The Boston Licensing Board next week considers a request for food-serving and liquor licenses from Shaking Seafood, which hopes to open on Poplar Street in Roslindale Square, where Jerusalem Trading used to be.
The restaurant would offer diners a choice of seafood and seasonings, which would then be put in a bag, shaken, and served.
And it could benefit from the Dorchester chef Chris Douglass's decision to pull the plug on his proposed restaurant at the former trolley substation on the other side of Adams Park. Douglass had gotten a "neighborhood" liquor license last fall, which he had to turn back to the city when he canceled his plans. Shaking Seafood is the first restaurant in Roslindale Square to apply for a liquor license, which means they could get it.
The restaurant is 15th on the board's hearing agenda for next Wednesday. The hearings begin at 10 a.m. in the board's eighth-floor hearing room in City Hall.