Boston Public Market is one of the best public markets in the country, according to USA Today readers.
The market was named tenth in a reader voted poll by the newspaper. Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia got first place.
Two markets in Ohio were ranked in the top 10, with West Side Market in Cleveland coming in second and Findlay Market in Cincinnati coming in third.
“A visit to a public market often offers insight into a community through its foods and artisan goods,” USA Today said.
Boston Public Market was noted for its seasonality.
“This year-round, indoor market features 30 New England food producers and artisans selling fresh produce, prepared foods, crafts and other specialty items,” USA Today wrote. “Everything sold comes from New England with a focus on seasonality.”
It features 30 New England artisans and food producers under one roof. Customers can find fresh produce, meat and poultry, eggs, dairy, seafood, baked goods, specialty items, crafts, and prepared breakfast, lunch, and dinner options.
“Everything sold at the Market is produced or originates in New England, as the seasons allow,” the website states.
It is currently open Wednesday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.