Beijing Kyoto, 112 South St., will be replaced by a sit-down restaurant serving ramen-noodle soup, assuming the Boston Licensing Board approves.
Koichi Watanabe will re-open the restaurant as Amateras, with 45 seats.
Meanwhile, the new owner of the shuttered Apollo Grill and Sushi, 84 Harrison Ave., says she's extensively remodeling the place so that she can re-open it as a Panera-like bakery cafe, only one focused on Chinese food.
Separetely, the owners of Chatime on Harrison Avenue want to open a second outlet at 18 Hudson St. that would be open until 11 p.m. most days, but 1 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
The board votes on Thursday on the requests for food-serving licenses from Amateras and Chatime. There was no opposition to either proposal at hearings this morning. The board will also vote whether to let Gloria Chin hold onto Apollo's liquor license while she remodels.
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