A tall ship is being turned into a restaurant in Boston and it should be open this summer.

Love trying new places to eat? This new Boston restaurant definitely sounds like one-of-a-kind.

The Boston Planning & Development Agency recently announced that the Charlestown Navy Yard would be home to three proposals approved for summer 2019.

And all three sounds like something you'll want to check out.

Coolest, if you ask me, is the transformation of an actual tall ship into a floating restaurant. The 245-foot ship will be docked just for the summer and will also include an artistic lighting installation connecting to Shipyard Park.

The restaurant will be run by the folks behind Mija Cantina in Faneuil Hall, Reelhouse in East Boston and Pier 6 on the Charlestown waterfront.

The Navy Yard will also be home to exercise classes, movie nights, family educational programs and much more. Giving people of all ages plenty of reason to stop in throughout the summer.

And though waterfront movie nights and floating dinner dates sound like the best parts of these approved summer plans, there will also be free outdoor programs from the Navy Yard's USS Constitution Museum happening as well.

Whatever you might be into, it sounds like at some point you're going to want to spend some time at the Charlestown Navy Yard this summer.


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