by Marc Hurwitz
A suburban Jewish eatery that shut down last year is returning to a new space a few blocks away.
According to a newsletter update from the place, Inna's Kitchen is going to be opening back up in Newton Centre, moving into a space on Commonwealth Avenue near its former home on Pelham Street. The post indicates that the new place will be a takeout spot with no seating, sandwiches, or cold cuts, instead offering prepared foods including frozen items such as soups, pot pies, stuffed cabbage and latkes, while also selling family-style dinner items. the new location of Inna's will have a catering menu and cooking programs, and it also looks to have kosher supervision and a gluten-free kitchen. If all goes as planned, the new eatery could be opening in July.
The original location of Inna's Kitchen shut down in April of 2017 after being in business for approximately six years; it currently has a stall at the Boston Public Market near Haymarket Square.
The address for the new location of Inna's Kitchen is 547 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton Centre, MA, 02459. Its website can be found at http://innaskitchen.com/
Thanks to a source (Geoff Wong) for bringing this to our attention.
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