Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe has returned to the South End

Neighborhood favorite Charlie’s Sandwich Shoppe has reopened. The South End mainstay, known equally for its turkey hash and its rich history, closed last year after 87 years of lunch-counter service and fanfare. Business resumed on Friday, January 22nd, with new ownership under Stella's chef/owner Evan Deluty, but the same old charm.

Don't be fooled by the name, Charlie’s currently serves just breakfast food, with omelettes, pancakes, and their famous turkey hash comprising the bulk of the menu. It’s classic food in a classic setting. This is a place where you sit in a stool along the counter, or cozy into one of the small tables, and enjoy a bottomless mug of fresh coffee. In a time of preciously composed dishes, Charlie’s serves plates of food. The thrill at Charlie’s is in the comfort and nostalgia of a neighborhood diner.

Conveniently located less than 2 blocks away from the Clarendon Square Inn, Charlie’s Sandwich Shoppe has fed celebrities, athletes, at least one President, and our neighbors for generations. Visiting Charlie’s is a way to experience one piece of Boston’s rich history.


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