Who is down to eat hot dogs and pop champagne with me in Boston next spring?

High Street Place will be the newest dining hall to come to Boston in March of 2022, and it’s shaping up to be a foodie’s paradise, putting several delicious destinations under one roof in the Financial District.

What was once the location of Boston’s first skyscraper, High Street Place will be the home of a bustling mecca of cuisine and culture.

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Their website states, “By design, High Street Place encourages exploration.” With six entrances and walkways that invite casual strolling, guests will be able to find the perfect spot to match their style.

While some people may head towards the sushi bar, I’m going to make a beeline for Bubble Bath, a trendy spot that pairs gourmet hot dogs, popcorn, and champagne.

“A black, Moët & Chandon Champagne vending machine, one of just a handful of in the world, will be adjacent to the bar,” as it is described, and it might as well have my name on it. You purchase a gold token, pop it in the machine, and out pops Imperial Brut or Imperial Rosé.

If there is a heaven for me, it’s a champagne and wine bar.

If bubbles aren’t your thing, choose from over a dozen other food and drink vendors, like Fuji At HSP where you can find modern sushi or head to Wheelhouse for a juicy burger.

Not only does the ownership and management teams behind High Street Place aim to provide a destination for delicious cuisine, but they also aim to provide over 7,000 healthy meals to frontline workers at several hospitals and medical center throughout Greater Boston through “Feed Boston’s Healthcare Heroes.”

High Street Place Food Hall will provide Boston with 19 new food and drink vendors in March of 2022.

Start mapping out your foodie route now.

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