Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Back Bay Beats (B3) Is Opening within Berklee's New Building in Boston's Back Bay

A couple of years ago, we reported that a new restaurant may be coming to a new building that is part of the Berklee College of Music in Boston's Back Bay. Now it appears that this is still happening, and more information has just come out about it.

According to a job post within the bostonchefs.com site, B3 is planning to open at Berklee, with the place being a dining and drinking spot that is "inspired by the multicultural diversity of music and the variety of exciting culinary flavors and ingredients found across the world." The post continues, saying that it "will be a fluid space where food is alive with freshness and flavor and music just happens." Earlier, we had mentioned that a proposed restaurant would be moving into the ground floor of Berklee's new 16-floor tower at 160 Massachusetts Avenue and that it could feature live music.

Berklee's new building is located between Belvidere Street and St. Germain Street, just south of where Boylston Street crosses Massachusetts Avenue.

[September 20 update: Eater Boston mentions that the upcoming spot will actually be called Back Bay Beats (B3 for short).]

[February 8, 2017 update: A new article from Eater Boston states that B3 plans to open later this month and that it will offer Southern-style food along with live music.]

[March 2, 2017 update: A press release says that B3/Back Bay Beats opens in less than two weeks and that it will feature live music seven days a week along with Southern-style food that will also have Asian and European influences.]

[March 14, 2017 update: Eater Boston says that B3/Back Bay Beats opens tomorrow (Wednesday, March 15).]

[Earlier Article]
Restaurant May Open in Berklee's New Building in Boston's Back Bay

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[A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]





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