Restaurant News: Breakfast Beer, BBQ and Burgers
We post a roundup of restaurant openings and closings in the area.
Have you noticed a new restaurant while driving around the MetroWest area recently? We know you don't just stay in town when you want to eat out so here is a round-up of restaurant news around the area.
Selectmen Roll Back Hours at Scioli's, and impose temporary alcohol license suspension.
Milford Selectmen ordered a six-month rollback on alcohol serving hours for Scioli's Pizza Bar. The rollback on serving hours, to 11 p.m. daily, follows a court decision that affirmed the town's decision to curtail alcohol sales at the bar and restaurant. Selectmen voted to approve the hours rollback after a hearing in which police and customers described a fight in the parking lot that seriously injured two customers.
In a related action, Selectmen also voted this week to impose a three-week alcohol license suspension on Scioli's, which will take effect Friday, March 1.
When Bertucci's announced it would be opening a new casual dining restaurant in Shrewsbury, Patch lit up. Now that it's open, diners are loving it. Have you been?
As of Feb. 28, Dean Park Pizza anticipated to close in a couple of weeks for renovations. It will re-open under new ownership, according to a longtime employee of the pizza place.
According to the employee, Christo Baltas, whose parents were the original owners of Dean Park Pizza, has purchased the business from present owner Louie Karageorgis (who has owned it for 16 years), so don't get too sad!
Bison Burger, one of the last retail spaces at Hopkinton Square to be filled has opened for diners to enjoy some unique offerings.
The restaurant shares a kitchen with neighboring Quattro, and is a more relaxed family dining establishment.
John Harvard's unveiled a Jordan Marsh-style blueberry muffin dessert ($5.99), of which $1 also will go to the Framingham History Center. The dessert featured a Jordan Marsh-style blueberry muffin, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and topped with whiskey-whipped cream.
Samba Steak & Sushi is running a customer appreciation promotion to thank all its customers for their patience while they were closed. Samba's closed in January when its pipes froze. It re-opened last week.
The Route 9 restaurant, between Feb. 22-28, will match a customer's dinner bill with a gift certificate in the same amount.
Resh Ramlukan, the owner of Panache Coffee on Route 9, announced this month on Facebook she sold the business she launched five years ago.
John Harvard's Brew House has introduced a six pack of breakfast-themed beers and ales, along with a handful of new brunch items for a limited time.
Northborough restaurants participating in Worcester Restaurant Week are A.J. Tomaiolo's, Bistro Limoncello and Guiseppe's Grille.
Guiseppe's Grille has a huge menu, including everything from New York strip to salmon to a lobster roll. And Bistro Limoncello rocks and eggplant parm and other scrumptious entrees.
Fish on Fridays is a staple for many people during Lent (and beyond). A question on Westborough Patch's Facebook page asked readers, "Where's the best place to get fish on Fridays?" The discussion included these reader suggestions:
Two people considering opening frozen yogurt shops in Westborough contacted Health Inspector Terry Gilchrist last month.
Westborough health and building officials said Tuesday night that the Regatta Deli has made admirable progress addressing issues they raised during inspections last month.
Arara has opened on Mechanic Street featuring Brazilian and American food.
The lunch counter at Lord's, recently operating as Ruthie's Diner, closed on Saturday in preparation for the department store's closure on Feb. 28.