by Marc Hurwitz
It looks like an iconic grocery store in Cambridge may be joined by a second shop on the Boston waterfront.
The Boston Herald is reporting
that Cardullo's in Harvard Square is planning to open in the Seaport District, with a licensing board page
mentioning that the Brattle Street shop is eyeing a space in an office tower on Seaport Boulevard that is also home to such spots as Aceituna Grill, by Chloe, Tikkaway Grill, and Yoki Express. Few details are known about the proposed store in the Seaport District other than the fact that it plans to sell alcohol, so keep checking back for updates.
Cardullo's, which first opened in 1950, is a gourmet market that sells a variety of cheese, chocolate products, honey, spices, coffee, tea, liquor, pasta, sandwiches, and more. The store changed hands in 2015, with Kim and Richard Wilson purchasing it from the Cardullo family.
The address for the original Cardullo's is 6 Brattle Street in Harvard Square, while the address for the proposed shop in the Seaport District is 101 Seaport Boulevard. (Its website can be found at http://www.cardullos.com/)
[January 18 update: Eater Boston states
that the new location of Cardullo's in the Seaport District will be similar to its Harvard Square shop, though it will also offer small batch spirits and it will include a deli that sells breakfast sandwiches in the morning as well as sandwiches, salads, charcuterie,...