Monday, July 09, 2012

Columbus Cafe in the South End of Boston Appears to Have Closed

Last fall we reported that a restaurant in Boston's South End was apparently going to be closing, and now it looks like the eatery may indeed have served its last meal.

Acording to a poster on the Chowhound site, the space where the Columbus Cafe has been is completely empty, and there are no signs on the windows or door indicating what might be going on with the spot. A call placed to the Columbus Avenue restaurant indicates that their phone appears to be out of service, as a message came up stating that the call could not be connected.

The Columbus Cafe first opened in late 2005, featuring an eclectic mix of dishes that included calamari, Swedish meatballs, deviled egg, taquitos, catfish, pork chops, macaroni and cheese, Moroccan lamb shank, meatloaf, and seafood stew. The dining spot had been up for sale last year--and a rumor had been going around stating that it was possibly going to close last November--but it remained open until now.

The address for this now-closed restaurant in the South End was: Columbus Cafe and Bar, 535 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA, 02118.

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Columbus Cafe in Boston's South End Is Apparently Closing

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Blogger sg said...

so sad. This was our neighborhood favorite

9:16 PM  

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