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We’re hitting the snooze button

To our friends:

2020 has been a tough one — not only for Boston, but for the world. It’s been a year of  challenges and uncertainty, and we have gotten through it together. In these times, it is our duty to provide the most safe and enjoyable experience for our guests, while also being a financially viable business place for us and our concessionaires. We have experienced significant reduction in guests with concerns of escalating covid rates and local government pleas to limit gatherings. In such conditions, our take-out and pick-up business are unable to compensate for the gap. 

As a result, we have made the tough decision to temporarily hit “snooze” on all services starting December 21, 2020 at Time Out Market Boston including outdoor dining, takeout and delivery. At our core, Time Out is a cheerleader for local business. That’s why we created the Love Local campaign back in March to support independent, local businesses. As part of this campaign, we will use the power of  our media megaphone to help the Market chefs and restaurateurs get exposure for their businesses during this time, to keep them top of mind with our large, highly engaged digital audience. Rest assured, Time Out Market Boston will return with mouth-watering cuisine, craft cocktails and amazing cultural activations when going out and partying like 2-0-1-9 is possible without fear. This will set the conditions for all of our businesses to succeed and our guests to have fun without worry again. Throughout 2020, Time Out supported businesses that are at the very soul of their cities as mentioned above, through Love Local —the campaign dedicated to supporting independent, local businesses — fighting for the survival of neighborhood staples in the community. We are proud to say that our Market concessionaires are amongst the very best of the cities.

We might be playing favorites, but we’re especially fond of the concessionaires who make Time Out Market Boston a vibrant culinary destination. The next time you have a hankering for savory comfort food and delicious desserts, please support our incredible culinary team by ordering from them directly. By eating locally, you are doing your part to champion Boston’s homegrown businesses. Options include:

Alta Strada – 92 Central Street, Wellesley MA 02482 | 781.237.6100

anoush’ella – 35 W Newton Street, Boston MA 02118 | 857.265.3195

Cusser’s Roast Beef & Seafood – 304 Stuart Street, Boston MA 02116 | 617.917.5193

Gelato & Chill – 92 Derby Street, Unit 117, Hingham MA 02043 | 617.717.4989 – The Shops at Chestnut Hill, 199 Boylston Street, Chestnut Hill MA 02467 |617.717.4989

Mamaleh’s Delicatessen – 1 Kendall Square, Cambridge MA 02139 | 617.958.3354

Revolution Health Kitchen – 150 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA 02115 | 857.233.4313 – 1 Kendall Square, Cambridge MA 02139 | 617.848.4355

Union Square Donuts20 Bow Street, Somerville MA 02143 | 617.209.2257 – 409 Harvard Street, Brookline MA 02446 – Boston Public Market, 100 Hanover Street, Boston MA 02108 – Vincent’s Corner Grocery at Cafe du Pays – 233 Cardinal Medeiros Avenue, Kendall Square, Cambridge MA | 617.314.7297

80 Thoreau (including a Cusser’s Roast Beef & Seafood pop-up for lunch Thursday – Saturday) – 80 Thoreau Street, Concord MA 01742 | 978.318.0008

Atomic Coffee Roasters – 268 Cabot Street, Beverly MA 01915 | 978.922.0042

We can’t begin to tell you how excited we are for when we can reopen our doors and host our guests. In the meantime, please follow us on Instagram @timeoutmarketboston to stay connected for further updates.

Thank you for your unwavering support!

— Josh Hubbard General Manager, Time Out Market Boston