Monday, November 18, 2013

Update: Central Wharf Co. Is Replacing Jose McIntyre's in Downtown Boston

[Ed note: This article was updated on November 27 to reflect confirmation of this happening.]

It looks like a new restaurant and bar is coming to downtown Boston, apparently replacing another dining and drinking spot that it owned by the same restaurant group.

The Boston Hospitality and Tourism Industry Blog is reporting (via The Improper Bostonian) that The Glynn Hospitality Group is planning to open a new spot called Central Wharf Co. on Milk Street, with the address indicating that it may be taking over the Jose McIntyre's space in Downtown Boston. There doesn't appear to be any other information on the new spot (menu, opening date, etc.); as soon as we get more information, we will post an update here.

[November 27 update: The Boston Hospitality and Tourism Industry Blog confirms that Central Wharf Co. will indeed be moving into the Jose McIntyre's space, as the post shows pictures of Central Wharf signs now being up at the site.]

[November 27 update #2: One of our readers says that Central Wharf Co. is now open.]

The Glynn Hospitality Group runs several other restaurants and bars in the area, including The Black Rose, Brownstone, Clerys, Coogan's, Dillon's, Granary Tavern, Hurricane O'Reilly's, and Sterling's. Its website can be found at

The address for Jose McIntyre's (and the upcoming Central Wharf Co.) is 160 Milk Street, Boston, MA, 02109.

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