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High Street Place to take on the Boston food scene this March

Lauren Comeau
Entrance to the High Street Place food hall (100 High Street) stands empty, as the company prepares for its long-awaited grand opening this March.

Calling all Boston foodies! Something exciting will soon be arriving to the Boston food scene.  

High Street Place, Boston’s newest gourmet food hall, is set to open in March 2022 in the Financial District with 19 food and drink vendors. This news comes after developers were forced to postpone its original spring 2020 opening due to the pandemic, according to

In an official article from Mike Morris, one of the developers for High Street Place, he spoke about the purpose of food halls popping up in metro areas, such as Boston.

“The goal for any food hall is to become a part of the community it serves. High Street Place will activate the Financial District while providing not only an amenity for the surrounding buildings, but a key ‘third place’ to spend time,” said Morris.

Vendors at the food hall will include Bubble Bath, Gorgeous Gelato and Mike and Patty’s.

Bubble Bath is a unique champagne and wine bar from chef Tiffani Faison, offering a vast alcohol menu paired with gourmet hot dogs and popcorn. 

One interesting feature that customers can look forward to, as mentioned on their profile, is a “black Moet and Chandon Champagne vending machine, allowing guests to purchase Champagne by the split.”

Gorgeous Gelato will feature a carefully curated menu of gelato flavors and other Italian desserts, made the authentic way as it is in chef Donato Giovine and chef Mariagrazia Zanardi’s hometown of Milan, Italy.

Mike and Patty’s will bring their third storefront in Boston to High Street Place, offering their most popular menu items, as well as some new and exciting additions. 

They currently have locations in Bay Village and Somerville, within Bow Market, as well as an anticipated future opening in Jamaica Plain.

Brad Ellis, the head of marketing for Mike and Patty’s restaurant, is thrilled to be a part of this new food venue. 

“With this new location, guests can expect the same menu and high-quality ingredients as our other stores, as well as some exciting new products from our brand, Flowerhouse Bakery, in Newton,” said Ellis. “High Street Place is an amazing venue, and we are so excited to be a part of a place with such incredible vendors.”

The opening of High Street Place this March will follow the debut of Hub Hall, a food hall located next to TD Garden, which opened in late 2021. Hub Hall currently has around 18 food and drink vendors, including Mike’s Pastry, Naco Taco and Now Pouring Wine Bar.

More information is anticipated to be released in the next few weeks leading up to the opening, including menu specifics and other news surrounding venue details.

High Street Place is located at 100 High Street, Boston, MA 02110.

Follow Lauren on Twitter @LaurenComeau.

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High Street Place to take on the Boston food scene this March