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Taste what’s new in Boston’s eclectic culinary and craft beer scene.
Hub Hall will open in late 2019 in the Hub on Causeway, with 18 vendors spread out over 16,000 square feet.
This 1,500 square foot structure has a greenhouse-inspired feel. Sip beers on the open-air patio in the summer and watch the snow shimmer through glass windows in the winter.
High Street Place is a $30 million food hall coming to the atrium connecting 160 Federal St. and 100 High St. in downtown Boston, featuring celebrity chef Tiffani Faison and the first brick-and-mortar
Night Shift Lovejoy Wharf is now open! This location is the brewery's Boston innovation house. With an experimental brewery, scratch kitchen, and specialty coffee bar, all are welcomed to share an
Trillium's Thomson Place restaurant and brewery opened in the fall of 2018. This three story building features modern New England farmhouse inspired food created by Chef Michael Morway. Beers are
Occupying the ground floor of the historic 401 Park Drive building, Time Out Market Boston will showcase the city's best chefs and restaurateurs, craft beer and cultural offerings, all handpicked by
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