Harvard Square’s legendary purveyor of specialty foods and fine wines, the nearly seventy-year-old Cardullo’s Gourmet Shoppe, is expanding to Boston’s Seaport District this spring, as the Boston Herald recently reported. A representative from Cardullo’s confirmed this information with Eater via email, writing that the Seaport rendition of Cardullo’s (101 Seaport Blvd., Boston) will function in the same way as its parent shop in Harvard Square (6 Brattle St., Cambridge).
That means it’ll carry a global selection of everything from fancy salts and olive oils to pastas and sauces, jams and preserves, coffees and teas, and more.
“Cardullo’s will expand on its growing reputation for fine wines,” noted the representative, “with varietals sourced everywhere from Napa Valley to Italy, and craft beers, both local and imported. It will also add small batch spirit offerings to its Seaport location.”
Cardullo’s Seaport will also feature a deli, serving breakfast sandwiches in the morning and sandwiches, charcuterie, cheese, and salads at lunch. Plus, patrons will be able to buy gift baskets and boxes.
“We were drawn to the Seaport for a multitude of reasons,” said co-owner Kim Wilson, via a press release. “This location is thriving with a community of residents and businesses who come to the Seaport for shopping, dining and more. When we considered expanding our brand, it felt like the perfect fit to bring our rich legacy from one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods to one of its newest.”