This past year lots of new businesses have opened in the neighborhood! Here are some of our favorites! Did we miss your favorite new spot? Send us an email at [email protected]
C Street Pop Up
Located at the corner of C Street and Baxter Street, C Street Pop-Up at Iron Works is a sustainably-crafted pop-up experience with an inclusive, diverse and local mix of food, drinks and shopping – and just opened this past July! Outdoor games such as corn hole and a variety of seating areas will complement the retail offerings and provide a range of activities for families, neighbors, and visitors alike.
And just like that… Last summer, the owners of Love Child – the unique shop with the Palm Springs vibe – launched a campaign to grow their business by applying for a package store license. And it became official! Love Child began selling beer, wine and spirits.
The Wild One
The Wild One – the sister business of Love Child – is a pop up bar located at the C Street Pop-Up. Wild One serves beer, wine + features special workshops and events!
Who’s ready to play? The much anticipated 21,000 square foot pickleball/restaurant/entertainment concept, PKL opened its doors this past June at the Iron Works development to rave reviews. Enjoy food, cocktails, cornhole, shuffleboard and plenty of pickleball!
The Return of Telegraph Hill
Telegraph Hill Kitchen & Bar reopened its doors back in May. Shuttered since March of 2020, the popular Southie neighborhood pub debuted with new management and a group of industry vets hailing from some of Boston’s most beloved bars and restaurants. Originally opened in 2010, Telegraph Hill continues its legacy as a cozy understated watering hole that serves up local craft beers and comfort food.
Luxe Home Interiors
Luxe Home Interiors has everything from small accent furniture to lamps, artwork, rugs and more! And they opened this past March at the corner of L and Broadway!
The Italian Riviera right in the neighborhood. Ombrello, a new pop-up concept and a summer oasis at Seaport’s newest retail and dining destination, The Superette. Ombrello features a menu of savory and sweet snack boxes, perfect for enjoying on Ombrello’s colorful, umbrella lined patio, or grabbing to-go for a picnic along the harbor.
Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.
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