Time Out Market Boston Announces Exciting Additions to Lineup

As Time Out Market Boston prepares for its upcoming opening at 401 Park Drive in the heart of the Fenway neighborhood, the latest additions to its impressive culinary lineup have been revealed. Joining the curated mix of some of the city’s most acclaimed chefs and much-loved restaurateurs are BISq, Mamaleh’s Delicatessen, George Howell Coffee, Revolution Health Kitchen, Gelato & Chill and Michael Schlow, who will bring a second concept, dedicated to Roman-style pizza.

Time Out Market Boston is a food and cultural market bringing the best of the city under one roof: its best chefs, drinks and cultural experiences, based on editorial curation. Across over 25,000 square feet, there will be 15 eateries to choose from, plus two bars, a demo kitchen, a retail shop and local culture – all in one iconic space.

Previously announced chefs and restaurateurs to join Time Out Market Boston include Tony Maws, Peter Ungár, Union Square Donuts, and anoush’ella, as well as Tim and Nancy Cushman, who are taking over two kitchens for which the first details have now been revealed. One concept – Ms. Cluck’s Deluxe Chicken & Dumplings – will offer a creative spin on chicken and dumplings riffing on Asian cuisines; the second – gogo ya – will amp up the fun and look to reinvent the way we think about sushi by introducing Crispy Nori Sushi Tacos and Bento Bowls, some of which are inspired by o ya and Hojoko’s signature sushi and sashimi.

The latest culinary additions announced today will complement this stellar roster and serve an incredibly diverse range of cuisines, affordable and accessible for all:

BISq will serve mouth-watering charcuterie and cheese boards, and delicious sandwiches at Time Out Market Boston

Recognized by Wine Enthusiast as one of America’s best wine restaurants, BISq – the sibling of Bergamot – boasts a unique wine program paired with a rotating selection of the finest charcuterie (which became a star attraction at BISq). Chef Alex Saenz will offer an innovative lineup of mouth-watering charcuterie, cheese boards and eclectic sandwiches at Time Out Market. Guests can expect big and bold new interpretations of BISq-inspired dishes including savory salami, distinctive terrines and more seductive specialties—simple, elegant and bursting with flavors.

Michael Schlow will bring a Roman-style pizzeria to Time Out Market Boston

James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Schlow will bring a second concept to Time Out Market Boston. A self-proclaimed pizza lover, Schlow will offer Roman-style pizza – cooked in a special wood burning oven – that will be crispy, airy, with a slightly chewy crust topped with simple, flavorful ingredients. Schlow and his team are looking forward to offering classics like Pizza Margherita made with imported San Marzano tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and basil and Pizza Bianca with whipped ricotta, parmigiano, mozzarella, and rosemary alongside specialty pizzas topped with fresh ingredients such as artichoke, Tuscan kale, black olives, and chillies as well as one topped with prosciutto de Parma and baby arugula. In addition to pizza, he will offer a list of ever-changing small plates and salads. Schlow’s previously announced concept at Time Out Market Boston will showcase Italy’s superb cuisine with dishes such as House-made Cavatelli with spicy Italian sausage ragu.

Mamaleh’s Delicatessen will offer its delicious deli classics at Time Out Market Boston

Cambridge’s celebrated modern-era Mamaleh’s Delicatessen is known for its scrumptious smoked fish platters, pastrami sandwiches and elevated deli fare. Since opening its doors in Kendall Square in 2016, the restaurant has been Cambridge’s go-to deli and was named Best Deli by the Improper Bostonian in 2018. Mamaleh’s offers a lineup of smoked fish as well as meats (hormone-free and antibiotic-free) that are expertly cured, brined, smoked, roasted, braised, and steamed in-house. Perfect for a filling meal or a quick nosh, Mamaleh’s will be serving up its delicious signature sandwiches, satisfying platters and modern interpretations of deli classics at Time Out Market Boston.

 George Howell Coffee will bring its mission of seeking out the world’s best coffees to Time Out Market

Coffee pioneer George Howell has revolutionized the specialty coffee industry since the 70s with his artisan small-batch roasted coffee. The founder of The Coffee Connection and inventor of the Frappuccino, this award-winning Boston-based coffee expert celebrates the craftsmanship of his farm partners – working closely with them – in his quest for the ultimate cup. Time Out Market guests will get to enjoy George Howell Coffee’s signature menu of batch brewed single-farm coffees as well as a selection of micro-lot coffees on a single-cup pour over bar. In addition to a full range of espresso-based drinks, they will be offering seasonal coffee-based mocktails and a full line of pastries and desserts from Seven Stars Bakery and Praline. 

Revolution Health Kitchen will make Time Out Market visitors feel their best with a delicious and organic plant-based menu  

Co-owners Heather and Dominic Costa pair their passion for wellness with their dedication to create healthy and nutritious food that tastes great. At Time Out Market, Revolution Health Kitchen will be the city’s healthy hot spot, fueling fans with satisfying salads, hearty soups and fresh juices. Customers will not only taste the difference but feel the difference too. All the recipes are made to please the palate, cleanse the body and optimize one’s health. With their full menu of acai bowls, soups, salads, made to order juices, smoothies and toasts, they have designed nutritious, tasty meals for every part of the day.

Didier Souillat, CEO of Time Out Market said: “The opening of Time Out Market Boston is fast approaching and our curated lineup of the city’s outstanding culinary talent is nearly complete – it is a reflection of the city’s fantastic food scene. Time Out Market Boston will be a unique place you can visit in the morning, for lunch or dinner – or anytime in between – and enjoy great food, drinks and cultural experiences. It is where you can get a true taste of the city.

“Time Out Market is unlike anything else – it is the world’s first food and cultural market based wholly on editorial curation. Our local Time Out critics test and taste the best of the city and then we select and invite the very best to join Time Out Market. We are making fine dining casual, and casual extraordinary – we are dedicated to democratizing fine dining.”

The latest additions to the culinary lineup will join previously announced top chefs and restaurateurs, regarded as some of the best the city has to offer and serving an incredible range of cuisines at Time Out Market Boston: James Beard Award-winning Chef Tim and Advanced Sake Professional Nancy Cushman – known from their much acclaimed restaurants o ya and Hojoko Japanese Tavern – will take over two kitchens with a pair of Asian concepts; James Beard-Award winner Tony Maws will bring juicy Craigie Burger variations; Peter Ungár will serve up beautifully handcrafted dishes, known from his critically acclaimed Tasting Counter which he opened with this wife Ginhee Ungár in 2015; James Beard Award-winner Michael Schlow will focus on a menu full of simple, honest Italian ingredients; Union Square Donuts will offer delicious, artisan donuts and anoush’ella will bring Eastern Mediterranean flavors.

Time Out Market is rooted in the heritage of Time Out – a magazine created at a kitchen table in London in 1968 to inspire and enable people to explore and enjoy the best of the city. Since then, Time Out editors have been writing about the best food, drink and cultural experiences to help people go out better; today, a global team of local expert journalists is curating the best things to do in 315 cities in 58 countries across websites, magazines, social media and live events. Now this curation is brought to life at Time Out Market.

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