Don't be scared! Attend the final SOWA Open Market of the year on Sunday, October 31st from 10am-4pm for the "Market of the Living Dead".
Over 130 vendors, costume contests ($250 reward for the best costume), free treats, live music, delicious food trucks, and pumpkin carving (with much more). I think they even have a fog machine!
Oh by the way, don't miss our favorite Food Truck "Grilled Cheese Nation", Boston's 1st Official Grilled Cheese Food Truck!
Bring your best costume and bring your appetite!
P.S. We're pretty sure it would be impossible to beat "In Gouda We Trust" (Smith’s Farmstead Gouda with Carmelized Onions & Sauteed Mushrooms on Iggy’s Organic Dark Rye Pain de Mie Bread.....yummm), but if you're interested check out the full Grilled Cheese Nation Food Truck menu.
Is there anything better than free icecream? What about having to hunt for the free icecream truck...kind of like a little game...right? RIGHT?
For the next month (Till August 25th) Ben and Jerry's will be driving their ice cream truck all around Boston and scooping out the love. They are testing out their two latest flavors of Milk & Cookies and Boston Cream Pie.
Of course it's not like a Where's Waldo book, you can follow Ben and Jerry's on Facebook or on Twitter to find out where they will be on given days. Enjoy the ice cream and eat it fast in this heat.
I have a friend on the west coast who rants and raves about buying her meals off of trucks. And all I can say is "Really.....REALLY?" But than I experienced my first food truck drive by...and I was in utter amazement at how wonderful it was. Sure it may not be that healthy for you, live a little bit!!
With that said, SoWa is hosting the 1st Annual Food Truck Festival on Sunday, August 8, 2010 10:00 am - 4:00 pm at 540 Harrison Ave. So if you like food, and you're partial to trucks (you don't really have to be partial to trucks, but you do have to love food). Head on over this Sunday!
Here is a list of some of the vendors that will be there...
speed's hot dogs
lincoln street coffee
dragon mobile disco
south end pita
herrara's mexican grill
food truck nation
equal exchange coffee trike
the sausage guy
roxy's grilled cheese
Eat, drink, and be merry my fine folk!
How convenient that 7-11 is having a free slurpee day with the dog days of summer in full effect!
That's right, you read it correctly...FREE SLURPEE'S!!!
At all participating 7-11's. Run in and enjoy the coolness. Becareful of a brain freeze though. Drink slowly!
Free 7.11oz Slurpee drink.
Date: Sunday, July 11, 2010
Time: 8:00am - 11:00pm
Location: Participating 7-Eleven Stores, USA
Join neighbors and residents for our annual street fair and flea market on Wellington Street @ Columbus Avenue, South End.
Featuring antiques, collectibles, jewelry, art, household items, a raffle of goods and services from South End businesses, bake sale, food, music and much more. Come and celebrate a great tradition. They are the oldest continuous street fair in the City and the day is always a glorious one for young and old alike. Saturday, June 5th, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (Rain day will be the same time, but on June 6th).
For more information check out this site.
"This is Boston's version of London's Portobello market, with vintage clothes sellers and young fashion and jewelry designers rubbing elbows with artists and cheese makers and antiques dealers. What's exciting about this market is that it changes each week. So, some Sundays you'll discover a local artist who is there only that day. Everyone sells from tables beneath white tents."
That's what the NY Times had to say about the SoWa open market, which just so happens to be kicking of its 7th season this weekend from 10am-5pm today.
This is the biggest season opener to date, featuring 140 indie designers, crafters, artists, musicians, farmers and much more.
Take note that the market has moved down the block to a new location this year. Now at the humongous parking lot at 460 Harrison Ave at the end of Thayer Street. Head down, you can't miss the big white tents.
The market will be open every Sunday through October 31, 2010, excluding 3 major holiday weekends (May 30, July 4, and September 5).
For more info check out the website:
Head on over and let us know if you score any great finds and who your favorite vendors are!