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Drink Your Way Through The South End Open Market

The South End Open Market kicked off the summer season at the beginning of May with a new location at Ink Block.

Visitors to the eclectic Sunday spot in the South End can now enjoy one more added bonus in the form of alcoholic drinks. 

The market has partnered with Crash line Productions and from this weekend will start selling Sam Adams beer, a selection of wines from Wicked Wines, Angry Orchard and Truly Spiked & Sparkling hard seltzer.

Beers and ciders will be reasonably priced at $5 a drink while prosecco and mimosas will be $6. The drinks will be joining the mix of food trucks, craft markets and farmers markets that are already open at the market every weekend. 

The South End Open Market launched at its new location this spring at 375 Harrison Avenue after splitting from the SoWa. The two markets are still in competition, but this addition of booze makes them both even in their offerings. 

The new Ink Block developments are beautiful apartments in the South End with an eclectic mix of design and events such as the market surrounding it. 

The market is open every Sunday from 10AM to 4PM until October 30th. Visitors can enjoy beer and wine from 11AM starting this weekend. 

To find more about living at Ink Block contact us as leasing@advisorsliving.com

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