Friday, October 04, 2013

Local Roots Market in Boston's North End Has Closed

An "urban farmer's market" in the North End of Boston has closed after being in business for less than a year.

NorthEndWaterfront.com is reporting that Local Roots on Hanover Street shut its doors this week, with owner Marco Imbergamo saying that "It was tough to build up a steady clientele in a short amount of time." The market, which first opened over the past winter, featured locally-sourced produce, dairy products, and meat, with the emphasis being on fresh and healthy products.

It is not yet known what might be going into the space vacated by Local Roots; the article does say that there is a chance the next owner could combine the space with another empty one next door.

The address for this now-closed market in the North End was: Local Roots, 402 Hanover Street, Boston, MA, 02113.


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