High Street Place, a 20,000-square-foot food hall set to debut downtown this fall, announced a partial list of businesses and chefs who have signed on to the $30 million project.

Chef Tiffani Faison of Fool’s Errand, Tiger Mama, and Sweet Cheeks in the Fenway, will open two new concepts, Dive Bar and Tenderoni’s.

“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,” Faison, who is a 2019 James Beard Award nominee, said in a statement.


It’s her first foray out of the Fenway: “It is really exciting to bring Big Heart Hospitality to another area of the city, to meet some new neighbors and to make new friends.”

At Dive Bar, Faison will draw from her time living and cooking in New Orleans. You’ll find everything from po’ boys to peel ’n eat shrimp. At Tenderoni’s, expect old-school pizzas and grinders.

Other restaurants you’ll find at High Street Place include:

■  Daiquiris & Daisies, a modern cocktail bar from Daren Swisher and Joseph Cammarata of backbar and Hojoko.

■  The Farmacy Cafe, featuring local and organic vegetables. Expect breakfast toasts, rice and salad bowls, gluten-free options, and a few CBD-infused items, including a specialty kombucha.

■  Fuji Sushi, from JP Fuji Group, will feature the top-selling items from each of the existing Fuji locations, plus a curated list of sake, beer, and whiskey.

■  Wheelhouse, known for creative burger variations.

■  Haley Jane, a fried chicken restaurant from the crew at Wheelhouse, inspired by their popular Thursday fried chicken sandwich special.

■  Mother Juice, the cold-pressed juice shop, featuring smoothies, breakfast bowls, salads, and vegan treats.

■  Noodle BOS, with vegan, vegetarian, and create-your-own ramen and rice bowls.


■  Northeast of the Border, the first brick-and-mortar location for the folks behind the Mexican food truck that launched on the Greenway. Expect fresh guacamole and a range of traditional tacos.

■  Pennypacker’s, bringing its love of roasted meats to High Street Place with a menu of sandwiches, salads, and bar snacks.

High Street Place will reportedly cost $30 million to complete. Developers also have plans to feature music, book signings, panels, and other live events in the space, located in the atrium connecting 100 High St. and 160 Federal St.

Lillian Brown can be reached at lillian.brown@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @lilliangbrown.