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Your guide to the food and drink at Time Out Market Boston

Peruse the eateries inside Time Out Market Boston and even place your order through the buttons below

By Eric Grossman and Time Out Boston Staff

Time Out Market Boston spreads out across more than 29,000 square feet of prime Fenway real estate. Inside the expansive space are a handful of eateries that combine to form a best-in-the-city roster, including some of Boston’s best restaurants and chefs. You’ll find cold stations to one side, serving everything from donuts and smoothies to gourmet sandwiches. On the other side, you’ll find hot kitchens where pizzas are baked, pastas are prepped, and some of Boston’s most lauded chefs do their thing.

RECOMMENDED: How to order at Time Out Market Boston

Familiar with Time Out Market Boston? Several things have likely changed since you last visited. We’ve added a few things to keep you and our staff safe, like cleaning stations at all of the market entrances — lather up as many times as you’d like! — and funky partitions with city pride quotes you’ll want to capture for the ’Gram. Plus, we’ve introduced a new app that lets you order your food and drinks digitally. You’ll receive a notification when everything is ready to be picked up; it’s easy and contactless. Hang out with us—we’ll be social-distancing, following all of the CDC safety guidelines and adhering to the rules like the cool (responsible) kids you know us to be. (You can also order tasty morsels brought straight to your home—here's everything you need to know about ordering delivery.)

It’s a lot to digest, so we’ve outlined it here for you. Click on the eateries to learn more about each chef and restaurant and to learn about the menu available at the market. Specials change often so you’ll want to make your way to the Fenway for the most up-to-date information—and a taste, of course.

Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas


Restaurants Fenway/Kenmore

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

BISq, chicken sandwich
Adam DeTour Photography


Restaurants Fenway/Kenmore


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

Holly Rike

Cusser’s Roast Beef & Seafood

Restaurants Fenway/Kenmore

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

Gelato & Chill, Time Out Market Boston
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Gelato & Chill

Restaurants Fenway/Kenmore

Artisanal Italian Gelato

At Gelato & Chill, Vincent Turco uses traditional Italian recipes to create small-batch, handmade gelato using local, organic and additive-free ingredients. Try the classic gelato for something rich and creamy or the sorbeto if you’re in the mood for light and refreshing.

Signature dish: Stracciatella

Mamaleh's bagel
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Mamaleh’s Delicatessen

Restaurants Fenway/Kenmore

Jewish Deli

Kendall Square’s celebrated, modern-era deli brings its scrumptious smoked fish platters and juicy pastrami sandwiches—perfect for a filling meal or a quick nosh—across the river to the Fenway. You can’t go wrong with one of its hand-made bagels or satisfying egg sandwiches on a warm challah roll.

Signature dish: Pastrami Reuben

Michael Schlow's
Photograph: Clark Douglas

Michael Schlow’s

Restaurants Fenway/Kenmore

Italian Kitchen

With restaurants spanning the country, Michael Schlow is one of the most respected toques to emerge from the Boston dining scene this century. Find the James Beard Award winner slinging simple, honest dishes, such as his famous meatballs, and soul-warming pastas at his home-style Italian kitchen.

Signature dish: Mimi's famous meatballs with whipped ricotta

Monti Roman Pizzeria
Photograph: JP Karwacki

Monti Roman Pizzeria

Restaurants Fenway/Kenmore

Roman Pizza

Michael Schlow’s first-ever pizzeria specializes in Roman-style pizza made in a special wood-burning oven. Get your chewy, crispy pies topped with San Marzano tomatoes, flavorsome fennel sausage or decadent wild mushrooms and truffle. A handful of veggie starters offer a tasty break from the carb-loading.

Signature dish: Margherita pizza

Nu Burger
Photograph: Nu Burger

Nu Burger

Restaurants Hamburgers Fenway/Kenmore


You'll be the talk of the table when you introduce your foodie friends to the Market's latest incubator project, a brand new, innovative approach to burgers from Chef Nina Festekjian of anoush'ella. If you’ve tried Chef Nina’s take on the exotic flavors of her hometown of Beirut, Lebanon, buckle up for another taste explosion by way of her innovative beefy concoctions. 

Signature dish: Fenway Nu Burger

Revolution Health Kitchen
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Revolution Health Kitchen

Restaurants Fenway/Kenmore

Juice, Salads and Soups

Visitors looking for a healthful option are well served at Revolution, where satisfying salads, hearty soups and fresh juices are all designed to please the palate, cleanse the body and optimize one’s health. Menu highlights include a fresh acai bowl, veggie lentil soup and picture-perfect avocado toast.

Signature dish: Arugula and sprouted sunflower seed

Taqueria El Barrio
Photograph: Alex Sáenz

Taqueria El Barrio

Restaurants Fenway/Kenmore

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.

Union Square Donuts
Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas

Union Square Donuts

Restaurants Fenway/Kenmore


This award-winning doughnut shop takes its craft to the next level by making each donut from scratch every day; brioche dough is used to create light and airy pillows, each with a soft and fluffy texture. All glazes, sugars, jams, and creams are made in-house using real ingredients. Yum!

Signature dish: Vietnamese coffee donut

Time Out Market Bar
Photograph: Eva Sakellarides

Time Out Market Bar

Bars Fenway/Kenmore

Boston, we're know you're thirsty. That's why we offer a pair of bars to complement the unique culinary offerings of the Market. Guests can enjoy a variety of seasonal craft cocktails made with local spirits — you'll want to have your Instagram ready when sampling the lineup of cocktails inspired by pop music hits of the 90’s — and a carefully curated selection of international wines alongside fine beers from the region's most in-demand breweries. Ordering libations for takeout? Pick-up your drinks (remember to bring ID!) at Bar 1.


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