Thursday, April 26, 2012

City Landing Is Opening at Long Wharf on the Boston Waterfront

As mentioned in an article here last month, a new restaurant is coming to Long Wharf on Boston's Waterfront, and now there is a bit more news about the upcoming spot.

The Boston Magazine Chowder blog is reporting that City Landing is going to be opening in the State Street space where Sel del la Terre has been for the past 12 years (the French eatery is closing this Sunday). The new dining spot, which will be run by Bill Brodsky--the former chef at the Wequassett Resort & Golf Club in Harwich--will apparently include the type of eclectic New American fare that the Wequassett's Twenty-Eight Atlantic restaurant is known for, and it will also have a "bar crumbs" menu at the bar, featuring a different set of three small plates each night. (A few of the small plates offered will likely include chicken and waffles, hoisin-and-chile-glazed yakitori-style meatballs, and strawberry shortcake with seared foie gras, according to Chowder.)

Expect City Landing to open sometime this summer.

[June 6 update: The Boston Business Journal reports that City Landing is planning to open in July. The article also mentions that the restaurant will have an outdoor patio.]

[July 5 update: Grub Street Boston states that City Landing is hoping to open "on or about July 24."]

[July 20 update: UrbanDaddy is reporting that City Landing is going to be opening a week from today (Friday, July 27).]

The address for this new restaurant at Long Wharf on the Boston waterfront is: City Landing, 255 State Street, Boston, MA, 02109.

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City Landing Is Opening at Long Wharf on the Boston Waterfront


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1 Comments:

Blogger Sad for SDLT said...

This is SO disappointing. Chicken and waffles, really?? Sel de la Terre is an institution and a favorite among residents of the waterfront area, like myself. I love going there for lunch, brunch, an intimate dinner, with my kids, with a large group, for business, late night bar, the staff, the food, the room. I am going to miss it soooo much. I should not be quick to judge but City Landing does not sound like it's going to compare. I DO hope I am wrong or Pasta Beach is going to be sold out every night.

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