Time Out Market Boston features a tasty cornucopia of curated food offerings, plus two bars and lots more. There is plenty of seating—both indoor and outside—and some of the biggest culinary names in Boston are on hand to deliver a varied assortment of delicious dishes and killer bites. The market's stunning home can be found in the revitalized 401 Park Drive building, an Art Deco masterpiece built in 1929 as a Sears, Roebuck and Company warehouse.
The food hall trend that’s swept the country has been established in Boston for years now, with the Boston Public Market and the Time Out Market opening in the past decade. It’s no surprise, people love having so many options from the best restaurants around the city all under one roof. Whether you want to try bites from different chefs, or please a big crowd of family and friends, food halls are a guaranteed crowd pleasing casual hang. If you’re looking for something more full service, check out our guides to the best steakhouses in Boston, best Italian restaurants in Boston, or best Japanese restaurants in Boston.
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