Time Out Boston, a new (and highly anticipated) food hall has announced that it will open to the public in its new Fenway location on Thursday, June 27, 2019. Time Out brings together some of Boston’s best chefs under one roof. Think Faneuil Hall but amped up several notches; at least this was what Sergio and I thought after we stumbled upon Time Out Lisbon (shown below).
Occupying the ground floor of the 401 Park Drive building in the Fenway (just blocks from Fenway Park), Time Out Market Boston will showcase the city’s best chefs and restaurateurs, drink-slingers and cultural offerings, all handpicked by Time Out’s editors. The curated mix showcases 15 food offerings, two bars, a cooking academy, one retail shop and artists from across the city all in one iconic site–an Art Deco masterpiece built in 1929.
Some of the culinary options that will be a part of Time Out Boston include:
- BISq (sibling restaurant to Bergamot) will serve mouth-watering charcuterie and cheese boards
- Roman-style pizzeria from award-winning chef Michael Schlow
- Mamaleh’s Delicatessen will offer its delicious deli classics
- Chef Tim and Nancy Cushman – known for their restaurants o ya and Hojoko will take over two kitchens with a pair of Asian concepts
- James Beard-Award winner Tony Maws will serve Craigie Burger
- 2 bars featuring seasonal craft cocktails, local beers, and a selection of more than 20 wines
Time Out Market Boston hours will be Mondays–Thursdays from 7:30 a.m.–11 p.m., Fridays from 7:30 a.m–midnight, Saturdays from 9 a.m.–midnight, Sundays from 9 a.m.–11 p.m.
Time Out has aggressive growth plans after the success of the hugely popular Time Out Market Lisbon which opened in 2014. Time Out Markets are also set to open in Miami, New York, Chicago and Montréal in the coming year with more planned globally. You can learn more about Time Out food halls here.