A company that already offers delivery of both traditional boards of meats and cheeses and 21st-century charcuterie cones hopes to put down some brick-and-mortar roots soon at 83 Charles St., near Pinckney Street.
One of Kured's goals is to make charcuterie more accessible to the public, manager Gillian Rozynek told the Boston Licensing Board at a hearing this afternoon.
The board decides tomorrow whether to grant a food-serving license. Nobody spoke against the proposal. The Beacon Hill Civic Association considers the proposal at a meeting this evening.
Rozynek said Kured will not be cooking any food on premises, although workers will be "slicing meats and cubing cheeses" on site.