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Coppersmith Hall liquor license approved

Posted by Patrick Rosso  February 13, 2014 03:22 PM

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The transfer of a liquor license from the Purple Shamrock to Coppersmith Hall, a new restaurant proposed for 3rd Street in South Boston, was approved by the Boston Licensing Board on Thursday.

The new restaurant, 40 West 3rd St., is expected to open by summer and serve American comfort food.

The restaurant and patio, which can fit upward of 250 diners, are anticipated to open at 6 a.m. and close at 1 a.m. In the morning the establishment would cater to the café crowd, with coffee and other breakfast-type offerings.

During the afternoon the restaurant would offer a number of lunch items, including premade meals. During the evening the restaurant would offer a full dinner menu.

The interior will reflect the building’s previous use as a machine shop, with an industrial feel.

Two non-mobile food trucks are also expected to be installed in the building’s interior, to provide space for food competitions, lunch time meals, and additional menu items.

To read about the proponent’s presentation before the Boston Licensing Board Wednesday, click here.

To read about the proponent’s presentation before the West Broadway Neighborhood Association, click here.

The Ginger Man

The transfer of a liquor license from Remington’s to the Ginger Man, a tavern proposed for the Fort Point, was delayed by the Boston Licensing Board Thursday.

Anticipated to seat close to 200 patrons in the main dining room and on a small patio, the establishment, which would be located at 374 Congress St., is expected to focus on its beer and lunch-style food. The first Ginger Man opened in 1985 and it has locations in Texas as well as New York and Connecticut.

To read about the proponent’s presentation before the Boston Licensing Board Wednesday, click here.

To read about the proponent’s presentation before the Fort Point Neighborhood Association, click here.


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