As a local health-minded restaurant chain prepares to open a new location in Woburn this summer, it is closing down its location in Harvard Square. B.Good (stylized as b.good) at 24 Dunster St. marks its final day Tuesday, according to Boston Restaurant Talk.
B.Good had its Dunster Street location for more than 10 years, and to bid farewell, the restaurant is offering pay-what-you-can pricing on meals for its final day, with all proceeds going to the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter. A post on its Facebook page indicated that B.Good is searching for a new nearby location in order to return to the Square soon.
Other restaurants in and around Harvard's Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center have closed or made plans to relocate on account of a planned construction project, including Clover and Oggi Gourmet, as previously reported.
B.Good has other locations in the Boston area and elsewhere in Massachusetts, along with more in Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Connecticut, North Carolina, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Canada.
Update: B.Good's co-founder, Jon Olinto, told Eater the closure is due to the construction at the campus center. "We love Harvard Square, have built a loyal base of great customers over 10+ years, and are really sad to leave our space on Dunster," he wrote in an email.