What: 401 Park
Where: Boston
Owner: Samuels & Assoc.
Built: 1928 

Time Out Market has opened its newest food hall at 401 Park, Samuels & Assoc.’s redevelopment of the former Landmark Center in the Fenway. After debuting its food hall concept in Portugal in 2014, Time Out Market opened Miami and New York locations in May and will expand to Chicago and Montreal later this year. 

On the eve of last week’s grand opening, organizers announced the latest additions to the food hall roster: Saltie Girl and Mobile Cooks. Led by Kathy Sidell and chef Kyle McClelland, Saltie Girl features lobster rolls, sustainable tinned seafood and fresh seafood dishes. Mobile Cooks, founded by Matthew Kaplan, features vegan dishes including mushroom ceviche and zucchini noodles. 

Along with 15 food vendors, Time Out Market will include two bars offering cocktails, local craft beer and cider on tap, 22 wines and Kombucha from Portland, Maine-based Urban Farm Fermentory. 

They Said It: 

“Time Out Market Boston will bring a new and unique experience to the city and one of its greatest neighborhoods, The Fenway. It is our mission to democratize fine dining – we are making fine dining casual, and casual extraordinary.”
Time Out Market CEO Didier Souillat 

Hot Property: 401 Park, Boston

by Steve Adams time to read: 1 min