One of the notable Coffee shops in Eastern Boston that is gathering enormous momentum is the Boston Brewin Coffee. This coffees shop is ran by John Tyler, and his wife Melissa, located at the Maverick marketplace, where incubator spaces are made for both small retailers and offices.
They have revealed in an interview that they had a preconceived notion that this place of theirs could attract most people into the building and spice up the night–life at Boston as their working hours stretch to about 10:30 in the evening. The shop tends to promote Boston as they sell locally manufactured beers from Boston as well as liquors made in Massachusetts.
Their efforts have made them one of three Eastern Boston Businesses that haveobtained license to serve alcohol, and this shows how organised the shop is. Among the three businesses, two are small businesses, Boston Brewin inclusive. East Boston kitchen is the other one which is not doing badly at all.
Another business that has been projected to make a meaningful impact in the Boston business environment is the Hilton Garden Inn. It’s a very large building on the Boardman Street and houses a one-story, 6,270-square-foot retail/restaurant structure exactly at its north portion.
The Boston Redevelopment Authority has projected that the west end of the structure is going to house a 4,035-square-foot retail/restaurant building. This restaurant will have a tremendous impact on the lives of the indigenes of Boston as it is estimated to create about 15 full-time and 30 part-time jobs.
Most small businesses believe that the Hilton hotel is an ultra-modern hotel that can easily afford to purchase the license to serve alcohol and this will invariably defeat the rationale behind the issuance of the license, which was basically for small businesses. Local authorities have however vehemently denied this claim.