Friday, October 16

Plywood

Plywood all over the place:
The White Heart, has reportedly been sold to Lance Meader & Jeffrey Li Jason Loring and Matt Moran of Rivalries.

Bangkok Thai, 671 Congress Street, will now be named Boda.

Thanh Thanh Bida, at 250 Read Street, has a new owner.

Po’Boys & Pickles plans to move into the D'Angelo's at 1124 Forest Avenue.

Awful Annie’s also has a new owner and will henceforth be known as Momma’s Crow Bar, 189 Congress Street.

Luna Rossa: still not open.

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12 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

white heart sold to the guy from rivalries. Gonna be a"deli" with specialty beer and wine

17:19  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12 seats postponed?

13:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Walter's showing an opening date of Nov 1

http://www.walterscafe.com/

01:00  
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01:36  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's what I want, a butcher shop with no parking.

14:46  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Luna Rossa myspace is entertaining. Spell check anyone?

09:00  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

NOSHbar

20:44  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Morrison's chowder next to the Nickolodeon is closed

21:22  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No! Not Morrison's Chowder House!

19:39  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"No! Not Morrison's Chowder House!"

lol, just keeping the updates updated! I went there once actually, wasn't that......alright, I didn't like it. That's a tough spot for anybody right there.

21:02  
Anonymous Mark and Janii said...

We heard the rumors about Bangkok Thai for maybe a year but our favorite Thai place out of dozens (food, price, staff, atmosphere), kept going until... BANG! GONE!
We commiserate here with the former BT crowd. (Customers and great staff.) R.I.P.B.T.! (Bangone Thai!)

19:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah Boda. Sounds like a hot new place to be. Their staff is great and the workmanship pays off. Two great owners, keep up the work.

22:15  

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