Update: Granary Tavern Is Opening on the Greenway in Downtown Boston
[Ed note: This article was updated on May 31 to reflect a name change of the place from the Grain Exchange to Granary Tavern, as posted by Eater Boston.]
The group behind several Boston-area Irish pubs and restaurants is going to be opening a new spot along the Rose Kennedy Greenway in downtown Boston, and this one will focus on regional New England dishes.
The Boston Herald is reporting that Granary Tavern (which was originally going to be named Grain Exchange--see note above) will open at the corner of Milk Street and the Greenway, bringing to this section of the city a place that features flatbreads, shellfish, charcuterie, and "New England classics with a twist." The Glynn Hospitality Group is going to operate the new spot, adding to their list of eating and drinking establishments which includes The Black Rose, Brownstone, Clerys, Coogan's, Dillon's, Hurricane O'Reilly's, Jose McIntyre's, and The Purple Shamrock (which will be closing in September).
The Herald mention that the 250-seat dining spot is expected to open in June. [May 31 update: Eater Boston mentions that Granary Tavern could be open by June 15.]
[June 21 update: UrbanDaddy reports that Granary Tavern is going to have a soft opening today.]
The address for this new restaurant in downtown Boston is: Granary Tavern, 170 Milk Street, Boston, MA, 02109.
Thanks to Eater Boston for bringing this to our attention.