We are sad to report the salad shop Shredded that opened at 246 West Broadway this past spring has officially closed its doors. According to an instagram post, “lack of appetite” from the neighborhood for the Shredded concept, is the main reason the salad shop has closed. You can see their statement made on Facebook and Instagram here:
Three years ago, four local guys surveyed the South Boston landscape, looked at the food offerings and changing demographics of our neighborhood and thought a clean, local, fresh, healthy option was missing. With that in mind, we decided to open a quick serve, fresh salads and noodle bowls concept called SHREDDED. We created a clean and pleasant atmosphere that offered our own unique core salad and noodle bowl creations, along with some seasonal options, built around the Local. Fresh. Healthy. 02127 tag line. While we were able to take our idea and turn it into a reality, we, unfortunately, discovered there just wasn’t the “appetite” for our concept as we thought there would be. So it’s with a great amount of disappointment, mixed with a great amount of pride, having built a business, though short lived, with a hardcore group of very loyal customers, that we have to let you know we have decided to close SHREDDED. This closure is effective as of today, Friday, November 30, 2018. We will miss the appreciation, compliments, excitement, and feedback many of you shared with us over this last year, whether it was at our shop, on the street as we passed you on the sidewalk, or at our favorite Southie watering hole. You have become great friends and we hope to see you from time to time as we walk the streets of South Boston. We hope to bring you a new concept in the near future! Now, on to the next adventure!
We are sad to see Shredded go and wish them the best of luck! Shredded is the second restaurant to close on West Broadway in the past few months. The Certified Meatball Company announced its closing back in September. No word yet what will replace Shredded or the Certified Meatball Company.
What would you like to see go in those spots?