Two new restaurants are slated to open in a space north of Boston that was once home to a Boston-area restaurant’s outpost. Papa Razzi, located at 2 Wall St., closed in October after nearly 20 years in business and a recent re-concepting, and two new spots, Temazcal Tequila Cantina and Tony's Coal Fire Pizza, will open in its place, according to the Daily Times Chronicle.
Burlington’s board of selectmen approved the transfer of Papa Razzi’s liquor license, which will be applied to the new Mexican and pizza restaurants. Temazcal and Tony’s will reportedly share a kitchen but will have different designs and seating areas.
The two restaurants will be run by Rebel Restaurants, an affiliate of The Cronin Group, as Boston Restaurant Talk noted. There is an existing Temazcal Tequila Cantina in Boston’s Seaport.
Update, 9/18/17: Tony’s Coal Fire Pizza’s name has been changed to Jack’s Coal Fired Pizza; it’s expected to open in September 2017.