The group behind four Boston restaurants and bars--including one in the Seaport District--is planning to open a new spot that would basically be on the same stretch of road as its restaurant on the waterfront.
A Twitter post from Boston Herald writer @DGoodison indicates that 75 Seaport is looking to open on Seaport Boulevard about a half mile west of 75 on Liberty Wharf, which is located on Northern Avenue (just east of where the road becomes Seaport Boulevard) and is owned by the Hampshire House group. A post on the Fort Point Boston blog shows that The Hampshire House is indeed also behind the proposed 75 Seaport, which is being introduced at a neighborhood meeting this evening. Very little is currently known about 75 Seaport at this point in time; as soon as we find out more about the place, we will post an update here.
In addition to 75 on Liberty Wharf, the Hampshire House group also operates 75 Chestnut and Cheers--both of which are in the city's Beacon Hill neighborhood--and another location of Cheers at Faneuil Hall.
The address for the proposed 75 Seaport is 75 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA, 02210. The website for the Hampshire House can be found at http://www.hampshirehouse.com/
[May 24 update: A Twitter post from @FPNA_Boston says that the address for 75 Seaport will apparently be 60 Seaport Boulevard, not 75 Seaport Boulevard (we will try to get confirmation of the address over the coming days).]
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[A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]