Special treat today! A guest post from Ciera. She’s a local blogger and graphic designer who has a fantastic eye and style. Enjoy!
Hi y’all, I’m so happy to be guest posting on Wicked Cheap in Boston today! I’m Ciera from Ciera Design. I moved to Boston about a year and half ago and started my Boston Photo Tour. I visit different areas of the city and document them through photos. It has been a really fun way for me to learn about the different areas of my new city!
Today, I would like to bring you all to Haymarket, Boston’s historic open air market! Here you’ll find the best deals on fresh produce in one of the oldest parts of the city, just steps away from the North End and Faneuil Hall.
While I thoroughly enjoyed my trip to this market, there are some misconceptions. Haymarket is not a farmer’s market. The produce here is not the freshest, and vendors may not be as polite as you may come across at a farmers market. However, it does offer produce at a very cheap cost, sometimes half the price of a normal supermarket! So if you are looking to stretch your dollar, and want a fun and colorful experience, I would definitely recommend checking out Haymarket!
The market is open on Fridays and Saturdays from dawn to dusk and has been in this location since 1830!
I’d love it if you stopped by to check out the rest of my Boston Photo Tour!
Thanks again, Ciera!
You can view more of her photos on Flickr here.
I’m always accepting guest posts! Do you have something you want to share with the WCB audience? It doesn’t have to be Boston related, even cheap things to do in your hometown would be fun to see. Email me at email@example.com if you’re interested.