I’m in a bit of a haze today, a happy haze. More than 300 people attended Eat Boutique’s first Local Market in Boston yesterday. I think I speak for everyone on the Eat Boutique team by saying, THANK YOU! We were delighted to meet so many people who are passionate about beautifully-packaged, handmade food. We felt a true simpatico-ness with each of you and while we’re tired and full from all those delicious samples, we can’t wait for the next Local Market.
Over the next couple weeks, I’m going to share photo essays and recaps from the day. Let’s start with these lovely photos taken by Brian Samuels who writes about and photographs food on his blog, A Thought for Food, and his photography site, Brian Samuels Photography. His photos continue after the post.
A lot of gratitude needs to be showered on all the special vendors and artisans who joined us for the day: Lark Fine Foods, E.H. Chocolatier, Fat Toad Farm, Didi Davis Artisan Food, The Wine Bottega, Chococoa Baking, The Stand, Q’s Nuts, Yummy Mummy, The Cupcakory, and Equal Exchange Free Range Cafe. We hope you were able to purchase lots of good food and we encourage you to shop for their food online, look for them at local food markets and, of course, purchase one of our gift boxes; we’ll be happy to hand-write a note and ship out a gift box of treats from yesterday for you asap!
Eat Boutique is an online magazine + market for food enthusiasts to celebrate the best pure, local + comforting handmade foods. We call it: food that hugs you back. Looking for the perfect gift? Eat Boutique sells gift boxes filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today.
Eat Boutique was an award-winning shop and story-driven recipe site created by Maggie Battista – an author, business guide and alignment seeker. After hosting retail markets for 25,000+ guests, Maggie now supports entrepreneurs as they create values-based businesses through We Are Magic Studio. Follow Maggie Battista on Instagram.