Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Orange Corner Cafe in Boston's Back Bay Has Closed

It looks like a cafe in the Back Bay of Boston has closed its doors, and a new eatery may be moving into the space.

According to a Twitter post from @gregmclark, the Orange Leaf Cafe on Mass. Ave. is shuttered, with a temporary sign for what looks to be a new restaurant posted out front (the exact name of the new spot has not yet been confirmed). Phone calls to the eatery have gone unanswered, and a page om Yelp indicates that it has indeed closed.

[November 26 update: A comment added here (and confirmed by Yelp) indicates that Sepal has taken over the former Orange Corner Cafe space.]

The Orange Corner Cafe first opened in February of 2012, featuring a variety of breakfast and lunch items, including bagels, croissants, soups, sandwiches, panini, and coffee.

The address for this now-closed spot in the Back Bay was: Orange Corner Cafe, 374 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA, 02115.

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Blogger BeanTownShmev said...

It has re-opened as a Falafel joint and is QUITE good. It is now "Sepal"

10:05 AM  
Blogger Marc said...


1:08 PM  

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