Union Square breakfast and lunch spot Sherman Cafe and its sibling around the corner, Sherman Market, are undergoing renovations to integrate the two into a connected space with more seating and a bigger kitchen. There are a couple of other storefronts between them, but it appears that the two Shermans can connect somewhere in the innards of the building without disrupting the existing businesses.
In addition to the improved kitchen and seating, customers will be able to enter from both sides, according to a post on Sherman Cafe's Facebook page. For the time being, the market is closed off for renovations, and products from the market are available in the cafe space.
Sherman Cafe has been open for nine years, serving pastries, salads, and soups made almost entirely from scratch and from locally sourced ingredients. Likewise, the tiny market (which opened four years ago) stocks a variety of New England produce, meat, and other local products.
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