Carolyn Kruse

Weekdays 9:00am - 2:00pm

An impressive project dubbed, High Street Place, has finally opened in Boston, after a two year delay. The 20 vendor food and drink hall was set to originally open in 2020. Then, well… you know what happened.

It sure looks like this Place was worth the wait. Boasting the trendy open-concept, High Street Place offers 20 vendors in one roof, in the Financial District of Boston. Located at 100 High Street, customers will be able to enjoy some of their favorites from well-known Boston restaurants, as well as new offerings. You’ll find an award-winning brewery, gelato from Maine, food trucks, minus the trucks- and inside, and much more!

You will be able to grab a drink and move from vendor to vendor freely, before settling into the venue’s atrium for a seat. By the way, High Street Place can seat up to 400 people. Of course there’s an app! The app will allow  you to order from all the venors on one tab. Grab a slice, a cocktail, sushi and dessert all at once on the app.

But don’t let the guilt get to you. We waited a long time to be able to walk around a venue like this, enjoy food and drinks with friends, meet new people, without standing 6 feet apart. And this is just the beginning according to Lauren Johnson, the manager of High Street Place. She has more plans for the 20,00 sqaure foot space. And she already has events lined up from live music, to Kentucky Derby parties, March Madness, and even “Sip ‘n Sweat” yoga.

I don’t  know about you, but I’m ready for this. I’m ready to enjoy our beautiful city for all it has to offer again.


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