BOSTON (WBZNewsRadio) - After a delay in it's original 2020 opening date, a massive Boston food hall in the city's financial district is finally opening it's doors to hungry visitors Wednesday, March 2nd. High Street Place features 20 vendors in the 20,000 square foot space located in the shared atrium between 160 Federal Street and 100 High Street.
It's safe to say there will be something for everyone, from superfood smoothies, to hand rolled bagels, signature pastrami and award-winning doughnuts. Some of the standouts joining the new food hall include Tenderoni's, a 70s and 80s inspired pizza and grinder ship, Bubble Bath, a champagne-focused wine bar, and Dive Bar, a seafood and raw bar highlighting some of the best southern Gulf traditions with New England coastal favorites.
Other vendors will include Fuji at High Street Place, cocktail bar Daiquiris & Daisies, organic cafe The Farmacy Cafe, gelateria Gorgeous Gelato, Middle Eastern street food inspired Hum’Oveh, noodle-centric Kutzu, and Newburyport Brewing.
There's enough seating to fit 400 guests with communal tables, high tops and outdoor dining and offers a high-tech ordering system, allowing guests to order from several different vendors at once with a single mobile transaction from their smart phones.
In addition to food is the entertainment aspect of the venue. A 28 by 11-foot LED screen allows guests to view up to four games at once. There is also space for live music, book signings and panels.
Boston's Mayor Michelle Wu hosts a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9 a.m. with doors opening to the public at 10 a.m.
WBZ's James Rojas (@JamesRojasNews) reports