BOMA the South End’s next restaurant to open

Shane ManfredNews about BoMa (or is it Boma?) opening in space formerly occupied by the Bombay Club but best known as Pho Republique’s home was reported in May on this blog and elsewhere.  At the time, word was the owner, Shane Manfred, would open in late July but now it appears BoMa hopes for a mid- to late-August opening.

There remains a lot of work, but beautiful folding windows that open to Washington Street have been installed, ensuring this will be a popular place on warm evenings where you can dine or drink across from the beautiful Cathedral of the Holy Cross.

A quick peek at the new space through their newly installed windows shows Manfred has flipped the floor plan, building a large bar that can accommodate 20+ along the front left wall and added a wine rack along the back left wall. Shane Manfred

Incidentally, in my first post about BoMa I speculated the four lettered name might be an abbreviation for Boston, Massachusetts but I’ve been told it is an African word meaning “home” or “safe haven”.

One response to “BOMA the South End’s next restaurant to open

  1. Wait till you see this establishment.opening soon I am one of the contractors on this job.this place has caracter like no one has ever latest eyes on.custom build outs everywhere,always an exciting and invigorating feel everywhere you look.just wait till it opens.it’s an experience.bringing the out side in and the inside out.this will be the new talk of Boston stay tuned.

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