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3:00pm - 5:00pm
Another Age Productions
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Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
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It’s the season to unwind and enjoy the sun! We are reveling in the summer months and Boston’s bike lanes, green spaces, and outdoor patios are bustling. With all the fun summer movies, music festivals, sporting events, and outdoor activities happening, it can be overwhelming to pique your interest in something new. Boston is a food lover’s city, with so many neighborhoods to explore. Whether you’re craving authentic Spanish tapas or a classic New England lobster roll, Boston has you covered. Many residents of Boston are familiar with the tourist hot spots such as Fenway Park, Copley Square, Quincy Market, and Faneuil Hall. However, there are lots of hidden gems that Boston has to offer to both tourists and residents alike. We’re happy to highlight some of our amazing members that are sure to satisfy any foodie…
(source: Boston Public Market)
If you’re looking to cross essential items off your grocery list—or enjoy a casual pitstop as you explore the city–look no further than The Boston Public Market, an indoor, year-round marketplace featuring about thirty New England artisans and food producers housed under one roof, offering fresh foods, prepared meals, crafts, and specialty items. One of our favorites at the Boston Public Market, are the fresh and delightful crêpes from Bon Appetit Crêperie. Bon Appetit Crêperie is a French-style cafe that offers a wide variety of both sweet and savory crêpes. They are an ideal summertime treat, as they are light, delicious, and very affordable.
(source: Papi’s Stuffed Sopapillas)
What’s better than a delicious lunch on a beautiful, bright, sunny day? Papi’s Stuffed Sopapillas can be found all over the city as they are a mobile food and catering service that makes Spanish heritage influenced savory and sweet fried pastry. Their robust menu and burst of flavors have earned them Boston’s Best Food Truck award by the Improper Bostonian, and most recently, Best Food Truck in Massachusetts by the Food Network.
(source: Soleil Catering)
Dinner options in the city are limitless, but there are a few places you will definitely want to try. You can bring family and friends along for southern dining at Soleil Restaurant, or a hands-on, bonding experience at Mei Mei Dumplings. Soleil is a locally owned restaurant that strives to create a warm and friendly experience for all customers who come through its doors. You can order food delivery to your home or office, enjoy a catered meal, or simply stop in for dinner.
Farm-focused and woman-owned Mei Mei Dumplings blends classroom and café in their new dumpling factory in South Boston. Mei Mei sources their ingredients carefully and places community at the center of everything. Stop in their Southie location or find their dumplings at farmer’s market locations throughout the state.
(source: Top Shelf Cookies)
Calling all cookie enthusiasts! Dorchester-based Top Shelf Cookies is an absolute must-visit to satisfy your sweet tooth. With a broad selection of unique, delicious cookies, Top Shelf Cookies makes it impossible to leave with just one purchase. Using high-quality, often unexpected ingredients, a creative spark for combining flavors, and meticulously crafted recipes, the cookies aren’t just one of a kind, they’re also delicious and addictive.
This summer and all year long, it’s important to support and explore local businesses. You might discover a new favorite brunch bar, the perfect lunch spot for those work-from-home days, the best restaurants with good lighting and even better dinner menu items, or a mom-and-pop dessert destination where the owners will know you by name.
To explore more Greater Boston food spots, visit our member directory.
Sep 12, 2023 – Sep 16, 2023Greater Boston