Hardly content to rest on his laurels after opening his mad-popular Southern joint in Davis Square, the dude behind M3 and Southie's American Provisions is at it again with this throwback Fort Point gourmet market that peddles everything from locally sourced meat, fish, and fromage, to craft beer, kale, and house-made charcuterie
Notice the handsome cafe pictured at top? Well, within said cafe, this Italian robot thingie is creating only the finest java.
And, like your roommate's new girlfriend even though he never really brought it up, Southie-based Blue Tierra Chocolate has also moved in, spinning their fancy choco-machine in that very same cafe
Interested in fresh meat not found in the Clerys basement? Then follow this sign to FREEDOM! Or meat, or whatever.
Under that sign, you'll find their deli, complete with white bar stools and a red vintage meat-slicer.
Sadly, the horse-and-carriage component of this dairy operation no longer makes financial sense.
The scales of justice tip heavily in favor of cheese wrapped in, um, some type of lettuce.
Sorry, white fromage.
And sorry, we're not sorry that you get to see this sexy couple feeding one another cubes of a washed-rind cow's milk cheese that's fittingly nicknamed "Anton's Red Love".
Prepare to be overwhelmed by their wall of local craft 22oz bombers.
Assuming you enjoy eating your bananas while seated at a table in the middle of the grocery store, you will likely find this a welcome image
Despite the fact that these carrots appear to be pickled in Brooklyn, there will indeed be an in-house pickler on hand.
And finally, here is where they'll ring up your Southie-made chocolates, and deli sandwiches, and local milk, and cheese wrapped in lettuce, and 22oz craft bombers, and in-house pickled veggies, and…