by Marc Hurwitz
It looks like an artisanal "farm-to-table" grocery store in South Boston could soon be joined by an adjacent restaurant that focuses on locally-sourced food.
Universal Hub is reporting that The Zoning Board of Appeal has given its approval for the people behind American Provisions to open a sit-down bistro next to the East Broadway market, with an earlier post from Caught in Southie saying that it will include seating for 28 along with a kitchen. Both articles say that owners Andy Faddous and Matthew Thayer hope to acquire a beer and wine license, while their attorney says that "It's something decidedly different for South Boston....It will be a non-noisy, quiet restaurant for people like us."
A second location of American Provisions opened earlier this year in Dorchester, moving into the Treadmark building in the Ashmont/Peabody Square area. (The website for both stores can be found at https://www.americanprovisions.com/)
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