New Davis Square Restaurant Holding Community Meeting Monday

There will be free samples at the meeting.

Photo credit: Bibim's Facebook page
Photo credit: Bibim's Facebook page

Bibim, the Korean restaurant moving into the old McDonald’s space in Davis Square, is introducing itself to the Somerville community with a public meeting Monday night.

Chef/owner Young Kim, who also owns the Bibim at 166 Harvard Ave. in Allston, will talk about her plans for the new sit-down restaurant at 243 Elm St. and answer any questions, according to a sign on the still vacant storefront. There also will be free samples at the meeting.

The meeting is from 7-8:30 p.m. Monday, March 10, at Community Baptist Church, 31 College Ave.

Bibim is still in the process of applying for a Somerville liquor license. Kim will go before the city’s Licensing Commission on Monday, March 17, at the Tufts Administration Building, 167 Holland St.

For those unable to attend Monday’s meeting, questions or comments can be directed to Kim at 617-905-4115 or bibimrestaurant@gmail.com.

The Allston Bibim made the Boston Globe’s list of “Best New Food in 2013.”

See the Boston Globe’s review of the Allston Bibim >>

See Bibim's Facebook page >>

Charlie Denison March 09, 2014 at 11:53 PM
Bibim in Allston is awesome. It's mom and son team serving up homestyle Korean food with an upscale casual feel. It will be great to have their food even closer to home in Somerville!
Courtney O'Keefe March 10, 2014 at 01:27 PM
I met the owners at a Chamber of Commerce event and found them to be very passionate about entering the Somerville business community. They had articles available for reading that night-very prepared and impressive.


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