A local chain that closed its location in Harvard Square back in March will make its return to the neighborhood this month. B.Good has taken over 1 Eliot St., the space formerly occupied by O Sushi, and it could reopen in the square by September 20, according to co-founder Jon Olinto.
B.Good shuttered its 24 Dunster St. restaurant after more than 10 years in that location as a result of construction planned for Harvard University’s campus center, as previously reported. Other restaurants, including Clover and Oggi Gourmet, were also forced to relocate for renovations of the Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center.
The restaurant’s new Eliot Street home currently boasts a "now hiring" sign in the window, per a tip Eater received, and the interior is nearing completion. "We can’t wait to be back in the square," Olinto told Eater via email.
B.Good recently opened its newest location in Woburn at 4 Cummings Park Dr.