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Boston — By Maria Olia on May 23, 2010 at 11:45 pm
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A Moveable Feast: Boston Picnic Provisions

Kick back and relax. Enjoying a picnic in a park is a pleasant way to spend a summer afternoon or evening in Boston and these local specialty grocers deliver the gourmet goods.

DeLuca’s Market (11 Charles St., Boston)(Map) and (239 Newbury St., Boston)(Map) is one of the best local purveyors of gourmet fare.This is truly one-stop picnic shopping as you can buy your wine here too.

Sel de la Terre Boulangerie (255 State St.,Boston). Located on Long Wharf , this is a convenient place to pick up picnic provisions- pates and terrines, fresh baked breads, sandwiches and drinks- before you board the ferry to the Harbor Islands. (map)

Fromaggio Kitchen (244 Huron Ave., Cambridge)(Map)sells the best in domestic and international cheeses . Find all kinds of specialty ingredients from  around the world including fine olive oil and other artisan products in this elegant shop. (map)

Cardullo’s (6 Brattle St., Cambridge)(Map)This family-run, Harvard Square institution tempts with sandwiches to-go, chocolates, breads, cheese, and wine. (map)

Haymarket (along Blackstone St., Boston). Open only from dawn -dusk on Fridays and Saturdays, this is the place for last -chance bargains on vegetables, fruit, bread,  and other produce. (map)

Image credit: Boston Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, David Fox

Related places:
  1. A
    DeLuca's Market
    11 Charles Street Boston, MA 02114
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  2. B
    DeLuca's Market
    239 Newbury Street, Boston, MA
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  3. C
    Sel de la Terre
    255 State St, Boston, MA, 02109, United States
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  4. D
    Formaggio Kitchen
    244 Huron Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138
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  5. E
    Cardullo's Gourmet Shoppe
    6 Brattle St, Cambridge, MA, 02138, United States
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  6. F
    Haymarket International Food
    88 Blackstone Street, Boston, MA
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