As Boston’s culinary scene evolves, food halls take the spotlight.

Food halls feature a variety of cuisines under the same roof, focusing on international fare with a local flair. Boston food halls offer endless dining options for everyone. 

 

Boston Public Market

Boston Public Market 

Where: North End  

Conveniently located next to historic Haymarket, the outdoor farmers market open Fridays and Saturdays, The Boston Public Market features 35 local artisanal vendors and food producers offering a mix of fast-casual meals, fresh produce and specialty food items. This marketplace also hosts a range of food-related events every season. The Kitchen is Boston Public Market’s place for attending live demos, tastings as well as hands-on classes using local produce from the Market.  

More about the Boston Public Market here.

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Quincy Market 

Where: North End  

Just a few steps away from the Boston Public Market is Boston’s iconic Faneuil Hall Marketplace, home to Quincy Market. Opened in 1742, this food hall is frequented with tourists and locals alike. Stroll along the endless hallway while taking in the sights and smells of over 75 vendors cooking in their respective open kitchens. Don’t miss this one-stop food hall in the heart of Boston. 

Learn more on Quincy Market here.

Time Out Market

Time Out Market Boston 

Where: Fenway 

Taste your way through the most popular restaurants and bars from the city’s top chefs at the newly opened Time Out Market Boston. Located in Fenway, this food hall features 16 restaurants serving global cuisine, all handpicked by Media Group Time Out’s editors.  

Learn more about Time Out Market here.

Eataly Restaurant

Eataly 

Where: Back Bay 

No passport needed to experience Italy at Eataly Boston. Located in the Prudential Center, this marketplace is a one stop shop for foodies. Grab a glass of wine while you shop through the imported and local items, check out one of the four restaurants, or take a true Italian cooking lesson with friends all within one store.

Learn more about Eataly here. 

High Street Place

High Street Place  

Where: Downtown/Financial District  

A modern food hall with 20 vendors is coming to the Financial District. Set to open in late fall, High Street Place will have a retractable window system for open-air dining, depending on the weather. You can expect an array of international cuisines, local food chains and food-truck vendors. 

Learn more about High Street Place here.
Hub Hall

Hub Hall Boston 

Where: West End  

Opening this winter, the Hub Hall is part of the innovative office and retail complex at the Hub on Causeway, located next to TD Garden. The Hub’s food hall lineup features 18 restaurants and chains, offering a range of choices from BBQ to tacos to sandwiches.  

Learn more about Hub Hall here.