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Time Out Market Boston Taking a Timeout as Mass. COVID Cases Hit 250K Mark

The market, which hosts 17 restaurants, is putting a pause on all services, including outdoor dining, takeout and delivery, starting Dec. 20

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With the coronavirus pandemic in full swing, a food hall in Boston has decided to take a timeout.

Time Out Market Boston announced Monday that starting Dec. 20, all services would be paused.

"This year has been a tough one — not only for Boston, but for the world. It's been a year of challenges and uncertainty, and we have gotten through it together," Josh Hubbard, the market's general manager, said in a statement. "In these times, it is our duty to provide the most safe and enjoyable experience for our guests, while also being a financially viable business place for us and our concessionaires."

The market hosts 17 eateries, according to a list on its website. Beginning Dec. 20, there will be a temporary hold on all services, including outdoor dining, takeout and delivery, the market said.

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