A restaurateur behind a popular Concord restaurant has tapped Boston’s Waterfront for her next venture. Kristin Canty, who’s behind Woods Hill Table, will bring an as yet unnamed restaurant to the historic site of the former Anthony’s Pier 4 restaurant, as the Boston Globe reports.
The restaurant won’t arrive until 2019, according to Boston Magazine, and Canty has a stockpile of knick-knacks from before Anthony’s Pier 4 was demolished that will grace the decor of the new spot.
“I have fond memories of celebrating with friends and family at Anthony’s Pier 4,” Canty said in a release. “As a restaurateur, I’m inspired by its impact on the Boston restaurant scene. While the Anthony’s Pier 4 experience could never be replicated, we do hope to honor its legacy by providing the Seaport a convivial waterfront dining atmosphere and warm hospitality.”
Canty’s Woods Hill Table is known for its organic menu and its showcasing of ingredients sourced from her own farm, the Farm at Woods Hill, in Bath, New Hampshire. Its Boston counterpart will likewise feature products from the farm, and it will occupy nearly 7,000 square feet of first-floor space within a new nine-story residential building at the site where Anthony’s Pier 4 stood before it was demolished in 2016.