Monday, January 25, 2010

The Haven Opens, Bringing Scottish Food and Drink to Jamaica Plain

It appears that a Scottish restaurant and pub may be coming to the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston. According to the Jamaica Plain Gazette, a place called the Wee Angel is looking to move into the Perkins Street space where the eclectic restaurant Zon's used to be before closing last year. At this point in time, the Wee Angel seems to be in the planning stages only, as the article mentions that the person behind the restaurant is hoping to get a malt and wine license over the coming days, with more steps in the opening process to follow.

In addition to Scottish food and drink, the Wee Angel may also end up having live music, according to the article in the Gazette.

[March 29, April 2 updates: According to Everyblock Boston, there is a name change for this upcoming restaurant, as a license withdrawal was made for Wee Angel, and a license for a place called The Haven was given for the same Perkins Street address. This name change has been confirmed by the creation of a Twitter page for The Haven.]

[June 24 update: The Haven is now open, and will debut their brunch this weekend along with soccer on the big screen.]

The address for this Scottish restaurant and pub is: The Haven, 2 Perkins Street, Jamaica Plain, MA, 02130.

For more information on the opening of The Haven in Jamaica Plain, please go to the Jamaica Plain Gazette link below:

Scottish pub looks to replace Zon's

Thanks to a poster on the Chowhound site for bringing this to our attention.

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