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Eat Boutique

December 02, 2015 11:30 ET

Eat Boutique Holiday Market Opens for 2015 Season

Unique Holiday Pop-Up Market in North Allston Brings Local, Carefully Curated Makers, Expertly Chosen Food Gifts and Festive Events

NORTH ALLSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Dec 2, 2015) -  Eat Boutique, the award-winning stylish food gift resource and story-driven shop for the crafty cook and do-it-yourself food fan, will open its 2015 Eat Boutique Holiday Market Friday, Dec. 4, at 267 Western Ave., North Allston, Mass., near Harvard Business School. The Eat Boutique Holiday Market will provide a unique market experience that features local and carefully curated makers, prominently showcasing their products and allowing guests to leave the market with fully wrapped gifts.

Running through Sunday, Dec. 20, the pop-up Eat Boutique Holiday Market will feature small-batch makers who have been personally invited to set up shop in the market, including Apotheker's Kitchen, Hosta Hill, Bonnie's Jams, Black Magic Coffee Co., Loyal Supply Co., Baxter's Fine Candies and more. There will also be special food gifts at the "Le Parfait for the Holidays" gift station.

"Many of the makers are local to the area and without a brick-and-mortar location to share their stories and their products," said Maggie Battista, founder and editor-in-chief, Eat Boutique, who just released her first cookbook "Food Gift Love." "What makes the Eat Boutique Holiday Market unlike any other food event in Boston and beyond is that we've tested and approved all the food gifts, which were chosen for their aesthetic packaging and unforgettable flavors. All the gifts can be wrapped on the spot, providing food gifters opportunities to complete all their holiday shopping at one location." 

The shop reflects the gift-giving trend toward local, useful products and those that offer an experience.

In addition to the makers, the Eat Boutique Holiday Market will also feature festive events, including workshops and cookbook signings with authors such as Joy the Baker, Adrianna Adarme, Alana Chernila, Joanne Chang and Battista herself. Happy Hours with local chefs and restaurateurs and lively discussions about the pangs of last-minute holiday preparation hosted by Jonathan Soroff will also take place. The market will also offer a different daily food truck for hungry shoppers, including Mei Mei Street Kitchen, Sheherazad and Daddy's Bonetown Burger. There will also be a variety of unique giveaways happening at the market and through social media.

Battista will be on-site to provide helpful insights to visitors by personalizing their shopping experience and answering any questions they may have about the market, makers and more.

The market will be open Wednesdays-Fridays 2 p.m.-8 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m.-5 p.m. For more information about the 2015 Eat Boutique Holiday Market, including a full list of makers, visit its website and Facebook.

About Eat Boutique
Eat Boutique is the go-to resource for all things food gifts, including one-of-a-kind, small-batch products and inspirational articles. The award-winning online shop features food gifts and story-driven recipes for everyday cravings, special occasions and for anyone who needs a little food gift love -- and, really, who doesn't?! Follow Eat Boutique here: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and Pinterest. Follow Eat Boutique's founder Maggie Battista here: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

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