BeanTowne Coffee House in Boston Has Closed; APM Coffee Opening in Space

by Marc Hurwitz

A trio of coffee shops is now down to two, as it has closed its Boston location--though a new coffee shop is getting ready to open in its space.

According to an email, BeanTowne Coffee House on Kneeland Street (near the border of Chinatown and the Leather District) has shut down, with a message from the company confirming that it has indeed closed for good. The message indicates that a new spot called APM Coffee is planning to open in the space on Monday, and that it will apparently be offering Intelligentsia coffee as well as artisan sandwiches.

BeanTowne Coffee House first opened its Boston location in early 2017; its other shops in Cambridge's Kendall Square and Hampstead, NH remain in operation, according to the message that was sent to us.

The address for the now-closed BeanTowne Coffee House (and the new APM Coffee) in Boston is 99 Kneeland Street, Boston, MA, 02111.

February 19 update: Eater Boston confirms (via a Facebook post) that APM Coffee is now open.

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