Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Upscale Boston Restaurant Includes $7 Baby Formula, $5-6 Baby Food on Menu

A new restaurant on the Boston waterfront that focuses on fine dining has a few meals on its menu for well under $10, but they are for a younger crowd--a much younger crowd.

The Boston Herald mentions that City Landing on State Street at Long Wharf is offering up baby formula in a disposable bottle for $7, first-stage foods (bananas, carrots, peas) for $5, and food for older babies (beef and spinach, chicken-mango risotto, winter squash) for $6. The article states that the dining spot wishes to give parents the option of bringing their toddlers to the place, even though it is not a family restaurant per se. The City Landing folks will also help older children who are having "trouble with their seared salmon or grilled chicken breast" from the young adults menu by cutting it up for them.

City Landing can be found at 255 State Street in downtown Boston. Their website is at http://www.citylanding.com/

Thanks to Grub Street Boston for bringing this to our attention.



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