In late July, Time Out Market Boston reopened its doors with its best-of-the-city selection of stellar chefs and top restaurants, all curated by the editorial staff at Time Out Boston. Haven't been back in yet? Can't wait to see what's new? Here's a first look.
The reopening of Time Out Market Boston offers a Time Out Tastecation, the ultimate staycation destination where guests can send their taste buds on a culinary voyage. With more than 23,000 square feet indoors and a newly-expanded patio of 6,000 square feet, Time Out Market Boston now sprawls across 29,000 square feet. The Time Out Market team, along with the help of Samuels & Associates and Boston’s top chefs and restaurateurs, is welcoming guests back to 401 Park to taste exceptional dishes and beverages from local favorites and indulge in Boston’s inimitable and iconic culture — all with ample space to dine safely indoors and an expanded outdoor patio for lounging in the summer sun.
Time Out Market Boston continues to prioritize the health and safety of guests, employees, eateries and their teams. In addition to following government regulations and Boston’s protocols, Time Out Market’s intensified safety precautions and new systems implemented (take note of the new temporary hours!) will provide guests with an enjoyable dining experience.
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Hungry Bostonians will be able to (re)discover the Market's all-star lineup as it's rolled out in phases. The following eateries are currently firing up their kitchens:
anoush’ella: Enjoy Eastern Mediterranean cuisine made with fresh, authentic ingredients inspired by the Armenian-Lebanese heritage of owners Nina and Raffi Festekjian.
BISq: In addition to an eclectic mix of bountiful sandwiches, this Cambridge favorite will offer an expanded selection of big and bold new dishes from Chef Alex Saenz.
Cusser's Roast Beef & Seafood: Pick between the critically-lauded lobster rolls and mouthwatering roast beef sandwiches (made with rare wagyu) at Cusser’s, which began as a street-side takeout window at the Back Bay’s upscale Mooncusser Fish House.
Gelato & Chill: Gelato master Vincent Turco applies authentic and traditional Italian recipes to produce small batch, handmade gelato using organic and additive free local ingredients. Gluten free, vegan friendly treats are also available.
Greek Street: James Beard Award winner Jody Adams and her partners Eric Papachristos and Jon Mendez offer a cornucopia of savory treats at Greek Street, which is inspired by the trio’s travels to Greece.
Mamaleh’s Delicatessen: Cambridge’s modern-era deli serves up delicious signature sandwiches, satisfying platters and interpretations of comfort classics such as pastrami sandwiches, half-sour pickles, and smoked nova lox on their homemade bagels.
Michael Schlow's: James Beard Award winner Michael Schlow's Italian Kitchen celebrates honest Italian ingredients coupled with classic techniques.
Monti Roman Pizzeria: Michael Schlow's first take on Roman-style pizza produces picture-perfect, thin-crust pies.
Revolution Health Kitchen: Time Out Market visitors feel their best with RHK's delicious and organic plant-based menu.
Union Square Donuts: Co-Founder Josh Danoff and the team behind USD use the highest quality ingredients to create flavors boundary-pushing flavors like Sea Salt Bourbon Caramel and Brown Butter Hazelnut Crunch. As an addition to their offerings, Union Square Donuts will proudly pour specialty coffee and cold brew from the North Shore's Atomic Coffee Roasters on weekends.
The Market’s two bars complement the unique culinary offerings of the Market; come by on Saturdays and Sundays for the city's coolest Bloody Mary Bar. Guests can enjoy a variety of seasonal craft cocktails made with local spirits — you'll want to have your Instagram ready when sampling the creative lineup of stylish cocktails — and a carefully curated selection of fine beers from the region's most in-demand breweries.
When it comes to arriving and ordering, there are sanitization stations placed throughout the Market, and contactless ordering helps to avoid touching unnecessary surfaces. Delivery is available through DoorDash and Caviar, and anyone who is dining in at the Market can use the new Time Out Market app to pay for, track and receive their order before grabbing spots at tables fitted out with plexiglass partitions—just search for 'Time Out Market' on the App Store or Google Play to download the app.
All we ask is that you safely socially 'dish'-tance yourself from anyone other than who you come with during your visit. See you at the Market!