Boston Restaurant Conference: February 2021


A historic hotel in the heart of Boston that closed for renovations a few years ago is finally set to reopen, and it will include a new restaurant and bar.

Eater Boston is report (Going through The Boston Globe) that the Langham Boston at One Post Office Square plans to reopen in June and will house an Italian restaurant called Grana that will initially be open for breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch. Additionally, a bar called Fed will also open in the hotel, while private in-room dining will be an option for guests.

The Langham, which closed for renovation in spring 2019, previously housed BOND, The Reserve and Cafe Fleuri while also offering chocolate brunches.

The Langham Boston website can be found at

[March 12 update: According to an article in The Boston Globe, the chocolate bar will not be returning to The Langham Boston, as the space will become a ballroom, but a spokesperson for the hotel indicates that “vestiges of the chocolate will appear on restaurant menus.”]

[July 1 update: According to a press release, The Langham Boston is now open, with The Fed slated to open on July 12.]

[July 13 update: Eater Boston confirms that The Fed is now open, with the space having the feel of a British pub and the food and drink offerings having regional influences including a seafood tower, stuffies, lobster BLTs, and local beer and cider options while cocktails include spiked frappes.]

[August 2 update: According to the web page for the restaurant, Grana plans to open September 1.]

[Earlier Article]
BOND, the Langham hotel reserve which will be replaced by new restaurants; The ballroom takes over the Café Fleuri space

through Marc Hurwitz (Also follow us on Twitter at @ cachéboston)

[A related post from our sister site (Boston’s Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]

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