Eat Boutique Markets

Sweet & Sparkling Social with Mei Mei Kitchen and Royal Rose Syrups

by Amy Feiereisel
Sweet & Sparkling Social with Mei Mei Kitchen and Royal Rose Syrups

Do you love cocktails and scrumptious desserts? Did you miss our Donuts and Drip Coffee Social? We’ve got the next event all ready for you. Join us this coming Saturday, December 13, for a Sweet and Sparkling Social. For your $5 ticket, you reserve a one-of-a-kind dessert from MEI MEI RESTAURANT (recently named Boston’s Restaurant

Sunday Donuts & Drip Coffee Social with Eat Boutique

by Amy Feiereisel
Sunday Donuts & Drip Coffee Social with Eat Boutique

Today. Today is the day. Today Eat Boutique’s Holiday Pop-Up Shop opens its doors, and stays that way until just before Christmas! We are so elated and giddy and excited about this, because we get to be open for most of December,  instead of just one (crazy-lovely) day. And that means making our adorable space

Pop-Up Shop in Fort Point on October 18-19

by Maggie Battista
Pop-Up Shop at Fort Point Open Studios

I believe that craft food is edible art, so I’m excited to share that Eat Boutique will set up shop at Fort Point’s 35th Open Studios. This event celebrates the artists and artisans of Boston’s ever-evolving Fort Point neighborhood this weekend — Friday and Saturday, October 18-19. Take a stroll through 14 refurbished warehouses hosting

Eat Boutique at Boston Design Market

by Maggie Battista
Eat Boutique at Boston Design Market

I turned in the manuscript for the Food Gift Love cookbook last week. Oh my, I want to tell you all about it — the chapters, the recipes, all the feelings behind finally finishing 60,000+ words — but I’m going to reserve an entire story just to share. For now, I’m getting back out there

Spring Pop Up Shop at Fringe this Weekend

by Maggie Battista
Fringe Pop-Up Shop THIS Weekend!

So if you didn’t make it to our table at Anthropologie last weekend (and even if you did), you should definitely pay us a visit at the Eat Boutique Fringe Spring Pop Up Shop, April 5-6 – yes, that’s this weekend. Hooray for amazing collaborations with Fringe Union! In addition to a collection of spring-tastic

Anthropologie Pop-Up Shop THIS Saturday

by Maggie Battista
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So we’ll be seeing everyone’s bright, shining faces this Saturday in Harvard Square, right? We won’t let a little snow get us down, right? I hope you’ll brave whatever weather to find Eat Boutique on the second floor platform at Anthropologie’s Spring Farmers Market this Saturday, March 29, 2014. We will set up shop from 10:00am-3:00pm, sampling

Eat Boutique at Anthropologie on March 29

by Maggie Battista
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You might say I’ve become addicted to Pop-Up Shops… I get the chance to meet you all, talk about our favorite makers and their products, and the atmosphere is a little more relaxed than a full blown Holiday Market; I also love curating the perfect table of goodies for the season. Eat Boutique has a

What We’re Loving: YOU (and Market Photos!)

by Amy Feiereisel
What We’re Loving: YOU!

Sigh. It was wonderful. Truly, blue-ly, wonderful, and there are so many people to thank. The small-batch, come early and stay late, food-obsessed makers, the cookbook authors and food trucks, our ridiculously fantastic and devoted volunteers (who stuck around until the very end and unscrewed close to a hundred signs), and of course, of COURSE,

Tickets Still Available for the Eat Boutique Holiday Market!

by Kate H. Knapp
Tickets Still Available for the Eat Boutique Holiday Market!

Kate here! Can you believe that the Eat Boutique Holiday Market is in less than 24 hours? It just doesn’t seem possible. We’re so excited, however, to celebrate the holidays and boutique eats with you. If you don’t have your tickets yet, there are still a few left! Get your tickets now, though, because we would

Market Preview: Craft Beer Tasting

by Maggie Battista
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We take our beer seriously in New England and we’re elated that Rebecca Millette of Massachusetts’ Girls Pint Out will host a craft beer tasting at the Eat Boutique Holiday Market on Saturday, December 7. There are a few spots left so grab them now! Rebecca tells you what to expect below. -Maggie Back in

Eat Boutique Holiday Market is this Saturday (and Food Gift Wrap!)

by Maggie Battista
Eat Boutique Holiday Market is this Saturday (and Food Gift Wrap!)

Gosh, I cannot wait to see you on Saturday. Alright, I know full well that Eat Boutique readers span the globe (thankfully!). If you’re in the Boston, Massachusetts area, read on! If you’re beyond Boston, scroll down to the next image. This is a big week for Eat Boutique. The Eat Boutique Holiday Market is

Omega Olive Oil

by Amy Feiereisel
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Omega Olive Oil is quite the coy little operation; when I started looking around for the story behind the bottle, I found very little – namely, the paragraph sized About Us section on their website. But sometimes the most incredible operations are a little too busy for publicity, and that turned out to be the

Holiday Market Cookbook Shop and Cookbook Authors

by Rachel Wilson
Holiday Market Cookbook Shop and Cookbook Authors

As if small-batch artisan makers, Boston’s favorite food truck, full size pours of booze, and workshops weren’t enough, there’s yet another lovely component to this year’s Holiday Market. I think it’s safe to say that folks who eat boutique also appreciate a good cookbook – in fact, we usually swoon over them! What could be

Winter Wine Tasting

by Rachel Wilson
Winter Wine Tasting

L’Espalier. Oleana. Ribelle. Sarma. Recognize any of these names? Frank McClelland’s L’Espalier has been the go-to for fine dining in the Boston area for more than 20 years, and Ana Sortun has been creating outrageously inventive Middle Eastern dishes for just over a decade at Oleana. New on the scene, and already earning rave reviews, are

Market Preview: Slant Shack Jerky

by Lauren Keiper
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Jerky always meant one thing in my family: a successful hunt. With a father and brother that make their own jerky, I rarely needed to buy the gas-station variety (save for a long road trips). There is just nothing like fresh, really well-made jerky. Thankfully, Lauren shares with us a small-batch jerky maker that is not only delivering a high-quality meaty snack,

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