Bib up, Boston, because the city is about to get even more delicious.
Time Out Group today announced it is launching a new destination for food and drink lovers in Fenway in 2019. The Time Out Market Boston—set to occupy the ground floor of the historic 401 Park Drive building, formerly Landmark Center—will showcase the city's best restaurants, bars and cultural offerings, all handpicked by Time Out's editors.
Yep, that's award-winning chefs, drink-slingers and artists from across the city all under one roof.
The Market will be the third such project Time Out has launched globally. The hugely popular Time Out Market Lisbon opened in 2014, and Time Out Market Miami will open in South Beach in 2018. The Boston market will be the first venture in the Northeast.
Like some variety when you go out to eat? Time Out Market Boston has you. The new market will feature 16 curated food offerings, plus two bars, a cooking academy and shopping.
Want to feel the sun on your face as you hoe down on the city's best dishes? We hear you: The Market will have patios galore for alfresco good times.
Ambience your thing? Get an eyeful of the historic 401 Park Drive building, the Art Deco masterpiece built in 1929 as a Sears, Roebuck and Company warehouse, which will house Time Out Market. Local firm Elkus & Manfredi Architects has designed a complete restoration of the building's ground floor.
For a preview of Time Out Market Boston, look to Time Out Market Lisbon, which has, in just three years, become the Portuguese capital's number-one tourist attraction. Some 3.1 million people visited the Lisbon Market in 2016, exploring its 26 restaurants, eight bars and cafés, five shops and more. You can get a glimpse at the foodie phenomenon below:
And if you want more delicious details on the upcoming Miami market, head over to Time Out Miami.
Time Out Market Boston isn't the only exciting new thing coming to the city from the Time Out team. The company—which is present in 108 cities across the world—will shortly be expanding its editorial coverage of Boston, with local experts, writers and tastemakers unearthing and showcasing the best things to eat, drink, do and experience in the city.