What was the original name of the restaurant chain now known as Boston Market?
– Boston Ham
– Boston Turkey
– Boston Chicken
– Boston Pizza
Answer: Boston Market Corporation, known as Boston Chicken until 1995, is a chain of American fast casual restaurants. It was founded in December 1984 in Newton, Massachusetts, by Steven Kolow and Arthur Cores. When it was known as Boston Chicken, stores specialized in rotisserie chicken and a variety of side dishes, but in February 1995, the chain expanded its menu to include turkey, meatloaf, ham, and sandwiches, and changed the name to Boston Market to reflect this. Today, there are more than 450 Boston Market locations nationwide.