One Popular Charlestown Restaurant Will Open Another

Charlestown’s Navy Yard Bistro (1 Sixth St., Boston) will close in its modern area on the stop of August after 15 years, and the team in the back of every other famous Charlestown eating place, Brewer’s Fork, plans to take over space and open something new there.

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Brewer’s Fork co-proprietor Michael Cooney showed the news to Eater, noting that the group isn’t always precisely certain what the new restaurant could be; however that they “truely revel in Charlestown and the people who live here, so [they] are remarkably excited to carry a brand new idea to the place.”

The eating place might supply chef and co-owner John Payne the chance to awareness on something apart from the timber-fired pizzas which have helped popularize the four-yr-old Brewer’s Fork, the team advised the Charlestown Patriot-Bridge, describing the approaching eating place as “an American bistro.”

Space will reportedly go through sizable renovations underneath the stewardship of the Brewer’s Fork crew. They’ll also parent out what to do about beverages: Navy Yard Bistro’s liquor license will now not be available for purchase, so the Brewer’s Fork group will look someplace else. In element, Brewer’s Fork is understood for its fantastic beer list; Cooney is also an alum of one of the Boston region’s fine beer bars, the Publick House. But for the brand new restaurant, the team reportedly plans to comply with within the footsteps of the Navy Yard Bistro and exhibit wine.

Navy Yard Bistro has been in operation seeing that August 2004, serving new American delicacies. Owner John Moore advised the Charlestown Patch late final yr that he didn’t need to shut. However, the landlord wasn’t inquisitive about renewing the lease. At the time, Moore stated that he planned to discover a new area in Charlestown to reopen — preferably a bigger space that might permit him to feature sushi to the menu. He hasn’t announced further plans right now.

After figuring out that he wouldn’t be keeping the restaurant open in its contemporary area, Moore contacted the Brewer’s Fork team to invite if they’d like to increase into space as soon as the Navy Yard Bistro closes. “John got here to Brewer’s Fork and stated he wasn’t renewing his lease and desired to look if we desired to take it over,” Michael Cooney advised the Charlestown Patriot-Bridge. “He’s always been very near us and changed into very helpful when we opened Brewer’s Fork.”

Navy Yard Bistro will close on August 31, and the brand new eating place should open early subsequent 12 months.
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