Have you visited Brothers Marketplace yet? Well if you have, you already know why you should go back – perhaps even today to help celebrate the Medfield‘s store very first birthday! The Medfield store is celebrating today, August 1, 2015 with all sorts of fun for the family. I hear there’s a dunk tank, potato sack races, a water balloon toss — plus a visit from an Empanada Truck!! Yes, please! Brothers Marketplace Medfield is located at 446 Main Street in Medfield.
But if you haven’t yet been to Brothers Marketplace it’s well worth a visit. It’s a neighborhood grocery store – the baby of Roche Bros. Supermarkets and it features handpicked selections of fresh foods, local products, prepared meals and all of your essentials.
Top Five Reasons to Visit Brothers Marketplace
- The atmosphere – the place is just gorgeous. I feel like I’m on vacation in California when I’m inside moseying around. I could mosey all day.
- Signature cookies made from scratch on site and – so big and so good. They sold 9,ooo this year!
- They totally support local producers and vendors.
- The original counter from when it was previously the location of Lord’s is still there – you can order a frappe, a rootbeer float, breakfast or lunch and enjoy it right there at the counter or outside al fresco! Plus, they have this giant farm table that you’ll want to experience – bring your laptop and stay awhile and enjoy the free wi-fi!
- It’s a people place – everyone there is lovely and kind. The Brothers “family” will go out of their way to help you and put a smile on your face. Brothers is full of good people.
So EAT. DRINK. BE LOCAL. Venture off to Brothers Marketplace today and see what they’re serving up today. You won’t be dissapointed. Follow @BrosMarketplace on Twitter and Brothers Marketplace on Instagram. #eatdrinkbelocal.
Let’s do it – let’s giveaway a $25 gift card to Brothers Marketplace so you can get in there and try it out for yourself. I’m so excited to offer this giveaway up to one lucky reader! Enter to win below!
Disclosure: I took part in two wonderful events with the folks from Brothers Marketplace to learn about their farm-to-table and #eatdrinkbelocal initiatives! All opinions are my own.