Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe Reopens in Boston's South End
One of Boston's truly iconic dining spots has returned to the city.
According to a tweet from @DigBoston, Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe in the South End reopens Friday (January 21), nearly two years after the place closed down and was subsequently sold to Evan Deluty of the nearby Stella restaurant. The Columbus Avenue eatery was gutted and went through a complete renovation, but it appears that the place retains a similar feel and has a menu that is also much like that of the original. An article in boston.com mentions that Charlie's will offer only breakfast for now, with lunch service starting at some point in the future.
The original Charlie's was a landmark diner and coffee shop known in part for its signature turkey hash; the restaurant first opened in 1927.
The address for Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe is 429 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA, 02116.
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