When Time Out Market made its Boston debut in the Fenway last year, it was on the crest of what was to be an eventual wave of sophisticated, fast-serve dining locations featuring a myriad of food options from some of the city’s best chefs. The debut of its competitors has been delayed for obvious reasons, yet Time Out, which closed in March due to COVID-19 safety restrictions, recently made its reintroduction to a hungry public on July 29, sporting an expanded outdoor dining area along with an app-based option for touch-less ordering and a slew of protocols meant to keep visitors safe. And that’s not all that’s different. Although Saltie Girl and the beloved Craigie Burger have decided to depart, Craigie Burger has been replaced with a new beef patty-and-bun-focused stall courtesy of Market purveyor and Lebanese/Armenian cuisine specialist Anoush’ella called Nu Burger. Another addition set to be unveiled September 16 is Cusser's Roast Beef & Seafood, an offshoot of the award-winning takeout sibling to the Back Bay's currently shuttered Mooncusser Fish House. In a concession to social distancing, only 11 of the Market’s eateries are open, with staggered debuts for the rest still to come, and hours have been slightly curtailed. Yet with plenty of delectable, internationally inspired eats from which to choose at places like Jody Adams’ Greek Street and Michael Schlow’s Monti Roman Pizzeria, Time Out Market remains a one-stop shop for anyone looking to sample some of the best dishes the city has to offer.