Fenway’s Time Out Market ticks ever closer to an opening this spring, with an already stacked lineup of local culinary talent set to open restaurants within the 401 Park Dr. project. Today, Time Out announced several new names, adding gelato, coffee, pizza, and more to the forthcoming food hall. Time Out Market is one of several food halls set to take over Boston this year (and into the next few years), along with High Street Place in the downtown area.
With local chefs and restaurateurs Tim and Nancy Cushman, Tony Maws, Peter Ungár, and Michael Schlow already on board to fill the food hall, see below for more details on the newly added vendors preparing to operate within Time Out Market.
- Bisq: Inman Square’s Bergamot sibling will expand to Fenway with a selection of charcuterie, cheese boards, and sandwiches from chef Alex Saenz.
- Gelato & Chill: This gelato shop from Vincent Turco will feature small-batch gelato flavors like ricotta fig, pistachio, and creamy dark chocolate. There will be gluten-free and vegan options as well, including sorbets.
- George Howell Coffee: The local coffee roasting company and small chain of cafes will also have a presence in the market, serving its coffees with a pour over bar, batch brewed coffees, espresso-based drinks, and rotating coffee-based mocktails. There will also be pastries and desserts sourced from Providence’s Seven Stars Bakery and Belmont’s Praliné Artisanal Confections.
- Mamaleh’s Delicatessen: The Jewish-style delicatessen from Cambridge will serve sandwiches and more at Time Out.
- Revolution Health Kitchen: This juice bar from founders Heather and Dominic Costa currently operates near Boston’s Prudential Center. It will bring a menu of acai bowls, salads, soups, juices, and smoothies to Time Out Market.
Time Out announced a few more details regarding previously announced vendors as well:
- Michael Schlow: The Boston restaurateur behind Tico (and the now-shuttered Radius and Via Matta) — who also has a number of DC restaurants these days — will run two restaurants in the food hall, both Italian in nature. One, announced previously, will focus on pastas and marinated vegetables, while the second will serve Roman-style wood-fired pizza, with a crispy and slightly chewy crust. Look out for options like Margherita pizzas and others topped with vegetables, prosciutto, and a variety of cheeses.
- Tim and Nancy Cushman: The duo behind O Ya and Hojoko were already slated to open two restaurants at Time Out; now they’re officially confirming the names and details that had been making the rounds in recent job postings: Ms. Cluck’s Deluxe Chicken & Dumplings will serve its namesake items with some inspiration from Asian cuisines, while Gogo Ya will serve items like crispy nori sushi tacos and bento bowls, jumping off of Hojoko and O Ya’s sushi and sashimi selections.
When Time Out Market opens, it will span 25,000 square feet in the former Landmark Center. Fenway’s food hall will join an original in Lisbon, Portugal, and others slated to open in Miami, New York, Chicago, Montreal, Prague, and London. The Fenway location will ultimately have 15 restaurants, two bars, and a demonstration kitchen, with further retail options. Trillium Brewing Company has also signed on to operate a taproom just outside Time Out Market.