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2019 Will Be the Year of the Food Hall in Boston

Plus, a Beacon Hill mainstay is closing — and other top stories from the week

Rendering of Time Out Market Boston
Rendering of one of Boston’s forthcoming food halls, Time Out Market, slated to open in Fenway next year
Elkus Manfredi Architects

As the week draws to a close, here’s a look back at the most-read stories this week, from a Provincetown booze crawl to a map of where to eat hot pot around town:

  1. Downtown Boston Gets a Massive Food Hall Next Spring: High Street Place will span more than 18,000 square feet with 22 vendors.
  2. Go to Provincetown This Summer and Drink at These Bars: A little bit of the East End, a little bit of the West End, and, sure, the Old Colony, too.
  3. New Freedom Trail Restaurant Stuffs Everything Imaginable Into Mac and Cheese: Sons of Boston is now open, with a side of cheeky decor.
  4. Where to Eat Hot Pot in and Around Boston: Semi-DIY dining at its very best.
  5. A Persian Mainstay on Beacon Hill Is Closing Its Doors in August: Lala Rokh has been open for nearly a quarter of a century.
  6. A Musician- and Artist-Friendly Deli Could Open in Boston: Deep Cuts Deli will serve as a sandwich shop and an artist sanctuary.
  7. Sunday Barbecue Pop-up Hits Cambridge Cocktail Destination: Plus, a New Haven pizza video interlude, and more news.
  8. The Rebooted Chipwich Lands at Stoked Pizza: Plus, Necco has abruptly shut down in Revere, and more news.
  9. The Hottest New Brunches in Boston Right Now, Summer 2018: Tired of your usual brunching routine?
  10. Worcester’s Last Jewish Deli May Close After Almost a Century in Business: And more dining news from Boston’s suburbs and beyond.

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