Like some variety when you go out to eat? Time Out Market Boston has you covered. Boston's first contemporary culinary hub boasts a tantalizing variety of curated food offerings, a demo kitchen, two top-notch bars and lots more. There is plenty of seating—both inside and on a roomy patio with ample heaters—and some of the biggest culinary names in Boston are delivering a variety of delicious dishes and 'Gram-worthy bites. Housed in the 401 Park Drive building, an Art Deco masterpiece built in 1929 as a Sears, Roebuck and Company warehouse, the Market follows in the footsteps of the wildly popular Time Out Market Lisbon, which opened in 2014 and is now Portugal’s most-visited attraction.
New England’s days are growing longer, and the weather warmer—which means it’s time to get out and eat at the best Boston restaurants. Let’s all get ready for the months ahead, which will bring prime patio and outdoor dining, as we transition into sun-drenched spring. At the moment, we suggest making the most of these rising temps—whether it be by sitting down for an alfresco at Spoke, or by getting your fill of ice-cold raw bar favorites at seafood spots like Nautilus, Neptune Oyster and Saltie Girl. In any case, we simply encourage you to fall in love—or rediscover—all of the best restaurants in Boston this month.
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