Thursday, April 18, 2013
The simple act of generosity unleashed a "wave of emotion" over customers at the South End Buttery, said the shop's owner.
It was a simple enough act, especially when you consider coffee is already designed to brighten your day. But in light of the terrible events in Boston on Monday afernoon, South End resident Jeff Long decided to pay for everyone's morning coffee at the South End Buttery on Tuesday. Long, who has been a loyal Buttery customer for eight years, approached the store's owner, Richard Gordon, early on Tuesday morning and asked if he could pay for everyone's coffee and tea drinks on their way to work on Tuesday morning, Gordon said. "Although I recognized there were some logistical issues to doing this successfully and efficiently during our busy morning rush, I immediately said 'Yes!' and we worked on a way to make it work," Gordon said. "Less …
Thursday, March 15, 2012
All the latest for South End foodies.
St. Patrick’s Day at The Beehive Corned Beef & Cabbage at Franklin Café Guest Chef Mondays at Stella A Taste of Argentina at South End Buttery Women’s History Month at Darryl’s
Friday, January 13, 2012
Today is Friday, Jan. 13. Here are five things you need to know today:
1. After a raining morning, it should just be windy. Temperatures are expected to reach 48 degrees midday; however, bundle up this weekend, as Saturday and Sunday have highs of 32 and 23, respectively. 2. The South End Buttery received two Common Victualler Licenses Thursday from the city’s Licensing Board, one for the bakery and café’s new take-out shop going in at 37 Clarendon St., the other for its planned expansion on Shawmut Avenue, according to Boston.com. Earlier this week, the Buttery’s plans for the Clarendon Street location were approved by the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals, meaning the project is certainly moving forward. Buttery owner Richard Gordon told Boston.com he’d like both new spots up and running as soon as possible. 3…
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
The Shawmut Avenue bakery's plans for a takeout place at 37 Clarendon St. were approved Tuesday by the Zoning Board of Appeals. Next up, the plans face the city's Licensing Board Thursday.