Eateries in the Market
Eastern Mediterranean The South End favorite—whose name derives from an Armenian expression of love—churns out colorful Eastern Mediterranean dishes. From the crave-worthy mezze and flavorful wraps to its filling bowls, anoush’ella uses only the freshest, authentic ingredients. Signature dish: Chicken za’atar wrap
Sandwiches Recognized by Wine Enthusiast as one of America’s best wine restaurants, Cambridge’s BISq serves an important role at Time Out Market Boston. Customers can enjoy fresh juicy chicken (perfectly fried or roasted and garlicky) plus gourmet sandwiches such as a savory Cubano or roasted pork with sweet potato, salsa and aioli. Signature dish: Pork belly sandwich
Taqueria El Barrio
Spice up your meal with authentic Mexican flavors from Servio Garcia and Chef Alex Sáenz. After a well-received stint down the street near Boston University, Taqueria el Barrio has been brought back to life at Time Out Market, delighting area foodies who grew accustomed to fine flour tortillas made in-house, gourmet nachos, glorious quesadillas and addictive tacos, filled with savory, flavorful, lovingly-prepared meats—good luck choosing between asada, pastor, carnitas or birria—or even spicy vegan chorizo. Make your life easier and get a fistful of tacos.
Cusser’s Roast Beef & Seafood
Roast Beef and Lobster Rolls You’ll be cussing at the moon when forced to pick between the critically-lauded lobster rolls and mouthwatering roast beef sandwiches at Cusser’s, which began as a street-side takeout window at the Back Bay’s upscale Mooncusser Fish House. Chef Carolyn Johnson is inspired by the popular roast beef and seafood shacks that dot the North Shore, and her gourmet interpretations of comforting classics will forever change the way you view sliced beef on a bun; here, the nourishing sammies are made with rare, all-natural wagyu and decadent toppings. Don't forget to round out your order with crispy onion rings or hand-cut fries. Signature dish: lobster roll