Monday, August 21, 2017

Pad Thai Cafe Is Reopening in Boston's Fenway Neighborhood, Taking Over Rice Bowl Space

A Thai restaurant that closed down late last year and was replaced by a new dining spot and music venue is returning, moving into a nearby space where another eatery had been.

According to a Facebook post from Drew Starr, Pad Thai Cafe is opening on Hemenway Street in the Fenway neighborhood of Boston, taking over the space where Rice Bowl had been. Pad Thai Cafe had formerly been in the same block on Boylston Street but it shut down last December, with The Bebop subsequently taking over the space. (The Bebop is a restaurant, bar, and music club from the people behind The Burren in Somerville's Davis Square.) It is not yet known when Pad Thai Cafe might open, so keep checking back for updates.

The new address for Pad Thai Cafe is 6 Hemenway Street, Boston, MA, 02115.

[January 23, 2018 update: A message from @BostonZest indicates that Pad Thai Cafe is now open in its new space on Hemenway Street.]

[Earlier Article]
The Bebop Opens in Former Pad Thai Cafe in Boston's Fenway/Kenmore Neighborhood

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