The Boston Market of Choice has reopened after being shut down for the past week.
It reopened Wednesday.
Market manager Sarah McKeown said that the market will be open through Thursday, with prices and availability changing depending on demand.
McKeon said the market is closed from 5 p.m. to 6 p., with the last-minute reopening to begin at 6 p, but the market has been busy with the harvest season.
The Market of the Week, which features top-notch seafood from Massachusetts, will be on the market from 9 a.m to 10 p. on Friday.
It will be offered in six different markets across Boston and the surrounding areas.
McKeeon said she wants to give the market a boost by bringing in some local talent.
The market is looking for people with experience at retail, marketing, customer service, or food services.
“If we get a great salesperson and somebody who can really take over this market, that would be really nice,” she said.
“We’ve been struggling for years and we really need that help, and we can really make a difference here.”
The market’s hours will be 10 a.p. to 8 p. and 11 a.g. to 7 p.s. on weekdays.
The Boston Globe reports that there will be a line-up of about 100 people in the market for each meal, though it is unclear whether it will be in a line up or a wait list.
McKeefe said she’s also been receiving requests for food.
“I just think that we’re in a really great market.
We have great food.
People are really happy to be here,” she told the Globe.
The Globe says that while McKeons efforts to revive the market could take some time, it’s definitely worth it.
The restaurant has been struggling since the Boston Globe reported that it was shut down due to health concerns in 2015.
The newspaper reported that McKeony has spent the past two years trying to revive Boston Market, but that it wasn’t until late 2016 that the business began operating again.