Liquid Art House to Open in Boston
A new restaurant and lounge is coming to Boston, and it looks like the place will also include an art gallery.
The Boston Business Journal reports that Liquid Art House is going to be opening on Arlington Street, with the eatery moving into the former Boston Renaissance School building (just south of the Stuart Street/Columbus Avenue intersection). The Boston Globe mentions that the new spot will be a combination restaurant/lounge/art gallery, with international fare offered on the menu, including Lithuanian dishes. Jeffrey Fournier, who is the chef/owner of 51 Lincoln in Newton Highlands, has been hired for the place, according to the Boston Business Journal.
Expect a spring 2013 opening for Liquid Art House.
[September 20, 2013 update: It appears that plans to open Liquid Art House are finally moving ahead, as a City of Boston licensing board page for an upcoming meeting indicates that a liquor license transfer will be looked at for the place, with the notice also saying that the planned spot would have three rooms including a dining area, a room with more dining and a bar, and a private dining section.]
[January 9, 2014 update: Eater Boston states that Liquid Art House is now looking to open sometime this spring, and that it is currently accepting submissions for its art gallery.]
[March 6, 2014 update: A new article in the Boston Business Journal says that Liquid Art House is planning to open during the first week of May, with the combination restaurant/art gallery having 10,000 square feet of space and seating for 180.]
The address for this upcoming restaurant, lounge, and art gallery in Boston will be: Liquid Art House, 100 Arlington Street, Boston, MA, 02116. Their website will be at http://liquidarthouse.com/