Earlier this week, Graffito took a field trip to Iron Works in South Boston, one of the most exciting retail projects in the City. With a unique mix of tenants that includes experiential retail, food & beverage, recreational, maker and educational uses, this strip of industrial space along Old Colony Avenue has quickly been transformed into an exciting destination. By the way, there are two remaining retail spaces left in this dynamic mixed-use project – click HERE for more info!

One of the more novel concepts calling Iron Works home is Mei Mei – equal parts dumpling factory, dumpling bar and class space. This women-led, BIPOC business is at the very intersection of commerce, casual dining and in-person experiences. The Graffito team took one of Mei Mei’s classes, a 2-hr deep dive into the art of dumpling making. The class was not only fun, informative and tasty, but it also made dumpling making feel more accessible and achievable at home. We’ll be making a return visit to Mei Mei for their scrumptious bites and highly recommend their dumpling-making classes for all ages!

Check out some pics from our outing below, and a video way down below. Thanks Mei Mei!

Here’s a little video we made of our trip to Mei Mei…Starring the Graffito SP team and Rachel Cortez, master dumpling maker and intstructor.

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