November 11, 2022

NBC Boston


Snowport Boston 2022: Your Guide to All the Shops, Food and Drink Options

Snowport Boston, the winter village that pops up each year in Boston’s Seaport District, is reopening for the season on Friday.

This is the fourth annual Snowport, which features the Holiday Market at Snowport, a European-style, open air holiday market that is doubling in size this year, with over 120 small businesses. Nineteen different food and beverage concepts will also be included in the 10,000-square-foot outdoor dining space, which is three times as many as last year.

There is also iceless curling, large-scale classic games, the Tree Market at Snowport, and a holiday tree lighting and celebration, “Light Up Seaport,” on Dec. 2. Click here for the full calendar of events.

Snowport is located at 100 Seaport Boulevard in Boston’s Seaport District.

Here’s everything you need to know:


Snowport Hours of Operation

The Holiday Market is open seven days a week, from Nov. 11 through Dec. 31.

Regular hours are as follows:

– Monday-Thursday, from 3 to 8 p.m.
– Friday-Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
– Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

During the peak holiday season from Dec. 12 to Dec. 31, the market will extend its hours:

– Sunday-Thursday, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
– Friday-Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Snowport Shopping Highlights

Shoppers will find a variety of unique items, including art, accessories, jewelry, decor, gourmet treats and more. Here are some examples:

– Vintage apparel from The Drift Collective (New)
– Original artwork from Fort Point local J. S. Dykes (New)
– Bags and accessories made from recycled sails from Oceanum Vela (New)
– Handmade home décor and cactus gifts by Happy Cactus Gifts (New)
– Artwork and DIY punch needle kits from Homebody DIY (New)
– Holiday themed small business called A Rockin Retro Christmas (New)
– Whimsical lobster nativity scenes by Lobster Nativity Scene (New)
– Handmade scented goods from House of Art & Craft (New)
– Nature-inspired jewelry by Gratinsta (Returning)
– Luxury-handcrafted beauty brand Buttah Beauty (Returning)
– Irish trinkets from The Irish Spirit (Returning)
– Winter Apparel made in Boston by Wears Woody (Returning)
– Chocolates made in Truro by Chequessett Chocolate (Returning)

Snowport Food & Drink

Some of the food and drink options at Snowport include:

– A 10,000-square foot dining space will once again be transformed by Tuscan Kitchen, complete with a heated tent with seating, including a new après ski themed lounge with bold red Adirondack chairs accompanied with faux fire pits
– Tuscan Kitchen is serving festive craft cocktails (Mistletoe Margarita and Pear with Santa), warm drinks (Feliz Navidad and Christmas Mulled Wine), a selection of beers and wines plus boilermaker winter shots, and Neapolitan pizza, meatballs, arancini, and more from the wood-burning oven
– Bluefin (formerly Hooked) returns with hearty bisques, chowders, lobster mac n’ cheese, and a new raw bar
– Newcomer ZaZ Food Truck is serving Caribbean jerk chicken, hush puppies, and coconut shrimp
– Traditional French crepes in sweet and savory options from The Frenchman’s Crepes
– Plant-based baked goods by Clarke’s Cakes & Cookies
– Beautiful decorated sweet treats from Love and Flour Bakery
– Hot chocolate with chocolate truffles by The Fat Cactus
– Unique empanadas and sauces from The Nada Cart
– Soft and freshly baked waffles from Naughty Waffles
– A variety of farm fresh products by Stone Ridge Orchard

Other Snowport Features

– A stunning new 10-foot-tall Mistletoe Archway
– Present Place featuring a backdrop of colorful, oversized gifts
– The Winter Wish Wall, a 25-foot interactive chalkboard where guests can share their holiday wishes
– Boston Children’s Museum special pop-up exhibit, Dinos in Space

Visit and follow @seaportbos to learn more.

By Marc Fortier

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