Thursday, October 08, 2020

Revolution Hall Is Opening in Lexington; Craft Food Hall Project Behind the Place

It looks like a new food hall is on its way to a Lexington space that has few dining options nearby.

According to a source, Revolution Hall is planning to open October 14 on Maguire Road, which is between Routes 4/225 and Hanscom Field near the Bedford line. A tweet from @bedfordma says that the place is being run by the people behind the Craft Food Hall Project and it will have two outdoor patios--and a "wide selection of craft beers" is expected. A press release for Revolution Hall mentions that it will also be a food hall and that it will include such options as pizza and sous vide options along with functional nutrition and Ayurvedic foods, and there will also be self-pour beer and wine stations and games such as cornhole and table tennis. The release mentions that most of the walls of the place are two-story garage doors with windows and that the ceilings will be 20 feet high (they say that the entire space will have the feel of an "indoor/outdoor tent"), while the ordering system makes use of a QR code and a texting system for picking up food, while beer and wine self-pour stations are used via a "pour card." 

The Craft Food Hall Project includes a food hall at CityPoint in Waltham as well as another location within the Cross Point office complex in Lowell, with the latter food hall being temporarily closed.

The address for Revolution Hall is 3 Maguire Road, Lexington, MA, 02421. The web page for the place can be found at

by Marc Hurwitz (Also follow us on Twitter at @hiddenboston)

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