BISq, Mamaleh’s, and George Howell join Time Out Market lineup
A Jewish deli, a lovable Cambridge date-night spot, and a respected coffee roaster have signed on to join the upcoming Time Out Market Boston. According to a statement, BISq, Mamaleh’s Delicatessen, and George Howell Coffee will open in the 25,000-square-foot Fenway food hall space.
Michael Schlow will also open a Roman-style pizzeria — in addition to a previously announced Italian spot — and Revolution Health Kitchen and Gelato & Chill will join the group, too.
The food and cultural center is scheduled to open in the coming months at the former Landmark Center (401 Park Drive).
The newest businesses join an already notable lineup, which includes Tim and Nancy Cushman (Hojoko, O Ya); Tony Maws (Craigie on Main, Kirkland Tap & Trotter); Peter Ungár (Tasting Counter); anoush’ella; and Union Square Donuts.
BISq will serve cheese and charcuterie boards, terrines, and sandwiches. Mamaleh’s Delicatessen will offer deli staples, and Revolution Health Kitchen will highlight an organic, plant-based menu of juices, smoothies, soups, salads, and acai bowls. Visit Gelato & Chill for traditional Italian gelato, with many gluten-free and vegan-friendly flavors.
The Cushmans also have announced more details about their projects: Ms. Cluck’s Deluxe Chicken & Dumplings will serve Asian-inspired chicken and dumplings, and gogo ya will serve creative sushi, such as crispy nori sushi tacos and bento bowls, drawing inspiration from sister restaurants O Ya and Hojoko.
Time Out is primarily known as a media company, with city guides that cover 315 locations in 58 countries, from Europe and Asia to the Middle East and North and South America. Time Out Market Lisbon opened in 2014.