A 20,000 square foot food hall is set to open this autumn at 100 High Street with twenty of the city’s top cookers, coffee roasters, cocktail makers, sushi rollers, pork smokers and more. The $30 million space will house two new concepts from chef Tiffani Faison (Fool’s Errand, Tiger Mama, Sweet Cheeks Q), which marks the first time the James Beard nominee and Top Chef alum has strayed outside of the Fenway neighborhood to spread her culinary wings. Guests will be wowed by the thoughtful design of the massive project and the building’s unique features, particularly the five-story atrium and an impressive window/wall system that opens up to create an al fresco paradise.
In addition to Faison’s Dive Bar (a raw bar-esque destination that’ll have eats like lobster rolls, po’ boys and peel n’ eat shrimp on the menu) and Tenderoni’s (think old-style Italian: grinders, salads, pizzas), there are nine other vendors announced so far: Daiquiris & Daisies, The Farmacy Cafe, Fuji Sushi, Haley Jane, Mother Juice, Noodle BOS, Northeast of the Border, Pennypacker’s and Wheelhouse.
“This was the perfect opportunity to hit the gas on some of the concepts that bounce around my head – I have wanted to do a super fun raw bar forever, and the desire to do pizza has been keeping me up at night for years,” said Faison in a press release.