The popular Trillium Garden located on Atlantic Avenue at High Street will return for another season of craft beers and local wines on the Greenway.

Trillium Beer Garden on the Greenway, June 2017 (NEWF photo)

If this past weekend’s sunshine had you looking for a local outdoor spot to gather with friends and family, then you’ll be pleased to hear Trillium has announced its return to The Greenway across from Rowes Wharf for Summer 2018!

The Garden will open in late May and run through the end of October, weather permitting. They will be serving a variety of Trillium Brewing Company draft beers and local wines from Westport Rivers Vineyard.

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Similar to last year, the Trillium Garden will be open five days a week – Wednesday through Sunday. This season there will also be improved seating and more accommodating hours of operation.

Trillium Founders JC and Esther Tetreault

“Our goal has always been to build a strong community and share what we do. The Trillium Garden on The Greenway gives us a unique way to connect with our Boston-area fans and a perfect showcase for visitors to enjoy summer in the city. Come in for a beer after work or spend a whole Saturday afternoon on The Greenway with your family… the environment is perfect for any gathering opportunity.” – Trillium Co-Owner Esther Tetreault

More details about the hours and the exact opening date will be announced in the next few weeks. Follow @TrilliumGarden on Twitter for the latest updates.

Trillium Beer Garden on Atlantic Avenue at High Street, 2017 (NEWF photo)

“Last year, the Trillium Garden on The Greenway was an unqualified success as Boston’s first open-air beer garden in a public park, and we are thrilled to again partner with such a great local brewery.” – Jesse Brackenbury, Executive Director of the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy.

Trillium’s return to the Garden is a continuation of the Greenway Conservancy’s innovative uses of public space, including 400 free events, seven dramatic water features, all-organic horticulture program, community-oriented Play program, and award-winning contemporary public art exhibits.

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  1. What a shame, so many of us were hoping it would be moved to a location that is appropriate. The corner it is on is very congested, noisy to residents, and dangerous.
    Bad news !

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