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A Taste of Castle Island Will Come to the Hood Milk Bottle in Fort Point

Sullivan’s has a hot dog plan for the iconic spot

Hood Milk Bottle at the Boston Children’s Museum
Hood Milk Bottle at the Boston Children’s Museum
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Boston’s unmissable Hood Milk Bottle at the Children’s Museum in Fort Point has formed a partnership with a similarly iconic fixture from South Boston: Sullivan’s of Castle Island will bring a limited menu to the milk bottle concession stand this summer, according to the Boston Globe.

Sullivan’s has been around since 1951 and is best known for its menu of lobster rolls, fried seafood, and french fries, plus ice cream and other items. Owner Brendan Sullivan operates Sullivan’s during the warmer months and was recently granted a license to operate within the 60-foot milk bottle, right along the Fort Point Channel, as Boston Magazine reports. This Sullivan’s outpost will offer a limited menu of hot dogs and hot sandwiches, lobster rolls, salads, and soft serve. Expect to see a Sullivan’s presence within the milk bottle starting June 28 and running through September.

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