Changes Coming to the Milk Street Cafe in Boston's Financial District
A decades-old kosher restaurant and caterer in the heart of downtown Boston is getting ready to make what appear to be major changes.
According to a post within the restaurant jobs section of the BostonChefs.com site, the Milk Street Cafe in the city's Financial District is going to be "reinventing itself," with the post going on to say that they "are embarking on a new concept that will include total renovation of the restaurant and exciting menu changes." Other than their indicating that the catering business will continue, it is not yet known what changes might be in store for the spot, so keep checking back for updates.
[May 22, 2014 update: The Jewish Advocate is reporting that the Milk Street Cafe will be undergoing their "massive revamping" during the summer, with renovations being done to the restaurant along with a larger menu that will have meat and sushi offerings. (The post also mentions that the eatery is apparently the only kosher spot in the city.)]
[September 25, 2014 update: Eater Boston states that the Milk Street Cafe plans to reopen on Monday (September 29), with sushi and panini stations, a bakery, and an espresso bar included within the updated space.]
The Milk Street Cafe, which first opened back in 1981 is an upscale casual restaurant that is known in part for its corporate catering. Its cafe menu includes bagels, croissants, soups, salads, sandwiches, pizza, Middle Eastern items, and quiche.
The address for this restaurant and caterer in the Financial District is: Milk Street Cafe, 50 Milk Street, Boston, MA, 02109. Its website can be found at http://www.milkstreetcafe.com/
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