To Do Today: Copley Square Farmers Market
Stock up on fresh produce and local goods
11 am to 6 pm, Tuesdays and Fridays through November 22
Copley Square, Boston. Easily accessible by the MBTA Green Line, right near Copley station.
Free admission, cost of items varies
Why should I go?
If you’re passionate about fresh ingredients, healthy food, and supporting local businesses, head to the Copley Square Farmers Market. Vendors from more than three dozen farms, orchards, and bakeries around Massachusetts and neighboring states offer customers fresh, natural products at tables set up under tents lining the square.
The outdoor market operates rain or shine, and patrons can find the usual fresh produce and meat, as well as specialties, like French pastries from Les Petits Choux, honey and other bee products from Beverly Bees, and prepared Indian food from Guru the Caterer. And if you’re in need of a gift, pick up reasonably priced potted plants, body creams, and handcrafted soap.
Method of payment varies by vendor; be prepared to pay with cash, because not all vendors accept credit cards.