hand and in-house. These donuts are the perfect treat to dunk into your cappuccino or to indulge in after a long day.
Whether it’s produce, pasta, or pastries, you’ll never leave Boston Public Market empty handed. The best New England vendors, all under one roof – and all just steps away from The Sudbury. Before your next visit to the Boston Public Market, check out their Instagram page for daily updates on scheduling and vendors. And, be sure to bring your shopping bags – you’ll need them!