Confirmed: Evergood Market in Cambridge Has Closed
[Ed note: This article was updated on August 17 to reflect confirmation of the shop's closure.]
It looks like a decades-old grocery store in Cambridge has shut down for good.
According to a couple of sources, Evergood Market on Mass. Ave. appears to be closed, with a message sent from Rich O's Ravings saying that the shop--which is located between Porter Square and Harvard Square--no longer has an "hours" sign up and has a generic "we are closed" sign on the door, while bread baskets, produce bins, and many shelves look empty. A check on the market's Facebook page indicates that it can no longer be found, while its phone number is out of service.
Evergood Market, which was established in 1975 (according to the Manta site), offered an array of breads, cheeses, poultry, meats, canned and packaged goods, and more.
The address for the now-closed Evergood Market was 1674 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA, 02138.
[August 17 update: A Twitter post confirms that Evergood Market has indeed closed, with a picture showing a "prime retail available" sign out front.]
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