[Ed note: This article was updated on August 16 to reflect the fact that the place has reopened.]

A kosher restaurant in downtown Boston is the latest to announce that it will be closed for the winter of 2020/2021.

According to sources, the Milk Street Cafe in the city’s financial district has decided to enter a dormant state in late October 2020. Facebook postal From that place, cafes and catering businesses will be closed until “more of our customers can return to their offices.” As the pandemic continues, the restaurant is one of many places to enter hibernation, including Emory at Beacon Hill, Commonwealth at Kendall Square in Cambridge, Grand Tour at Back Bay, Kenmore at Kenmore Square, and South The Gray Room in Boston is closed all winter, while Olfano and Mother Tiger at Fenway Bar and Sligo Bar at Davis Square in Somerville plan to enter hibernation this weekend.

Milk Street Cafe has been in business since 1981.

The address of Milk Street Cafe is 50 Milk Street, Boston, MA, 02109.Its website can be found at https://milkstreetcafe.com/

[August 16, 2021 update: A message sent from Adam of the Boston Hospitality and Tourism Industry blog mentions that Milk Street Cafe plans to reopen today.]

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