Dispensary Near the Blue Line – Welcome to BOUTIQ Boston

Top Boston Dispensary, Steps Away from the Maverick Blue Line Station

Adult Use Cannabis, Edibles and Concentrates

Looking for a new dispensary near the Blue Line? BOUTIQ Boston is steps away from the Maverick Blue Line station at 71 Maverick Square. We are the closest dispensary to Logan Airport and easy to reach from Boston’s waterfront, financial district and North End.

At BOUTIQ in Maverick Square, our mission is to make extraordinary cannabis experiences accessible to all. If you need to manage symptoms, unlock your creativity or simply relax, our exceptional staff will guide you to products that you will love. We carefully select everything we offer, and we provide the kind of expert advice and personal service that you find in high-end restaurants and wine shops.

Other Boston dispensaries are happy just to have you buy. We want to make sure you love what you buy.

Visit Our Dispensary Near the Blue Line

71 Maverick Square, East Boston, MA 02128

Take the Blue Line to BOUTIQ from Logan Airport

Take a shuttle bus from your terminal to Airport station, then take the MBTA Blue Line inbound one stop to Maverick. Walk toward Maverick Street and you will see our dispensary on the right. We are one of the dispensaries closest to the MBTA on the way into Boston.

Take the Blue Line to BOUTIQ from Revere Beach, Wonderland and Winthrop

Take the Blue Line inbound to Maverick station. Walk toward Maverick Street and you will find us on the right-hand side, between Taco Mex and Bella’s Market.

Take the Blue Line to BOUTIQ from Downtown Boston and the North End

Take the Blue Line outbound toward Wonderland and hop off at Maverick. BOUTIQ is a quick stop for those spending the day at Revere Beach.

Facts About the MBTA Blue Line

Boston’s subway system is the oldest in the United States, and the MBTA Blue line, which runs from Cambridge Street to Revere Beach, has its own claims to history. It was the first subway built beneath a body of water, opening for streetcar service in 1904, and the first subway to provide service to a commercial airport.

As part of the MBTA’s system-wide rebranding in 1965, the East Boston Tunnel & Revere Extension, also known as Route 3, was renamed the Blue Line because the majority of the tracks ran underwater or along the Massachusetts coastline. This is similar to the Green Line, which was named for its proximity to Frederick Law Olmstead’s “Emerald Necklace” of parks stretching from Boston to Brookline.

The Blue Line is the gateway to Boston for people arriving at Logan Airport, as well as a vital commuter link for the North Shore communities of East Boston, Winthrop, Revere and Lynn. During the summer months, riders throughout the MBTA system use the Blue Line to escape the city heat with a quick ride to Revere Beach.

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