Boston Public Market Will Bring Lobster Rolls and More to Logan Airport
The Terminal C location also has pastrami sandwiches, ramen bowls—and a full bar.
It’s almost liftoff for the Logan airport location of Boston Public Market. The popular food hall is planning to open a Terminal C outpost before autumn’s end, and has announced its vendors—mostly culled from the original site at Haymarket Station.
Behold your pre-boarding bites: Beantown Pastrami, serving up deli sandwiches and sides; Inna’s Kitchen, offering fast-casual, Jewish-inspired cuisine such as shakshuka; Market Bagels, for grabbing cream cheese-covered carb wheels; Mother Juice, where fresh fruit- and veggie-based smoothies will bolster your immune system before breathing in all that recycled plane cabin air; Noodle Lab, a spot to slurp ramen and dive into rice bowls; and Red’s Best, which’ll send you off with a taste of lobstah rolls and other locally sourced New England seafood.
Besides these half-dozen vendors, Boston Public Market’s 6,000-square-foot airport spinoff will carry prepared snacks for grab-and-go convenience (BPM on the Fly), offer a salad bar (BPM Fresh Eats), and—good news for nervous flyers—serve up booze at the Market Bar, which will highlight local beer, wine, and spirits.
“We are proud to support New England food producers and to provide fresh and healthy food while educating customers about the importance of local sourcing,” Cheryl Cronin, CEO of the Boston Public Market, stated in a press release. “It is truly a privilege to showcase our innovative food entrepreneurs, artisans, and chefs to visitors at Logan Airport.”
The airport has generally been elevating its dining options lately. Local-approved entities like Shōjō, a funky Chinatown favorite, have already expanded there, and a whole slew of other spots—from Santarpio’s pizza to star chef-owned restaurants, such as Jody Adams’ Trade—are still to arrive. Meanwhile, a new app will even deliver airport-purchased food to passengers waiting at their gates.
It’s a whole new world of travel-day eats. Just remember: Please devour your more fragrant food before boarding. You can’t always keep a baby from crying, but forcing your neighbor to inhale your ripe tuna sandwich remains an entirely avoidable faux pas.