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https://www.facebook.com/Machaca-Glouce ... 839706596/ski kitty wrote: Cafe Brew and Spirits has changed hands. The format will stay the same from what I understand. One rumor going around about Katrina' s is that Passports is going to open a tapas type restaurant there.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MachacaLeland33 wrote: Matchaca is Sanskrit ... riight?
Although it sucks to see him go, I think his new location in Salem is ideal. Charter Street is basically right in the middle of everything.Leland33 wrote: Paprika Grill is re-locating to Salem and not Gloucester.
Salem News 3/14/18:
https://thingstodoinsalem.com/index.php ... -salem-ma/
"Constrained Liqour License" - do you mean a Seasonal License? Aren't those limited wine and beer?Leland33 wrote: Jasmine Ocean has reopened due to a constraining liquor license. Like this year they’ll close 1/15/19 and reopen 4/1/19.
The owner is very accomadating - booths are back - 50/50 chairs and booth seating. TVs are still not in the main room but if popular the owner may add one on the far back wall.
A waitress on tonight has been at that location for 30+ years.
It has fairly late hours, a rarity in this town —
When I worked at Stone & Webster Engineering I knew a gal in the late 70s from Rosildale. Her name (nickname?) was Roz.Cathy (Admin) wrote: Love the jukebox at the table thing!! For me, it was the Pleasant Cafe in Roslindale. As a kid, I took the T with my gram for a pizza. As a teen, it's where we went. As adults, it's where we ordered pizza (and still do) for family gatherings. To this day, little has changed - https://www.facebook.com/pleasantcafe/.
Yes, a few times. It's very good. THIS would be a good addition to Gloucester.gator wrote: Has anyone been to B.Good in Beverly? I'd kill for one of these in Gloucester.
http://www.bgood.com/locations/55-dodge ... everly-ma/
Probably just a spelling error on my part.battlingignorance wrote: Are they really calling it "kebob"? I hope the cooking is better than their spelling...