The upcoming Grain Exchange is now the upcoming Granary Tavern, says a rep from the Glynn Hospitality Group, which just changed the name and hopes to open the new venue by June 15. The two-floor, 250- seat restaurant with two bars is headed for 170 Milk Street, right by ye olde Grain Exchange Building on the Greenway. The Glynn Hospitality Group also runs The Purple Shamrock, The Black Rose, Coogan's and Hurricane O'Reilly's.
Actually, Grain Exchange Will Be Called Granary Tavern
by Aaron Kagan