Local Business Spotlight: Viriditas, new downtown

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Nestled between historic Mechanics Hall, the newly revitalized DCU Center and the impressive MCPHS University, stands a new café ready to transport everyday coffee drinkers to the rustic environs of Europe’s famous cities.

Latin for “fresh green color” and “youthful vigor,” Viriditas, 6 Waldo St., offers coffee aficionados the sweet life of local growth.

Tim Moynagh, owner, and Kathryn Stanley, general manager, are the forces behind Viriditas.

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Tim Moynagh, owner, and Kathryn Stanley, general manager, are the forces behind Viriditas.

“Through my travels, I have become a fan of the architecture and closeness of markets in Europe. The big wooden doors and the ceiling imprints always stand out in my mind. So, when we started to throw out ideas for this space, we immediately agreed on opening a market and café with Europe as the inspiration,” says Tim Moynagh, co-owner of Viriditas.


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One thought on “Local Business Spotlight: Viriditas, new downtown

  1. best wishes to this place. I used to have lunch at that location for a long time, but the owners kept changing and it finally went downhill. Hope they can revive the address!