by Marc Hurwitz
An Italian eatery in downtown Boston that replaced a short-lived dining spot has also closed after a very short time in business.
According to a post from the Boston Hospitality and Tourism Industry Blog, Casalinga on Hanover Street in the Haymarket area of the city is no longer in business, which seems to confirm a recent check on the place showing that it was locked up and dark during business hours. The restaurant, which debuted last October, had taken over the space where Lulu's Kitchen had been until April of 2017, with that place first opening in the fall of 2016.
Casalinga offered such options as pizza, ravioli, chicken parmigiana, risotto, gnocchi, an Italian sub, and more.
The address for this now-closed Italian spot in downtown Boston was: Casalinga, 151 Hanover Street, Boston, MA, 02109.
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