South End Open Market @ Ink Block

Farmer's Market, Flea Market, Street Art
375 Harrison Ave (at Traveler St)
Boston, MA 02118
Sunday
10:00am - 4:00pm

Tips

  • This Sunday is your last chance to rub elbows with the stylish, dog-walking denizens of the South End while shopping outside (October 31st, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m).
  • So much unlicensed merchandise!
  • Every Sunday (except holidays) from May-October, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - a great place to find artists, farmers, and all types of vendors selling their best stuff.
  • The South End is thick with over 250 artist live/work spaces & galleries, so you can see a lot of art in a few square blocks, buy directly from its creators. Eat at any of the famous restaurants.
  • Great gifts, art, vintage finds and food trucks. Spend a Sunday getting to know local artisans and enjoying the sunshine.
  • Check out all of the food trucks you can, especially Bon Me, the Froyo Truck, Clover and Roxy's Grilled Cheese
  • This market is for rich people.
  • A lot of places accept cash only. There is an ATM inside the SoWa Vintage store, but they'll hit you with a $3.50 service fee.
  • The highlight of my trip. Tons of amazing antique jewellery, food trucks and more. A real gem!
  • Dining Car Food Truck has the best Meatball Sub!
  • In 2013 they've moved most of the food trucks down to the parking lot behind Gaslighthead south on Harrison a few blocks to find them
  • Fantastic way to spend the day alone or with family.
  • Come early to avoid the long food truck lines. In the farmers mkt find the italian stand for pesto!
  • Open Studio time on the First Friday of every month. Come chat with the artists and catch some snacks and beer!
  • So of course Boston has free wifi at all the farmers markets in the city. This one has the best hand made sandwiches and fresh coffee and delicious men to drool over
  • Great place to spend an afternoon shopping or just to grab a coffee and sandwich
  • Full of food trucks, fresh things to populate your apartment, trendy jewelry, and a couple amazing coffee vendors.
  • Fancy hipster outdoor market and food truck stop. Great place of you love $4 iced coffees, $8 bread loaves and $38 t shirts
  • Absolutely brilliant open market. Even though most vendors except plastic, make sure to carry some cash. And don't leave before passing by the food trucks.
  • Love the fresh produce and coffee...

Nearby places

375 Harrison Ave (Traveler Street)
560 Harrison Ave (at Waltham St.)
Dewey Square