It’s been a brutal winter in Boston to say the least, but warm weather is finally peeking through. For local restaurants, this means finally getting back on track. For Boston residents and local vendors, this also means we're one step closer to the opening of the soon-to-be Boston Public Market. For chefs, this could be a huge advantage for things like more frequent menu rotation, cost-cutting and time-saving, considering that the city doesn’t currently have a setup for local vendors.
The year-round, 28,000-square-foot BPM will begin in July and feature more than 30 local vendors, which will bring a large local selection of meat & poultry, fish, bread & baked goods, produce, prepared foods, milk and more, all under one roof.
For a full list of initial Market vendors, read more here.