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Roza Lyons Opens Tomorrow in Southie

With shareable plates and craft beer

Roza Lyons signage
Roza Lyons signage
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A new restaurant opens tomorrow in Southie in the space formerly occupied by Urban Art Bar. Roza Lyons will make its debut at 709 East Broadway at 5 p.m., according to a post on Facebook, where it will serve a farm-to-table menu of shareable plates and craft beer, cocktails, and wine.

Robert Fitzharris, Ian Neubecker, and Marcos Figueiredo (alums of The Playwright) form the team behind Roza Lyons and completely renovated the space to cater to their plans. The trio wanted to create a restaurant that would be a haven for a calm crowd more inclined to opt for a healthy wrap than a menu of fried foods, as previously reported.

The menu at Roza Lyons will include made-to-share dishes like flatbreads, charcuterie plates, Buffalo chicken empanadas, and crab cakes; substantial salads, like a smoked salmon salad with sliced avocado and bacon, an apple and goat cheese salad, and a Greek salad; and more.

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