As I emerged from South Station just after noon I passed by the farmer's market on my way to the Financial district. I didn't have much time to stop but I lingered long enough to notice that there were roughly twice as many bakeries than farms with booths. I'm used to one or two bakers but more than 2x as many as farms? I love baked goods as much as anyone on this earth but I thought that was odd for a "farmer's market".
Supply and demand perhaps, but I also noticed the relatively few farm stands were more crowded and one had a line of 7 people deep just at the cashier. Has anyone else noticed this at Dewey Square? Is it like this every week?