Foundation Kitchen coming soon to Charlestown

Get to know the businesses at the food hall and shared kitchens.

Exterior of Foundation Kitchen building

Enjoy food from around the world right here in Boston.

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Charlestown residents are about to have a whole lot of food options on their plate.

Foundation Kitchen, a hybrid food hall + commercial kitchen space, is officially opening its doors on Friday, Feb. 3.

Run by husband and wife duo Ciaran Nagle and Tara Novak, the company’s new home at The Graphic Lofts (32 Cambridge St.) is replacing the business’s former Somerville space on Washington Street.

“It’s really community-oriented. We coin ourselves as a collaborative culinary workspace, and that’s what you see in there,” said Nagle. “It’s magic.”

There are five businesses at the 2,000-sqft food hall, including Render Coffee, which transforms into a wine and craft beer space from Fermenta at night.

Visitors can also sit and enjoy fresh pasta plates from Rita’s, açaí bowls from Tchacoberry Pastel & Acai, and global cuisine from Delectable Eats.

    Plus, there will be more eateries offering delivery and pick-up takeout options. Here’s a quick sampling:

    🍫 Chocolate from Bitter Sweet Violet
    🥣 Soups and broths from Spoon Soup Co.
    🥒 Pickles from Chappy’s Pickles
    🌱 Plant-based bites from Tender Food
    🍪 Handmade cookies from The Half Cookie

    If this news has you hungry, plan to attend the opening celebrations on Friday (think: specials and food samples), concluding with a free foodie party from 6 to 9 p.m.

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