Seth Greenberg’s Boston comeback is apparently a work in progress. We’re told the former nightclub impresario who’s about to open a French bistro called Bastille Kitchen in the Fort Point neighborhood also has plans to open a restaurant in the space left vacant when Michael Schlow shuttered Radius. Greenberg, who in the ’90s opened Mistral and the XV Beacon Hotel, was overheard talking about his plans for the Radius space while browsing the souvenirs at Teddy Ballgame’s at South Station. His rep confirmed it for us Thursday, but said no details are being announced now.
Bastille Kitchen, which will open soon, covers 11,000 square feet, spread across two floors of an old textile factory. Greenberg and his partners have reportedly spent $4 million on the space.