Friday, September 25, 2020

Post 390 in Boston's Back Bay Has Closed Permanently

 An upscale tavern that debuted in Boston more than 10 years ago has shut down.

According to a source, Post 390 in the Back Bay is no longer in business, with a note within its website saying the following:

With the current pandemic causing unprecedented uncertainty and change in our industry, we are sorry to share with you that Post 390 will not reopen its doors....Himmel Hospitality Group is exploring new and exciting ideas with the current space. We look forward to welcoming the Boston community back through our 406 Stuart Street doors in the future.

The note refers diners to Grill 23 in the Back Bay and Harvest in Cambridge's Harvard Square, both of which are under the same ownership.

Post 390, which first opened in 2009, was known in part for its locally-sourced New American and classic American fare along with its rustic atmosphere and its fireplaces.

The address for the now-closed Post 390 was 406 Stuart Street, Boston, MA, 02116.

by Marc Hurwitz (Also follow us on Twitter at @hiddenboston)

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