A waterside eatery in Boston's Seaport District will be joined by a second establishment from the same restaurant group, which could open a half mile down the road, Boston Restaurant Talk reported. The owners of 75 on Liberty Wharf plan to open 75 Seaport at 60 Seaport Blvd., according to the Fort Point Neighborhood Association.
The Boston Herald's Donna Goodison first mentioned the new restaurant on Twitter, and there was some confusion over the future address, which was originally thought to be 75 Seaport Blvd., according to a series of Twitter posts. But the '75' in the name is just meant to match the naming convention of a couple of the restaurant's siblings.
Seaport's 75 on Liberty Wharf has been around since 2012, and other restaurants in the group include 75 Chestnut, Cheers Beacon Hill, Cheers Faneuil Hall, and Hampshire House. This same group previously laid out plans to open a place called 75 on Cambridge in Beacon Hill, but the status of this project has not been updated in some time. (The building where it was to be located — 290 Cambridge St., the former home of Grampy's gas station and Villa Mexico Cafe — was finally completed around mid-2015.)
Eater has reached out for more details on the forthcoming 75 Seaport restaurant and will post any updates as they are made available.