Boston Public Market Announces Final Wave of Vendors

Bon Me, Union Square Donuts, George Howell Coffee, more join the new year-round market.

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Back in April, The Boston Public Market revealed over 20 of the vendors that would be setting up shop in the new 28,000-square-foot market, now targeted to open in late July. Today, the year-round market unveiled most of the final entries with big names like popular Vietnamese fast-casual concept Bon Me, pioneering local coffee roaster, George Howell, who’s also opening a café later this fall in Downtown Crossing, and gourmet doughnut purveyor, Union Square Donuts.

The Market, which will span the ground floor of 136 Blackstone Street, will showcase goods exclusively made in New England like hand-pulled Shanghainese noodles from Jamaica Plain’s Noodle Lab, cold-pressed juices from Cambridge-based Mother Juice, and even local brews and ciders from Hopster’s latest outpost, Hopster’s Alley.

To help celebrate the announcement, Union Square Donuts and George Howell Coffee will host a pop-up this morning to share a “taste” of what’s to come in July. Between 8-9 a.m., the two businesses will be handing out free coffee and doughnuts (while supplies last) on Congress Street outside the Haymarket MBTA station.

New Boston Public Market Vendors

  • Bon Me (Boston, MA)
    Bold and fresh Vietnamese cuisine.
  • Chestnut Farms (Hardwick, MA)
    Grass-fed (not corn-fed) pasture raised beef, pork, lamb, goat, and poultry, as well as eggs and all-natural rubs.
  • George Howell Coffee (Acton, MA)
    Coffee and espresso drinks made with freshly roasted, small-batch, single-estate, and single origin coffee, as well as a wide selection of retail beans for home brewing.
  • Harlow’s Vermont Farmstand (Westminister, VT)
    Organic produce in addition to farmstand offerings from over forty Vermont producers, including eggs, maple syrup, artisanal cheeses, jams, salsas, sauces, and a number of specialty products such as goat’s milk caramels, kale chips, and homemade soups.
  • Hopsters Alley (Wayland, MA)
    Growlers, bottles, and cans of local beer, as well as a large selection of hand-crafted spirits and hard cider.
  • Lakeside Organics (Hadley, MA)
    Thirty kinds of fresh, local vegetables as well as strawberries, blueberries, peaches, and plums.
  • Mamadou’s Artisan Bakery (Winchester, MA)
    French-style bread and pastries.
  • Nella Pasta (Quincy, MA)
    Fresh extruded pastas in a variety of shapes and flavors using locally sourced veggies, herbs, and ancient grains along with grab-and-go lunch and dinner options.
  • Noodle Lab (Jamaica Plain, MA)
    Authentic Japanese ramen and traditional Shanghainese noodles that are hand pulled and crafted using the highest quality ingredients.
  • Red’s Best (Boston, MA)
    Fillets and shellfish for home cooking, sushi and raw bar offerings, lobster rolls, and other New England classic takeout lunch and dinner options.
  • Soluna Garden Farm (Winchester, MA)
    Fresh and dried herbs; hand-blended herb, spice, and tea blends; and hot and iced tea.
  • Union Square Donuts (Somerville, MA)
    Gourmet donuts from scratch, made by hand every day.

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