Elephant Walk Is Moving from Beacon Street in the Fenway to former BoMA Space in Boston's South End
Earlier this week we mentioned that a restaurant in the South End of Boston had closed its doors. Now we have learned that the Fenway/Audubon Circle location of a French and Cambodian eatery is hoping to move into the space.
An email sent yesterday by the Not Kosher Blog indicates that Elephant Walk on Beacon Street is looking to open on Washington Street in the South End, taking over the former BoMA space. Earlier we had reported that the Fenway/Audubon Circle location of Elephant Walk was facing an uncertain future due to a new apartment building planned for the site, so this appears to be a move rather than a third location. (Another Elephant Walk can be found on Mass. Ave. in Cambridge.)
[October 16 update: According to @PatrickMBoston of Maguire Promotions, Elephant Walk is officially closed on Beacon Street, with a sign out front saying that they hope to reopen on Washington Street in November.]
[December 22 update: According to a Chowhound post from food writer MC Slim JB, Elephant Walk is now open in its new South End location.]
The address for the new location of Elephant Walk (and the now-closed BoMa) is 1415 Washington Street, Boston, MA, 02118.
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