Grass Fed in Forest Hills Has Closed

The second location of Grass Fed, which started serving burgers, boozy milkshakes and more in Forest Hills last March, has closed.

According to a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page (first reported by Universal Hub), Sunday, Jan. 8, was the restaurant’s last day of service:

The original Grass Fed location on Centre Street will remain open.

A burger at Grass Fed.

  • Money is Power

    Jeez that was fast. They shouldn’t have opening in the first place. There was never enough demand and that location. Good news for Eugine Oneals!! I hate how Kay Kay always abruptly closes her locations with little to no warnings. Not a good way to treat your customers.

    • SunnyHydeSq

      Industry standards dictate that you can screw your customers and employees if you say you love and support them and the ‘community.’ (See also anything that the team at casa verde/centre st cafe/tres lying partners has said).

      • Trans Global Girl

        Both previous smears seem completely unjustified, and unnecessary. All the restaurants are quite popular and have great food! If you have a personal gripe with any of them, spell it out or keep it private.

        • JamPlainSleaking

          I think everyone is entitled to their say and I don’t be like it when I see free speech being stifled with threats and ultimatums.

          • Trans Global Girl

            I don’t like it when free speech is just name calling. What threats? I’m asking people to explain their opinions with facts. That too much?

          • Money is Power

            Brah, firing all of your employees with little to no notice is pretty savage. No?

        • Money is Power

          Not slanderous, it is based on fact. Check out the the record. http://boston.eater.com/2016/1/4/10707354/ten-tables-cambridge-closure

          • Trans Global Girl

            I read this article before my first post. Nothing in it disparaged KK, it just described the history of her restaurants. Businesses fail for lots of reasons. I didn’t see anything in the article about employees being treated badly while working for her.

      • Patrick Maguire

        Anonymous, inappropriate, irrelevant, slanderous comments like this are the reason why many professional news organizations have decided to close down public comment sections. Thoughtful, spirited, respectful conversations should be encouraged, but recurring comments from trolls like this add no value and discourage participation in this forum.

        • Doglady11

          I don’t think calling someone names is appropriate, either, no matter how spririted, thoughtful, and self-righteous one might be. Just because you don’t agree with someone is no reason to call them a troll, or decide their words have no value. Look with-in, my friend.

          • Patrick Maguire

            We’re not friends (yet), anonymous “Doglady11.” Ironic that you agree that anonymous “SunnyHydeSq” “calling someone names” (liars) isn’t appropriate, then imply that those words have value in a comment that has nothing to do with Grass Fed closing. I didn’t call them a troll because I disagreed with them, I used troll because that’s what describes the recurring commentary of SHydeSq. Nice day out there, you might want to get away from the screen and enjoy it.

        • Money is Power

          Patrick, sometimes you have to be real and not beat around the bush. This is the restaurant industry we are talking about.. Do not be so thin skinned. Also, labels like troll are not helpful to this forum. It’s just name calling. Frankly, you have not contributed anything constructive to this discussion…. How ironic.

          • Patrick Maguire

            My comment wasn’t directed at your anonymous comment, but thanks for letting me how the world works. I need to be real and thick skinned? You have no idea. I’ve been working in and around the restaurant business on and off for 40 years. No matter what industry we’re discussing, if you don’t think it’s constructive to try to keep the conversation on-topic, thoughtful and civil, devoid of vitriolic trolls, then you’ll never get it.

          • Money is Power

            Sorry, but you live a world that “trolls” inhabit too. Did you notice how our president-elect is one too? You need to learn how to a) ignore them , or b) attempt a civil conversation. But without trying to preach about the sanctity of forum dialogue.

          • Patrick Maguire

            That was my point, anonymous “Money is Power,” I’m not thin skinned and have witnessed “trolling” for decades. And like psychotic Trump, because anonymous trolls are not going away soon, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t hold them accountable and call them out when they lie, bash, bully and are disrespectful. If you think it’s preachy to ask people to read the OP and all of the previous comments, stay on topic, avoid insults, abuse, name calling and ad hominem attacks, then so be it. My suggestions are to encourage civil, thoughtful discourse with mutual respect, even when people disagree. I invite you to Run for All, “A Movement for an Inclusive Nation” on 1/22 at Jamaica Pond. Maybe if we talk a walk and talk, we might have more in common than our exchange here suggests. Thank you-PM patrick@servernotservant.com

  • Joe

    I ate at this location several times and found the customer service to be very strange, even when accounting for their unusual cashier system. That, and not being able to easily see into the restaurant windows, make me unsurprised. Their food was delicious.