"Cory is a great chef! He somehow turns every day casual dishes into completely unique and delicious food experiences. A hot ham & cheese from Chef Shupe... is so much more than just a ham and cheese sandwich!"
"The place looks amazing! The owners of TSC have completely changed the look & feel of a familiar spot & have created a comfortable, modern atmosphere in a cozy space. I feel like I am in a big-city cafe!"
"I was able to sit and talk with the owners of TSC and I am truly impressed by their enthusiasm and dedication to bringing a great new product to Quincy! My mouth has been watering for one of their house-ground burgers every since!"
"No matter what you order, you can count on it being fresh, local and great tasting!"
by Jamie Busen for QuincyNews.org
Quincy's downtown area is about to have an influx of new businesses.
QuincyNews.org recently reported that Martinis at 515 and Thyme Square Café would open within the next month. In addition, a new bar/restaurant complex, One, is being renovated and Talayna's will move from East Broadway to 615 Hampshire, which was once home to the Busy Bistro. Out to Lunch is set to close in late July and the pizza place, which is temporarily closed, will be in place in August.
"I definitely think that downtown can sustain these restaurants," said Travis Brown, executive director of the Historic Quincy Business District. "We have an amazing number of people that work downtown on a daily basis and a growing number of people moving to the district. Additionally, people in the community will come and support these businesses because they are going to be unique, high-quality establishments."
Martinis at 515, an upscale Martini bar originally slated to open this weekend at 515 Maine, is supposed to be open by June 12. Thyme Square, an eatery at 500 Hampshire that specializes in locally-grown foods, will have a grand opening celebration on June 11.