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Remember back to your college days when you would walk into the dining hall and all the food you ever wanted was waiting for you at your fingertips?
It was SO easy. No cooking, no mess, no major interruptions from your studies. Then came adult life and you’re expected to do it all: work, cook, AND be social. Oftentimes something falls to the wayside, and let’s be honest; it’s mostly the healthy meals you planned to make. Sound familiar?
But don’t fear Boston — we’ve found the perfect solution to solve your problems. Introducing: Hall.
Okay, we can’t solve ALL your problems, but we got your back on this one. Hall is a subscription-based dining hall in Back Bay where you can be productive, stay healthy, and meet new people. Much like your college dining hall, the food is brought to you — but unlike your college dining hall, you’ll be eating healthy and delicious meals. Choose from a light or hearty meal and let the stress of cooking melt away.
Your Hall subscription gets you five dinners a week, unlimited coffee, snacks and Wi-Fi, spaces for quiet meetings or social gatherings, and way more. The light meals contain no meat and avoid allergen foods such as egg, tree nuts, peanuts, fish, shellfish and gluten.
But say you’re hangry. The hearty meals have more protein in them and are so, so satisfying. Regardless of plate size, both options are cooked with health in mind, meaning minimal salt additions, steam heat, and no excess fats or sugars.
Oh, and that being social thing we were struggling with? Each subscription package allows for a different number of guests per day, and they get fed, too! Conveniently, Hall is open from 6am to midnight every day and meals are included Sunday-Thursday. There are bathrooms, locker cubbies, and event spaces for members to use as well.
If you’re interested in joining, Just sign up! It’s really that easy. Check out the Hall website for more information about membership, get your name on the list, and relive the days of that sweet, sweet meal plan.
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