"Some people see things that are and ask, Why?
Some people dream of things that never were and ask, Why not?
Some people have to go to work and don't have time for all that."
Over the course of sixteen weeks, ending on Dec. 31, 2015, we published a series of stories at Eater Boston chronicling some the details involved in taking an empty space an turning it into Juliet. Find some excerpts from part 4 below, follow the link to Eater for the full story!
"Beef butchering gave way to fish fabrication as I would rush to complete these major tasks in the relative quiet of the early kitchen, pastry production cooks keeping me company with light conversation before the majority of the staff arrived an hour or two later."
"After the tour, I would have to tie up at least one eye the rest of the day, watching to make sure one of his hands didn’t slice off a piece of the other. Not that that was terribly likely. See it happen once, though, and you’ll make sure it never does again."
"'Growing up we didn’t even read the Boston Globe. Now I’m in it! Kind of...'"
"On Halloween Eve I walked in the front door to watch a mass of blood-red liquid seep from one far wall until it reached halfway across the kitchen floor."