Like some variety when you go out to eat? Time Out Market Boston has you covered. Boston's first contemporary culinary hub boasts a tantalizing variety of curated food offerings, two top-notch bars and lots more. There is plenty of seating—both indoors and on a roomy, sun-splashed patio with lots of heaters—and some of the biggest culinary names in Boston are delivering a varied assortment of delicious dishes and 'Gram-worthy bites. Housed in the 401 Park Drive building, an Art Deco masterpiece built in 1929 as a Sears, Roebuck and Company warehouse, Time Out Market Boston follows in the footsteps of the wildly popular Time Out Market Lisbon, which opened in 2014 and is now Portugal’s most visited attraction with more than four million visitors annually.
Boston is ready to welcome back tourists with open arms (well, as open as they’ll ever be)—especially when it comes to visitors from overseas, who can once again travel to the U.S. as of November 8. Obviously, our city is slowly descending into chillier temps, which means we aren’t exactly the seafood-loving, beach-hopping tourist hotspot that we are in summertime (and we’ve yet to reach winter, with its cute skating rinks and holiday light displays). However, there’s still plenty of cool things to do in Boston right now. Whether it’s posting up with a drink in one of our oldest bars, escaping the wind at one of our world-class museums or even just chilling at some of our finest live music venues, you’ll have no shortage of activities when you’re in town. Need more persuading? Take a look at several suggestions below and start to plan your next trip to The Hub.