A New York City-based group of "farm-to-counter" restaurants has opened another location in Boston, and this one is located near the water in a part of the city that has been seeing a number of dining and drinking spots open of late.
As reported in an earlier article here, Dig Inn opens today in the city's Fort Point Neighborhood, moving into a space on Thomson Place between Congress Street and Seaport Boulevard. Based on its other locations at the Prudential Center, in Downtown Crossing and across from Copley Square, expect to see "market bowls" offered that have a grain or salad base with items such as chicken, beef, and salmon added.
Another location of Dig Inn is also being planned for Cambridge's Harvard Square, though it is not yet known when that outlet might open.
The address for the new location of Dig Inn in Boston's Fort Point area is 25 Thomson Place, Boston, MA, 02210. The website for all locations is at https://www.diginn.com/
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