Passport Signs Up in Weymouth Landing as Restaurant Opening Nears

The new restaurant in Weymouth Landing is expected to open in two weeks.

Anyone who travels through the Landing has likely noticed that the blue and white signs of the former Blue Point Bistro are gone and new signs for Passport are now up at 61 Washington Street.

Passport was first slated to open in October, but the opening is now expected to be later in February.

Passport will be the second restaurant owned by Neil Kiley, the owner of the Fat Cat in Quincy. The new 55-seat endeavor in Weymouth will add an international twist to the Fat Cat’s comfort food concept.

Adam Roberts February 13, 2013 at 09:18 PM
Thanks for the kind words, Gordon.
John Meade March 20, 2013 at 11:25 PM
I would like to wish passport the best of luck!!! The landing needed a restaurant like this and if its anything at all like Fat Cats I'm sure it will be a success !! Best Of Luck John and Debbie
rosemary aronson April 02, 2013 at 02:04 AM
As a Braintree-walkable to Weymouth Landing resident, I can't wait for Passport to open. I belong to a wine club and we would love to stage one of tasting events at Passport once it opens. Hurry, hurry Please!
Ellen Duncan April 04, 2013 at 05:13 PM
I live in Braintree and My Mom lives up the street from Passport so I have been driving by and am excited to stop in, and I agree with John and Debbie, if it is anything like Fat Cat, I see myself fighting for a seat! Tonight might be a great night to walk down to the "Landing"!
LAS April 22, 2013 at 07:31 PM
Hooray! I think that I echo the setiments of everyone else here -- Congratulations, good luck, and I cannot wait to come in -- Get a menu up already LOL!


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