Boston Landing lands first restaurant, a candlepin bowling alley and more


Boston Business Journal | By Catherine Carlock
February 14, 2017

Boston Landing, a mixed-use development on the Allston/Brighton line that’s home to the global headquarters for New Balance Athletics and a Boston Bruins practice facility, has landed three food-service retail tenants.

Gloucester-based Beauport Hospitality Group will open Rail Stop Restaurant & Bar, an 11,738-square-foot bar and restaurant, at 96 Guest St. The restaurant will be designed by Peter Niemitz and offer “upscale contemporary New England cuisine,” including steak, seafood, craft cocktails, wine and artisanal draft beers.

New Hampshire-based The Flatbread Co. will open an 8,349-square-foot restaurant and candlepin bowling alley at the base of the Warrior Ice Arena, the practice rink for the Boston Bruins. The restaurant will feature wood-fired pizza, salads and beer.

K?hi Coffee Co. will open in a 1,295-square-foot location at 130 Guest St. immediately adjacent to the New Balance global flagship store. The coffeeshop first launched in Provincetown in 2014 and is known for its handcrafted espresso, coffee, cold brew and tea.

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