A new restaurant hoping to serve up Mongolian cuisine on Beacon Hill is set to ask the neighborhood for its support as it applies for city licenses.
The new tenant of 326 Cambridge St. is set to appear before the Beacon Hill Civic Association's Zoning and Licensing Committee Wednesday to ask the committee not oppose the restaurant's application for a Common Victualler License and a conditional use permit as a restaurant with take-out.
The restaurant would operate in the former home of The Spotted Apron.
Additional venting for the kitchen is needed in the rear of the building and its design has already been approved by the Beacon Hill Architectural Commission, according to the committee's agenda.
The agenda also states that the restaurant would seat 59 patrons and would operate from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
The committee will also hear from the owner of 12 Louisburg Square, who is presenting the final proposal to renovate the building and convert it from a three family home to a one family home.
The committee meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. at 74 Joy St.