The Fenway’s much-anticipated Time Out Market Boston announced their second wave of culinary contributors to the 25,000 square foot space that will open at 401 Park Drive in Spring 2019. Back in January, the Time Out team teased info for two new concepts from Nancy and Tim Cushman, both of which have now been unveiled: Ms. Cluck’s Deluxe Chicken & Dumplings (an Asian spin on the comfort cuisine) and gogo ya (a reimagined sushi joint taking inspiration from o ya and Hojoko), as well as a few deets about a Roman-style pizzeria from Beard Award-winning chef Michael Schlow (Tico, Alta Strada).
Among the newly released names and restaurants to join the previously announced participants are chef Alex Saenz of BISq who’ll be bringing the award-winning wine bar’s signature charcuterie, cheese boards and innovative sandwiches across the river, and the team from Mamaleh’s Delicatessen who’ll be setting up shop and serving their modern interpretations of Jewish deli classics. You can also anticipate deliciousness from George Howell Coffee, Revolution Health Kitchen and Gelato & Chill.
“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,” said Didier Souillat, CEO of Time Out Market, in a press release.