The restaurant team behind Jamaica Plain’s Tres Gatos, Centre Street Cafe and Casa Verde is eyeing a fourth dining establishment in the neighborhood.
The new proposed restaurant would be called Brass Cat Cafe and be located at 3399 Washington St., which would seem to point to the Schell Printing building near the intersection with Green Street. The proposal is scheduled to be discussed at a Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council meeting Monday, Jan. 23, at 7 p.m. at Curtis Hall. According to the restaurant team, pending support from neighborhood associations related to the Washington Street corridor and the JPNC’s Public Service Committee, the city’s licensing board will likely decide later this month whether to approve the new restaurant’s application for a wines, malt beverages and liqueurs license.
“We are extremely grateful to our employees, restaurant peers, regulars, neighbors, guests, vendors and the JP and Boston community for your loyalty and outpouring of support for our neighborhood restaurants,” the owners said in a press release. “We look forward to partnering with all of you as we seek approval for Brass Cat Cafe.”
Additionally, at its Jan. 4 meeting, the city’s licensing board upgraded Centre Street Cafe to a wines, malt beverages and liqueurs license, which will allow the Italian restaurant to expand its dinner menu to include aperitifs and digestifs. Meanwhile, Casa Verde received an all-alcohol license, pending state approval, that will let the Mexican taqueria serve traditional margaritas, mezcal and a lineup of bourbons.