Posted on April 1st, 2016
What’s new in Union Square?
Since the beginning of 2016, three new food businesses have emerged in Union Square’s culinary scene. Check them out!
257 Washington St. | www.julietsomerville.com
Hours: Breakfast 7am-11am, Lunch 11am-4pm, dinner 4pm -7pm; Saturday/Sunday 8am – 7pm
Owner: Joshua Lewin & Katrina Jazayeri
From: United States
Here you can be as comfortable stopping in on your morning commute, taking a cup of the hand selected coffee or house made tea to go, along with a commuter friendly menu choice, such as coffee or tea + two breakfast tacos for $8.00. If you want to have your meal there, you can enjoy it around their open kitchen counter seating. The options include charcuterie, soups, salads, and sandwiches. Juliet serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Juice Union
23 Bow Street | www.thejuiceunion.com
Hours: 7 days a week 8am – 8pm
Owner: Diana Krefetz
From: United States
100% vegan, the Juice Union was created by local residents eager to offer a fresh and delicious option to the diverse culinary culture of Union Square. They offer a variety of fruits and vegetables blended in a delicious and creative way. The options include juice made to order from fresh fruits and vegetables; smoothie; and b’nice cream bowls, which are bananas whipped and transformed to a texture reminiscent of soft-serve ice cream. The shop is located right next door to the Neighborhood Restaurant.
16 Bow Street |617-776-7623 |
Hours: Mon – Thu: 11:30am – 9:30pm, Fri – Sat: 11:30am. to 10:30pm – Sun. 12:00pm – 9:30pm. They deliver, charge: $2.00 Tel: 617 764 51 82 / 617 764 54 20
Owner: Queenin and Joe Lam
From: Hong Kong, China
Offering a variety of vegetables, chicken, beef, pork, seafood, noodle soup, and hot pot varieties, Yuki Shabu has your next Chinese food craving ready and waiting for you. The restaurant has a nice atmosphere. You can sit down to eat either at the food bar in front or in the back part of the restaurant to enjoy the full hotpot experience. Choose between spicy, savory, and mild soup flavors to pair with the platters of ingredients, which are cooked in the broth table side before being eaten. They have platters of vegetables, seafood, tofu and noodles. The thinly sliced meats are the most popular.