It looks like Sullivan’s is moving into the Hood Milk Bottle

The Hood Milk Bottle. —David L Ryan/Globe Staff

Soon, you’ll no longer have to travel all the way to Castle Island to get your Sullivan’s fix.

The iconic waterfront restaurant has obtained a license this month to sell food and drink items from a landmark that’s hard to miss: the Hood Milk Bottle in the Fort Point neighborhood, next to the Boston Children’s Museum.

According to a notice posted to the city’s Licensing Board website, Sullivan’s Castle Island, LLC, applied this month for the right to operate out of the roughly 40-foot-tall bottle.

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