A vegan dining spot has said goodbye to a new food hall in Boston, and it looks like a Greek restaurant will move into its space.
According to a poster within the Friends of Boston's Hidden Restaurants Facebook group page, MC Kitchen at Time Out Market Boston in the Fenway has closed, with a sign indicating that Greek Street will be opening there on October 7. An article from Eater Boston mentions that MC Kitchen is now looking at potential sites for a permanent restaurant including the old Fiorella's Express space in North Cambridge, while it is also considering pop-up locations at a couple of upcoming food halls in the Boston area.
A second post from Eater says that Jody Adams and her partners at Saloniki in Boston and Cambridge (Eric Papachristos and Jon Mendez) are behind Greek Street, which will focus on street-food items found in Greece. The article says that citrus-marinated swordfish souvlaki, spanakopita, pork schnitzel, and Greek salads will be on the menu, while a press release sent to us this morning also mentions that cumin-spiced beef patties will be offered as well.
Time Out Market Boston can be found by the corner of Brookline Avenue and Park Drive in the Fenway.
A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area