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This is kind of neat. I'll probably still go to haymarket instead since it's closer to my home (and probably cheaper too) but for those of you that live downtown, there is talk of a farmer's market going up for the summer near the Pru.

Dave Gilson, owner of the Herb Lyceum at Gilson's restaurant in Groton, is working with owner Boston Properties to open a farmers' market on the building's cement plaza bordering Boylston Street.

The market, which would run on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., would be directly managed by 14 vendors, including six to eight farmers. Vendors who have signed on to the project sell products like Asian greens, mozzarella cheese, chocolates, bread, baked goods, and high-end desserts.

Isn't there also a little farmer's market in the Copley Square area on certain days?

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2 Response to "Farmer's Market Near Prudential Coming?"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Yes, The market in Copley is on Thursdays and Saturdays I believe.

    Posted on 3/24/09, 9:03 AM

  2. Anonymous Said,

    Sorry but you are not correct, The Copley market is on Tuesdays and Fridays from 11-6.

    Posted on 5/18/09, 7:57 PM


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