According to the Globe, the opening is planned for late May, and it'll be a "New York-style bistro."
The Facebook page mentions breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee, and drinks. I'm excited for any new lunch options near my office, so I'm curious to see what the menu will be like.
I'm still a bit disappointed that Vinny T's closed - it was always a great place for big groups, and the last time I went there, they were very accommodating and gave us family-style entrees even though they were no longer on the menu. There are still some other locations out in the suburbs, though.
Well, I'm going to keep an eye on this place, and I'll post an update if I get anymore details!
According to a job listing on BostonChefs.com, the menu will consist of "American Tavern food with an emphasis on native New England ingredients. Presented simply and executed consistently." No new updates have been posted on Back Bay Social Club's Twitter or Facebook accounts.
Open calls for multiple positions are being held at Kings (50 Dalton St) today (6/16) from 11am to 4pm and on 6/18, 6/23, and 6/24 from 11am to 5pm. They are seeking people with "no attitude" and "no ego" according to postings on Boston Chefs and CraigsList. The postings also specify that it'll be open seven days a week, with breakfast, lunch, and dinner served every day.
According to the Back Bay Social Club Facebook page, several hires have been made:
Executive Chef - Tim Raines
Sous Chef - Ray Olejniczak
General Manager - Johna Willis
According to a bit of Googling, it appears that Tim Raines has worked as Sous Chef at Sonsie, and Johna Willis is a manager from the Lyons Group.
Back Bay Social Club is now open! Sneak a peek at the menu on Grubstreet.
Here's the menu! Looks good! I'm excited to try out a French dip when they start serving lunch next week. Click on any page to see it full-sized.