A New England restaurant chain that specializes in wood-fired pizzas will join a handful of other dining spots at the new Boston Landing development at 80 Guest St. in Brighton, according to BostInno. Flatbread Company will be bringing more than just its pizzas to Brighton: The candlepin bowling it’s known for at its Davis Square location will be part of the new metro location.
The Guest Street development is home to the New Balance World Headquarters and the Boston Bruins’ training and practice facility, and it will be a future stop on the MBTA’s Framingham/Worcester commuter rail line.
Flatbread’s lineup of pizzas, salads, and numerous craft beers will headline its 15th restaurant, which will include the second adjoining bowling alley for the local chain, which started in Amesbury in 1998.
Flatbread will join a few other dining spots at Boston Landing, including Rail Stop Restaurant and Bar (an affiliate of Gloucester’s Seaport Grille) and Kōhi Coffee Company, an import from Provincetown. Kōhi first opened in 2014 and specializes in assorted coffees, espresso, and cold brew, as well as tea.