Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Farm-to-Table Restaurant, Deli May Be Coming to Boston's Fenway Neighborhood

It looks like a brand new restaurant and a deli may be coming to the Fenway section of Boston, and it would be located within a residential tower being proposed by the owner of an historic farm west of the city.

The Boston Herald is reporting that Trans National Group Services is looking to develop a 28-story, 340-foot tower where its headquarters currently are (2 Charlesgate West), with owner Steve Belkin planning to open a farm-to-table restaurant that would feature produce and hard cider from Belkin Family Lookout Farm in South Natick, which Belkin also owns. The article says that a deli with baked goods, locally-grown produce, and grab-and-go food items would also be located at the site.

The plans for the residential tower along with the restaurant and deli are in their early stages, as the Trans National Properties division of Trans National Group Services filed a letter of intent with the Boston Redevelopment Authority yesterday.

The Belkin Family Lookout Farm's property dates all the way back to 1651, according to its website, which can be found at

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