Pictured above from left to right is: Kim Tobojka, Helene Matteson of Urban Kitchen, Deb Scanlan of Grace Farm Organics, Alyssa Wise Taylor of Blue Hoot Soap Co., Rose Carbajal of Brooklyn Bath, Marla Bosworth of Back Porch Soap Co. and Robin Schmidt of Dragonfly Handmade Soap.
After brunch at Aquitaine we browsed and shopped in the South End.
South End Browsing & Shopping Sites
557 Tremont Street
Pet Shop Girls (Canine Shop)
400 Tremont Street
623 Tremont Street
Aunt Sadie’s (Candles and Gifts)
18 Union Park Street
Lekker Unique Home Furnishings (Interior Design)
1317 Washington Street
Flour Bakery & Café (Bakery)
(Best of Boston for 6 years)
1595 Washington Street
South End Buttery (Organic Bakery)
Boston’s Best for four years including 2010
314 Shawmut Ave.
Polka Dog Bakery (Canine Bakery)
246 Shawmut Ave.
J.E.M. Home (Gifts and Interior Design)
Bead & Fiber (Craft Store)
460 Harrison Ave.
2 Dartmouth Street
The trendy South End has a wide variety of dining choices - from restaurants to bars and cafes. You'll find Indian, French, Italian, Ethiopian and Thai just to name a few. The SoWa district is filled with art galleries and artists' studios. Just around the corner the South End Open Market, on Harrison Street, is where local artists and small businesses sell their wares on Sundays, from spring until fall. In addition, the South End is home to the Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) and the school for the Boston Ballet.
If you live in New England and make bath and body products, join our Meetup Group. We'll be meeting in NYC at the end of January to attend the NYIGF and shop in the Big Apple.