As of Tuesday, Ula Cafe will begin serving beer, according to the popular spot’s newsletter.
Ula’s owner, Korinn Koslofsky, previously told Jamaica Plain News the license will help support their open mic nights.
“We are very excited to have this opportunity to finally be able to provide beer and wine to our very loyal guests who have been asking for it for years,” she wrote in an email to Jamaica Plain News, “and we can’t express how grateful we are for all of their support during this process. We would not have been granted this license if it hadn’t been for all of the signatures and letters of support we were able to collect over the past few months.”
Getting an alcohol license is a two-step process for Boston restaurants: First you need city approval, then the state’s booze board must sign off.
On Monday, the Brewery spot announced it had won state approval and would begin pouring beers on Tuesday.
Brews will be available from noon to closing on weekdays and 10 a.m. to closing on weekends. They’ll start with three draft beers and add two wines in a few weeks, according to the newsletter.
[Editor’s note: We’ve corrected an error in the original post about Ula Cafe’s ownership.]