Last month we mentioned that the person behind a recently-moved North End bakeshop was also getting ready to open a new dining spot nearby. Now we have learned that the restaurant is open--and we have also found out what kinds of foods it is offering.
According to an article from Eater Boston, Lulu's Kitchen is now open in the Haymarket section of Boston, with the Blackstone Street breakfast and lunch spot apparently focusing on comfort food such as fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, po' boys, egg sandwiches, buttermilk biscuits, and grits. The owner of the new restaurant is Sandy Russo, who runs Lulu's Sweet Shoppe, a store that moved from Salem Street to Parmenter Street a short time ago and which is known in part for its cupcakes.
Earlier we had reported that Lulu's Kitchen would be on Hanover Street, but the exact address is actually 120 Blackstone Street, which is at the corner of Hanover and Blackstone.
The Instagram page for Lulu's Kitchen is at https://www.instagram.com/lulus_kitchen_boston/
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