Fast-casual charcuterie business Kured — which has a storefront on Beacon Hill and delivers around Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville — will expand to Fenway food hall Time Out Market Boston on September 27, Time Out announced today, adding to the roster of over a dozen food and drink vendors.
Kured founder Gilli Rozynek, who describes her business as Sweetgreen or Chipotle for charcuterie, began the company as a delivery-only service on Cape Cod and around Greater Boston while she was participating in a start-up accelerator program at Boston College. The idea, though, came when she was living abroad in Madrid. “I got to learn a lot about charcuterie while I was there since it’s so ingrained in the culture,” Rozynek previously told Eater. “But more than the actual product itself, I really liked what it facilitated: It brought people together on a daily basis and powered real conversation.”
In June 2021, Rozynek opened the Beacon Hill storefront, which benefited from a bit of TikTok virality. Kured offers customizable charcuterie boards and cones, convenient for strolling around town while nibbling on locally sourced meats, cheeses, and accoutrements.
The Time Out location will offer a custom charcuterie box or cone — choose three meats, three cheeses, and three sides for a box or one of each for a cone — as well as a couple pre-designed boxes. The team will also offer pairings meant to complement whatever a customer is drinking from Time Out’s revamped bar, which now features cocktail recipes by some well-known local bartenders, such as Jackson Cannon (Eastern Standard, the Hawthorne) and Sam Treadway (Backbar).
Time Out Market Boston is now open daily for dinner, as well as lunch (and doughnut breakfast) on the weekends; various takeout and delivery options are available.