A "Destination-Type" Restaurant May Be Coming to International Place in Boston
A 30-year-old office building in downtown Boston that had no dining options until a couple of years ago may eventually have a third spot moving in.
The Boston Globe is reporting that International Place might become home to what Don Chiofaro Jr., of The Chiofaro Co. (the developer of the office tower) says is a "destination-type" restaurant at street level, which is currently home to The Palm and Kane's Donuts. Chiofaro states in the article that he doesn't have a specific tenant in place for the restaurant as of yet, though he does say that the dining spot wouldn't compete directly with The Palm. The space where the eatery would go was where ramps from the old Central Artery had been back in the days before the Big Dig.
The Palm opened at International Place in May of 2013, while Kane's Donuts opened in March of this year.
International Place is located at the corner of the Rose Kennedy Greenway and Oliver Street in the city's Financial District.
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