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La Casa de Pedro's Seaport Expansion Plans Summer Debut

Get ready for so many mojitos

La Casa de Pedro in Watertown
La Casa de Pedro in Watertown
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Late last year, Watertown's La Casa de Pedro starting making moves to expand to Boston's Seaport District. The Latin American restaurant, which occupies a large, colorful space near Branch Line, has been open for nearly 20 years and features big portions, live music, and fun cocktails (including nine variations on a mojito).

The new location (505 Congress St., inside the fancy Waterside Place apartment building) is now officially aiming for a summer 2016 opening, according to a press release from the building's management company, Bozzuto. The restaurant will span 10,000 square feet on the ground floor and serve lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch from chef/owner Pedro Alarcon.

The menu draws inspiration from Alarcon's native Venezuela and beyond and offers a mix of tapas and larger entrees — a big variety of hearty meat- and seafood-based dishes that each come with several sides. Live music — a staple at the Watertown location — will take place at the Seaport location as well.

Keep an eye on the new location's Facebook page for updates as the opening approaches.

La Casa De Pedro (Boston)

505 Congress St., Boston, MA 02210 Visit Website

La Casa De Pedro (Watertown)

343 Arsenal St, Watertown, MA 02472 (617) 923-8025 Visit Website

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