A sprawling restaurant in Boston’s Seaport District that opened earlier this year has already closed down, at least for now. A reader noticed signage on the door indicating the closure and mentioning renovations, and Mike Hughes, the general manager for 75 on Courthouse Square (60 Seaport Blvd., Boston), confirmed the situation to Eater, noting that it is “closed for renovations at the moment.”
“We do not have a timeline as to when we will re-open,” Hughes wrote in an email, indicating the restaurant would remain closed “until further notice” and apologizing for any inconveniences.
The restaurant opened in January 2018 as part of the Hampshire House Corporation, which was founded by Thomas A. Kershaw and includes two other restaurants with “75” in the name: 75 Chestnut and 75 on Liberty Wharf. The group also runs Cheers Beacon Hill, Cheers Faneuil Hall, and Hampshire House.
75 on Courthouse Square is part of a fairly new mixed-use development on Seaport Boulevard, along with Tuscan Kitchen and Kings. The 7,000-square-foot restaurant accommodates 250 people and includes a private events space. Its menu leans toward New England comfort food, with items ranging from salads and sandwiches to steamed mussels, pasta, and seafood stew.
Any updates regarding a reopening timeline for 75 on Courthouse Square will be shared when they are made available. In the meantime, the restaurant’s website and social media channels have been taken down.
Update, 8/27, 2:00 p.m.: A public relations representative for the restaurant indicates that it has closed permanently.