Plus, the Market's first art exhibit is now open and what will Boston look like in a decade?
Time Out #9 | Friday 23 October 2020
Halloween fun in Boston
Despite what you may have heard, Halloween 2020 in Boston has not been cancelled. There are plenty of haunted houses, some cool Halloween events (mostly of the virtual kind), and lots of nice places in the area for picking the perfect pumpkin. Or you can just stay home, put on a costume and eat a bowl of Halloween candy—we won’t judge.

Ever wanted to drink a donut?
Now you can! Time Out Market is is the only place you can get Cider Donut (from Eastie’s own Downeast Cider House) on draft outside the Downeast taproom, and it’s the only place on earth you can enjoy a freshly poured pint of Malted Milk Ball porter, a collab between the Market’s own Union Square Donuts and Framingham’s Springdale Beer Co. Supplies are limited so try one of each before they’re gone—see you at the bar!
More restaurant and bar news
The best Mexican eateries in Boston, ranked
Spice things up by visiting one of the Hub’s 12 best options for authentic fare
Every single burger destination you need to know about
How many of these beefy beauties have you devoured?
Here’s where we go for bagels
There’s nothing like a warm, fresh bagel—these are the Hub’s top purveyors
Support Boston’s best taco slingers
The city’s best tacos come in all forms, from homestyle to modern and Korean

What are you doing today?
Fall foliage highlights from around New England
The 40 best restaurants in Boston you need to try right now
Escape the city: the best day trips from Boston
It’s still prime whale watching season
A salute to Boston’s iconic ‘80s underground music scene
Time Out Market Boston welcomes its first art exhibit, a retrospective installation by legendary Boston shutterbug Philin Phlash. Throughout the six-week installation, which is free to explore, the Market will display more than 60 of Phlash’s most iconic images shot in and around the Fenway and Kenmore neighborhoods.

Future Boston, now! The 10 people, places and things shaping a better city today
We are so ready for 2020 to be over, so let’s fast-forward. What will Boston look like in a decade’s time? In 2050? To predict what the future’s going to look like, we’re taking a look at the present. Here’s a look at 10 people, places and things shaping a better city right now. This is Future Boston, Now!

20 things that make you a true Bostonian:
#5. You can drive a rotary without panicking.

Quick hits for the road…
The 9 most Instagrammed haunted places in the U.S. (#1 might be familiar to you.)
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Can you guess Massachusetts’s favorite candy?
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Have you tried Dunkin’s limited-edition ghost pepper donut yet?
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Mars Wrigley swoops in with trick or treating app for Halloween
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Find out the odds of seeing a ghost in Massachusetts
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Boston, in their words
"I know of no large city where there is so much mutual helpfulness, so little neglect and ignorance of the concerns of other classes."
—Harriet Martineau, considered the first female sociologist (1802-76)
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