Category Archives: Gourmet Market News

Love wine? Don’t Miss Our Fine Wine Tasting. Save the Date!

Frank Anthony Wine Tasting

Look. Swirl. Smell. TASTE FREE Fine Wine Tasting: Estancia Chardonnay & 7 Moon Dark Red Blend @ Frank Anthony’s Gourmet Market in Seaport Boston Friday, October 12th. 5pm-7pm, Save the Date! Estancia Chardonnay Cooled by the morning fog and far enough from the Monterey Bay to get a long, daily dose of sun, Monterey County is […]

Seaport District’s Harbor Way Plaza with Augmented-Reality Feature

Seaport District’s Harbor Way plaza opening with augmented-reality feature

20,000-square-foot space between 101 Seaport and 121 Seaport will cover 1896 shipwreck discovered during construction On Thursday, August 30, developer Skanska unveiled its Harbor Way public plaza between two of the company’s office projects, 101 Seaport Boulevard and 121 Seaport Boulevard in the Seaport District. Mayor Marty Walsh and Joe Bagley, the city’s archaeologist, were […]

Take a look at the Seaport’s newest office

Take a look at the Seaport’s newest office

Swedish construction and development firm Skanska has started work on Two Drydock, a 225,000-square-foot, 12-story office in the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park on the edge of Boston’s Seaport District. The office is the latest new construction project along a busy stretch of Boston’s Seaport District. It’s going up across the street from a 400-room […]

Omni Boston Seaport Hotel breaks ground in the Seaport District

Omni Boston Seaport Hotel officially breaks ground in the Seaport District

The 1,055-room inn will be the fourth-largest hotel in Boston—but there is some controversy about its name What will be the fourth-largest hotel in Boston is officially underway following a May 22 groundbreaking that drew VIPs such as Gov. Charlie Baker and Mayor Marty Walsh. The $550 million Omni Boston Seaport Hotel will plant 1,055 […]

Amazon will bring 2,000 new jobs to Seaport

Amazon will bring 2,000 new jobs to Seaport - Frank Anthony's

Amazon.com Inc. announced today it will hire for 2,000 new tech jobs in the Seaport once it takes over 430,000 square feet of office space at the next phase of office development in Boston’s Seaport Square. The announcement confirms Boston Business Journal reporting from February and is independent from the Seattle company’s ongoing search for […]

Seaport ferry closer to takeoff

Seaport ferry closer to takeoff

A new ferry service from North Station to the Seaport — funded by some of the Seaport’s biggest employers and run by the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority — could begin by September, the MCCA said. “Not only do we want to move people and product effectively and efficiently off of our property but as it […]

Happy Holidays and A Happy New Year !

Happy Holidays and A Happy New Year

With the Holidays upon us and 2017 drawing to a close, it’s a great time to look back at this unforgettable year at Frank Anthony’s Gourmet Market. I’m immensely proud of the hard work from our FA’s team to make Frank Anthony’s one of the best Gourmet Market’s in the City of Boston – Seaport, […]

Throwing a Great Office Holiday Party

Throwing a Great Office Holiday Party

It’s office party season, and you’ve all been working very hard. Here are Frank Anthony’s tips for throwing a great office holiday party. Get the Details of Office Holiday Party Out Early First, pick a date well in advance. The holidays are a busy time for everyone. Pick a place, ideally a place that’s close […]

Healthy Spinach and Cheese Lasagna

Healthy Spinach and Cheese Lasagna

You wouldn’t think that lasagna could be a lean and delicious dish until you have tried this low-calorie spinach lasagna recipe. You can see from the ingredient list that it doesn’t even take a whole lot of ingredients to make up this yummy dish. And the ingredients that are included are relatively lean. Instead of […]

Pasta e Fagioli

Pasta e Fagioli - Frank Anthony's Gourmet Market

Pasta e fagioli, meaning “pasta and beans”, is a traditional Italian dish. Like many other Italian favorites, including pizza and polenta, the dish started as a peasant dish, being composed of inexpensive ingredients. Today it can be widely found even in restaurants that do not specialize in Italian cuisine. It is often pronounced pasta fazool […]