152 Dorchester Avenue
South Boston, MA 02127
The first of the modern day Franklin Cafés was born in 1996, when well-known Boston bartender Maureen McLaughlin teamed up with chef David Du Bois to take over the South End site of the original Franklin Café, established back in the ‘30s.
In November of 2008 the newest member of the Franklin restaurants opened in South Boston, one of Boston's most historic and prolific neighborhoods. Franklin Southie is a sleek, modern restaurant reflective of South Boston's forward-thinking design esthetic, while still being a warm and comfortable neighborhood place.
The menu of modern American cuisine, like those of its sister restaurants, is served until 1:30am. Paired with craft cocktails, a great wine list and a carefully culled selection of microbrews, it makes for another successful restaurant from this talented group of restaurateurs and a boon for residents of South Boston.
Drink Many for DrinkOne
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