Update: Cafe Quattro in Boston's Beacon Hill Is Moving to the South End
[Ed note: This article was updated several times in 2015 to reflect new information given, including a location for the place.]
A now-closed Italian-style cafe on the edge of Beacon Hill in downtown Boston is returning, though in another part of the city.
According to a post on their Facebook page, Cafe Quattro, which had been on Somerset Street, is in the process of lining up a new spot for their eatery; they say in the thread that "Nothing is set in stone, but we are shooting for an early fall opening!" The restaurant had lost their lease awhile back and apparently closed their doors sometime last fall. [Ed note: Cafe Quattro should not be confused with Quattro, a new, unrelated restaurant in the North End.]
Cafe Quattro featured such items as thin-crust pizza, panini, coffee, and Italian desserts. They first opened approximately eight years ago. (Their website is at http://www.cafequattroboston.com/)
[January 26, 2015 update: According to a Boston Licensing Board page, Cafe Quattro is opening on E Springfield Street in the South End, with the address indicating it will be on the corner of Harrison Avenue across from the Boston Medical Center.]
[March 12, 2015 update: Eater Boston mentions that Cafe Quattro is trying to raise money via the crowdfunding site Kickstarter in order to pay for such things as the purchase and installation of equipment along with moving expenses. (The goal is to raise $20,000 by the end of the month.)]
[July 28, 2015 update: A new article from Eater Boston says that Cafe Quattro has now opened in its new location at 817 Harrison Avenue.]