Live Noodles by Boston University Has Apparently Closed
It looks like a dining spot by Boston University that featured Chinese noodles has shut down.
According to a source (Andy Tsai), Live Noodles on Commonwealth Avenue in Packard's Corner is "boarded up," with the Yelp page for the eatery seeming to confirm this. The dining spot first opened in the former Quan's Kitchen space late last summer, featuring hand-pulled noodles as well as a variety of Sichuan dishes, with the place being particularly popular with college students.
As soon as we find out exactly why Live Noodles closed--and what might end up going into the space--we will post an update here.
The address for this now-closed dining spot by BU was: Live Noodles, 1026 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA, 02215.
[August 4 update: A source tells us that the closing of Live Noodles may be temporary, but this has not been confirmed as of yet.]
[September 16 update: Live Noodles is open once again.]
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