The North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) voted 32-2 to support a request by the Golden Goose Café, 65 Atlantic Avenue that has applied to the City of Boston Licensing Board seeking a new malt, wine and cordials license with hours of operation from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week.

The Golden Goose Cafe opened last October with 36 seats, offering breakfast and lunch. Owner Steve DeAngelis intends to expand to the evening hours with an alcohol license.

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“It has become apparent to us that breakfast and lunch will not make it,” said DeAngelis. The evening menu will be American, including steaks, seafood and shepard’s pie. All-day breakfast and lunch will continue to be offered at the cafe. The license will include a condition that alcohol be served only with food.

The Golden Goose Cafe will initially apply for a new license, but may have to purchase one to transfer should a new one not be available. NEWRA members spoke positively about the plan, noting their support for a business dedicated to serving residents.

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