Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Seaport eateries struggle to stay

Boston Herald
High rents are choking the food sellers in the booming Seaport say restaurateurs who are leaving or afraid they’ll be forced out of a saturated market they say is making business bad for everyone.

Salvatore’s, a fixture for more than a decade on Northern Avenue near D Street, closed at the end of April and owners of J. Pace and Son, a neighboring longtime tenant, are worried they may have to leave as well. . . . more