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New Businesses Are opening in Downtown Boston

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Downtown Boston is enjoying a multi-year influx of dozens of new restaurants and retailers. From Bold Skin Babe (shown here), to Five Iron Golf and WNDR Museum, attractive and exciting new businesses are opening up nearly every month, in every Downtown neighborhood, from Downtown Crossing and the Ladder District to the Financial District and Theater District.

The following listing gives a selection of the many businesses have debuted in Downtown over the past couple of years. For a comprehensive listing of all the new street-level business openings in the area over the past several years, please visit here.

With all of the major new development going on in the neighborhood, there is sure to be much, much more!


Bold Skin Babe salon
(8 City Hall Ave.)
Flourish & Foundry furniture (30 Tremont St.)
The Lineup food hall
(Winthrop Center)
WNDR Museum (500 Washington St.)  


Boston Memories store (298 Washington St.)
CAVA restaurant
(125 Summer St.)
(371 Washington St.)
Estella restaurant
(49 Temple Pl.)
Fete restaurant (25 Kingston St.)
Five-Iron Golf
(1 Washington Mall)
Hobgoblin restaurant (48 Temple Pl.)
Jiang Nan restaurant (177 Tremont St.)
Old Corner Christmas store (11 School St.)
Revival Cafe & Kitchen (121 Devonshire St.)
Say Weekend coffee shop (99 Summer St.)
Silver Dove Afternoon Tea (24 Tremont St.)
Snipes apparel (467 Washington St.)


(151 Tremont St.)
Guy's Boston Kitchen & Bar (186 Tremont St.)
High Street Place food hall (100 High St.)
Wig Shop Lounge (27 Temple Pl.)
Wolfgang's steakhouse (1 Boston Pl.)


Bar Mercato
(54 Devonshire St./Hyatt Centric)
Cafe Bonjour (55 Temple Pl.)
Hyatt Centric
(54-68 Devonshire St.)
Tatte Bakery (One Boston Pl., 125 Summer St.)


Better Sorts Social Club
(Nine Zero Hotel)
Boston Chops steakhouse
(52 Temple Pl.)
Democracy Brewing (29 Temple Pl.)
HomeGoods (350 Washington St.)