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The 5,500-square-foot shop plans to offer a large selection of cheeses, locally made chocolates, ice creams, locally grown produce, and pre-made foods.
“This market isn’t like a supermarket or your corner store,” said owner Jason Owens, who helped start South Boston's Local 149 and American Provisions.
The store is slated to open mid-week in the neighborhood, which Owen’s said is a great fit for his shop.
“[Fort Point] is a great historic area of Boston and it has a lot of character,” said Owens. “This neighborhood is perfect for a progressive shop format.”
In addition to the retail options, the store will also feature a full-time chef, in-house pickling, wine tastings, and cooking classes.