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Reliable Market
45 Union Sq, Somerville, MA 02143
This Asian grocery store is located steps away from Union Square. It boasts a wide selection of Japanese, Korean andMore Chinese products, such as more than 20 types of rice and an entire aisle dedicated to soy sauce and rice vinegar. There is an on-site butcher, sushi-grade fish and some exotic prepared foods. Reliable Market is one of the few local stores that sells beer and wine (both Asian and American varieties) along with groceries. 
Yoshi's
132 College Ave, Somerville, MA 02144

Located in the heart of Powderhouse Circle, Yoshi's has been providing reasonably priced Asian cuisine to theMore Somerville community for over 8 years. 

Specializing in sushi dishes, customers can walk into the restauraunt and up to the sushi bar, where they are able to watch the chef create fresh batches of sushi right before their eyes. Yoshi's also offers a huge menu of food options in addition to sushi, ranging from soups and salads to noodle dishes and meat combos. While most selections on the menu are Japanese, the restaurant also provides a selection of authentic Korean dishes.

In addition to providing fresh, quality meals inside the restaurant, Yoshi's also offers catering and delivery services.

Union Square Farmers Market
50 Union Sq, Somerville, MA 02143

From heirloom tomatoes and sweet summer corn to golden honey, fresh-cut flowers and artisanal breads, this farmersMore market is a hotspot for local farm produce and foodstuffs. But you'll find more than just juicy berries or crisp lettuce here. This unusual market was founded in 2005 by Union Square Main Streets and is co-sponsored by the City, so you'll find they always have the community in mind.

For one, the produce selection aims to serve the neighborhood's diverse population. Asian greens and South American squash are just as likely to be found as potatoes and carrots. Alongside the usual food stands, you'll also find helpful booths that share healthy recipes, present educational activities or highlight community groups. Theme days at the market focus on resident or broader issues, such as pedestrian concerns or climate change. Finally, to be sure everyone can load up on the good eats, SNAP, Union Square Market Tokens, and Farmers Market WIC coupons are accepted for payment (as are cash and credit). And, oh wait, they also feature live musical acts.

Add it all up, and a trip to this market is more than just shopping. It's the place for a festive and neighborly day out.