Local Roots Market Closes on Hanover Street

After opening last winter, Local Roots Market has closed its doors this week at 402 Hanover Street. The urban farmers market specialized in locally sourced fruit, vegetables, bread, dairy and meats.

“It was tough to build up a steady clientele in a short amount of time,” said owner Marco Imbergamo who expressed disappointment about the closing. He wasn’t sure what would happen to the space, although the next owner might combine it with an adjacent empty storefront.

6 Replies to “Local Roots Market Closes on Hanover Street

  1. That’s too bad! The owners were really nice. It’s a hard location to do business in – it seemed they were blocked in half the summer from the feasts. I wish them luck with their next endeavor.

  2. I am so sad about this, they were such a great addition to the end of the street, they had quality products and were always so friendly, they will be missed for sure

  3. I’m sorry to hear this. I was excited when I first heard of this store, but every time I tried to shop there, they were closed… A tough location and bankers hours – I’m sadly not surprised by this.

  4. Sad that the nice young couple who ran it could not make a go of it. It was a great addition to the neighborhood.

  5. Great concept but too few products…every time we stopped in it looked very sparse. We were rooting for them (pardon the pun) because we need more options for good produce in the NE.

    1. worth noting however if there was a product you needed they would carry it for you, Marco was always good about that

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