Become a Food Vendor
Food vendor applications for the 2016 Boston Seafood Festival are now OPEN!
Once you have successfully completed your form and press “Submit” You will be redirected to a paypal page and be able to pay online. Your form will only be accepted once payment has been received in full.
Being a vendor at the Boston Seafood Festival is both a fun and profitable experience. Thousands of people come in and out of the festival, giving your business tons of positive exposure. In addition to day of exposure we’ll also feature you on our site and link back to your home page. Besides the business, you’ll be able to get involved with a program that promises to keep the seafood culture of Boston alive. We’re doing everything we can to make sure the industry thrives and would love to have you join in!
- Thousands of potential customers attend the festival
- Pasts Vendors have included restaurants, food trucks and cafes!
- You’ll be featured on our website up until the next seafood festival
- We attract many people from all wakes of life which could increase your customer base
- Here to help – if you have questions or problems leading up to the event we’re here to help.
- Flexible to your needs – We’ll do as much as we can to be flexible and provide whatever it is you need!
This event is all about Boston and supporting the city we all love. Joining in the festival will surely help to support Boston – both financially and culturally. The Financial support for Boston is pretty self explanatory (and boring) but the cultural support is what we really love. Culturally, festivals likes around the world have kept industry’s history alive both for those attending and those reading about the festival online and in the press. The seafood festival revolves around the culture of the seaport and thus we have various events planned during the festival to help get more people involved.
Last year we brought restaurants from all over the Boston area together at the 2015 Boston Seafood Festival so that you could try your favorite seafood dishes and new seafood dishes all in one fun filled, seafood packed day!
Check out the crew we had “lined” up!
Behan Family Farms – Check out their raw bar featuring delectable nectar oysters and clams!
Big Rock Oyster – Shucked just for you! Check out the stellar local oysters and littleneck clams.
Captain Marden – New England clam chowder, lobster rolls, fish and chips, crab cake sandwiches.
Charles River Bistro –
Cherry Street Restaurant – Lobster rolls, crab meat rolls
Daily Catch – Fried calamari, fried scallops, fish + chips, grilled shrimp on a stick, calamari meatball with sauce, marinated calamari salad, and stuffed calamari – and french fries, if you still have room.
Dip It Sweet – Chocolate dipped fruits, whoopie pies, cannolis, chocolate apples and cupcakes – oh my!
Extreme Concessions – Italian sausages, hot dogs, gryos, chicken fingers, french fries, cotton candy
Jerry Remy’s Seaport – Cheeseburgers, for all you cow lovers out there!
J.P Seafood – Sushi rolls and seaweed salad!
No Name Restaurant – Fish chowder!
Spadafora Slush Company – Classic Italian slush, made locally in Malden, MA!
Spence & Co – smoked salmon, smoked salmon pinwheels
Sunny’s Seafood Ice Cream Truck
Temezcal Tequila Cantina – Lobster guacamole. Woah!
Yankee Lobster – Fried clams, fried shrimp, chicken fingers, and french fries!