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Noon Mediterranean, Which Had Originally Been Verts, Will Soon Become Daphne's Mediterranean

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    A chain of Mediterranean dining spots with one location in Boston is getting a name change...again.

    According to an article from Eater Boston, Noon Mediterranean will soon change over to Daphne's Mediterranean, as the former filed for bankruptcy in August and the latter subsequently purchased it. Daphne's, which is based in California, will start changing over the Noon locations in March of 2019, with the Summer Street location in the city's Financial District being converted in April.

    The Texas-based Noon Mediterranean had originally been called Verts, but it went through a name change late last year; in April of this year it closed a handful of locations--including outlets in the Back Bay and Downtown Crossing--around the time of the bankruptcy filing.

    The address for the sole remaining location of Noon (and soon, Daphne's) in Boston is 95 Summer Street, while the website for Noon can be found at https://www.eatnoon.com/

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