Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The Middle Gray in Brookline Village Closes Its Coffee Shop; Art Gallery Remains Open

It looks like a multi-concept spot in Brookline has closed its cafe, but the business continues on.

According to Patrick Maguire of Maguire Promotions & Hospitality Consulting, The Middle Gray on Station Street in Brookline Village has posted a sign out front saying that its coffee shop is currently closed, though its art gallery remains open from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM on weekdays. The sign also says that the place will have weekly live music performances where food and drink will be offered, and that patrons should check the social media pages of the business for updates, including event dates.

The Middle Gray first opened in August of 2015, taking over the space where Olea Cafe and a yarn shop had been. The original concept included a coffee shop/cafe, art gallery, wine bar, and performance space.

The address for The Middle Gray is 6 Station Street, Brookline, MA, 02445. Its website (which is currently under construction) can be found at

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Blogger website designer said...

Boston should have got a lot of good coffee shop and restaurants. Maybe this is a good point to attract people to this city.
There is a website in our area ( ) that has addresses and telephone numbers of some restaurants. If it is possible in your city, maybe you can make something like this too, to help others finding them better.

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