High Street Place, the $30 million food hall coming to the atrium connecting 160 Federal St. and 100 High St. in downtown Boston, has named its first slate of food and beverage vendors, including two concepts from celebrity chef Tiffani Faison and the first brick-and-mortar location for a popular Mexican food truck.
Architecture firm Gensler and Philadelphia-based Groundswell Design Group designed the 20,000-square-foot space, which will feature 20 vendors when it opens this fall. The food hall is one of several coming to Greater Boston, including Time Out Market in the Fenway neighborhood and a 22,000-square-foot food hall at The Hub on Causeway.
Rockpoint Group and Rockhill Management are developing High Street Place with food hall advisor CANAdev. Whitney Gallivan of Boston Realty Advisors is handling leasing for the food hall.
High Street Place will include:
- Daiquiris & Daisies, a cocktail bar from Daren Swisher and Joseph Cammarata, who developed backbar, jm Curley and Hojoko
- Dive Bar, a raw bar from Tiffani Faison drawing on her Boston roots and time living and cooking in New Orleans
- The Farmacy Cafe, an organic cafe serving up superfood smoothies, breakfast toasts and more
- Fuji Sushi, the 9th location in JP Fuji Group’s restaurant portfolio, led by CEO Jimmy Liang
- Haley Jane, a fried chicken restaurant from the Wheelhouse restaurant crew
- Mother Juice, a female-owned organic cold-pressed juice shop
- Noodle BOS, a ramen and rice bowl restaurant featuring noodle and rice bowls with vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free menu items, from the team behind Noodle Lab at the Boston Public Market
- Northeast of the Border, the first brick-and-mortar location for a popular Mexican food truck
- Pennypacker’s, a restaurant with a menu of sandwiches, salads and bar snacks featuring porchetta
- Tenderoni’s, a second concept from Tiffani Faison featuring personalized pizzas, grinders and salads
- Wheelhouse, a burger joint also featuring breakfast, lunch sandwiches and sides
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