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My Cousin’s Place Reopens After Renovations Celebrating Sixth Anniversary

North End coffee shop “My Cousin’s Place” has reopened after a floor-to-ceiling renovation and will mark its sixth anniversary on March 21st since debuting on Hanover Street in 2012. Owner Ralph Verrocchi said, “We want to thank all our regulars and welcome everyone to come in for our delicious breakfast and lunch specialties.” MCP is a family affair with Sharon Verrocchi and Nick Verrocchi on hand along with Thomas Knight and Adele Cataldo. State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz also stopped by for well wishes on the reopening.

My Cousin’s Place reopened in March 2018 after a floor to ceiling renovation.

A new dark wood counter features a bagel tree while the seating area has been expanded with new tables and chairs. The menu, now digital, continues to offer MCP favorite breakfast sandwiches including specialties such as Mama Knows Best, Greasa Time and Shroom Boom. Lunch panini’s are named after North End streets, Prince, Salem, Battery, etc. My Cousin’s Place is located at 396 Hanover Street, open 7 days a week from 6 am to 3pm.

Newly renovated My Cousin’s Place

5 Replies to “My Cousin’s Place Reopens After Renovations Celebrating Sixth Anniversary

  1. Love seeing Sandra (Shoes) Cammarta back having coffee with her good friend Rachel Manupelli this place is so welcoming and has GREAT FOOD welcome back!!!!!

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