Cosi on State Street in Downtown Boston Has Closed
A troubled local chain of dining spots that may be on its way to the auction block has closed another one of its locations.
According to a Twitter post from @ThePatInTheHat, the State Street location of Cosi in Downtown Boston is no longer in operation, as the space has been cleared and the ads have been removed from the windows. A check on Cosi's website seems to confirm this, as the shop is no longer shown in the locations section of the site, while the section also indicates that locations on Federal Street, High Street, and Milk Street in the downtown area as well as the Seaport District and Logan Airport remain in operation for now.
In September, the Cosi chain filed for bankruptcy and had its stock delisted the following month, while an article here also mentioned that most or all of Cosi's assets could be sold in an auction on November 30, depending on whether one or more qualified bids are received. A few other locations of the chain have closed this fall, including ones in South Station, Boston's Back Bay, and Cambridge's Kendall Square.
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