Bottleworks adds two more tenants to Garage Food Hall lineup

The Bottleworks District on Thursday announced the addition of two new tenants to its lengthy Garage Food Hall lineup.

J’s Lobster & Fish Market and Hard Truth Distilling will join at least nine other confirmed food hall tenants, Bottleworks officials announced.

The food hall is part of the much larger, $300 million Bottleworks development at 850 Massachusetts Ave. that will include retail, residential, office and restaurants, as well as a hotel.

The hall is expected to open in late summer 2020—slightly later than its previously expected spring launch.

J’s Lobster & Fish Market, a new concept from food truck and restaurant veteran J Wolf, will offer lobster rolls, shellfish dishes and other seafood.

Hard Truth, owned by Big Woods Restaurant Group, first opened in Nashville, Indiana, in 2015. It uses Indiana-grown corn, rye, and wheat in its distilled spirits.

Already announced for the food hall were Simply Divine Cupcakes, Blu Point Oyster, La Chinita Poblana, The Tartine Station, Daredevil Brewing Co., Square Cat Vinyl, Brick & Mortar, Poke Guru, and Lick Ice Cream.

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