Restaurants renovating on Beacon Avenue

The folks opening Bar del Corso in the old Beacon Pub space have posted a few photos of the work they are doing on the building. Looks like it will be a bit brighter inside, now that they are stripping paint off the old transom windows.

Thali meals like this may be served in the former Culinary Communion space soon. Photo by Shahoo, via Creative Commons.
Further down Beacon Avenue in the old purple Culinary Communion/Tasha’s Bistro Café house, a sign indicates that another new restaurant will open this summer, and this one will feature Indian food. We haven’t been able to reach anyone there yet, but it appears to be a branch of Travelers Tea Bar on Capitol Hill, and will feature vegetarian thali meals (here’s an example of the menu at the Capitol Hill café).

3 thoughts on “Restaurants renovating on Beacon Avenue”

  1. To say I’m excited about this would be a gross understatement. I love Indian food, Traveler’s Chai is the bomb! This is a dream come true for me…there’s no decent Indian in the South End. Yippee for BeHi!

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