A new restaurant called Grain Exchange is slated for a June opening on the Greenway, says the Herald. The Grain Exchange will seat 250 on two floors with two bars and "an exposed kitchen and panoramic al fresco style windows" at at 170 Milk Street, adjacent to the historic Grain Exchange Building.
The restaurant comes from Glynn Hospitality Group, which also owns The Purple Shamrock, The Black Rose, Coogan's and Hurricane O'Reilly's. The Herald also reports that the menu will feature "charcuterie, regional shellfish, flatbreads and New England classics with a twist." What, no Southern influences? Meanwhile, The Purple Shamrock will close in September.