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

The Hood Milk Bottle.

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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