Boston Public Market Announces Final Wave of Vendors

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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

136 Blackstone St., Boston; bostonpublicmarket.org.

Source URL: https://www.bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/2015/06/03/boston-public-market-announces-final-wave-of-vendors/