HMSHost and Boston Public Market debuted a new location of the iconic local market at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). “BPM at Boston Logan” is operated HMSHost at BOS, where the concessions program is managed by MarketPlace Development. The airport store features many of the same food vendors that are staples of the original downtown urban location.
“We are proud to partner with Boston Public Market as they open a location inside Boston Logan Airport,” said Ed Freni, Massport director of aviation, “The Market offers a variety of products that celebrate New England and it is another great spot for our passengers to enjoy while they’re at Logan.”
Designed to mirror the 100 Hanover Street location in downtown Boston, vendors display offerings in stall-style units surrounded by corrugated metal and salvaged barn board accents. Seating is available in the center of the space, and a “HUB” board displays Market news and promotions.
“Our goal at HMSHost is to combine culinary expertise, exemplary customer service, innovation, unique events and experiences to deliver an exceptional dining experience for travelers,” said Steve Johnson, CEO and President of HMSHost. “Travelers on layovers don’t always have time to get into Boston to taste the local flavors, so we partnered with Boston Public Market to bring Boston’s best culinary offerings into the terminal.”
BPM Logan’s menu features the most popular items by and from vendors at the Hanover Street location including Beantown Pastrami, Market Bagels, Mother Juice, and Red’s Best, which offers fresh lobster rolls, fish sandwiches, seafood-focused salads and more.
Concepts unique to BPM Logan include: BPM Fresh Eats, a fresh, seasonally focused salad bar; BPM On the Fly, offering quick, grab-and-go snacks and small gifts and artisanal items from a variety of local vendors; and Market Bar, a full-service bar highlighting New England-sourced beer, wine and liquor.
“We remain committed in providing local favorites when it comes to our brands at Boston Logan with the best food, beverage and retail that Boston and New England have to offer travelers, said Michael DiCosola, president of MarketPlace Development, which runs the concessions at BOS and other airports. “As we continue to elevate our passenger experience, Boston Public Market is the perfect example of our commitment to bringing our local roots to the airport.”