A visit to the Copley Square Farmer’s Market is a must for anyone in Boston, whether you’re picking up organic produce for cooking, grabbing a quick bite to eat, or simply want to take in the smells of baked goods and fresh flowers on a sunny day.
Located dead center in Copley Square between the Boston Public Library and Trinity Church, the Market is open from 10:00 – 18:00 Tuesdays and Fridays, giving you plenty of time to browse, eat, and shop to your heart’s content. They have something for everyone: fresh pasta, homemade preserves, and even organic beauty products.
Although the Copley Farmer’s Market is lovely during the summer, my favorite time to visit is during the autumn, when you can enjoy a cup of fresh apple cider while admiring Boston’s lovely fall foliage, or pick up a pumpkin or squash to transform into a tasty autumn dish at home. Or, if cooking/baking isn’t your thing, you can grab a ready-made pie or cider doughnut – trust me, both choices are delicious.