Peet's Coffee Is Moving into the Goody Glover's Space in Boston's North End
It looks like a California-based coffee roaster and retailer is taking over a space in Boston's North End where an Irish pub and restaurant currently resides.
According to a Twitter post from @NorthEndBoston, Peet's Coffee is "looking to replace Goody Glover's" on Salem Street, with the note saying that an abutters meeting will be taking place on October 20 at the site of the restaurant to look into the proposal. No other information has been given at this point in time; as soon as we find out more, we will post an update here.
Currently, Peet's Coffee has locations in Brookline, Cambridge, Lexington, Newton Centre, and Wellesley (with new locations planned for several sites in Boston and Brookline), along with cafe/bank collaborations called Capital One 360 Cafe in Boston and Brookline. The website for the Peet's chain is at http://www.peets.com/
The address for Goody Glover's (and the new location of Peet's Coffee) is 50 Salem Street, Boston, MA, 02113. Its website can be found at http://goodyglovers.com/
[October 10 update: It has now been confirmed that Goody Glover's is shutting down, as a Facebook post from the place says that "The rumors are true. Goody Glover's will be closing at the end of October 2014....Thanks for 11 wonderful years!!"]
[October 29 update: The Boston Globe reports that Goody Glover's will close on Friday (October 31) and that the owner of the pub says Peet's is indeed taking over the space.]
[January 8, 2016 update: The northendwaterfront.com site states that Peet's is now open in the former Goody Glover's space.]
[A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]