Rudi's Resto Cafe in Boston's Newmarket Square Has Closed
A dining spot within a hotel in the Newmarket Square section of Boston has closed its doors, with the reasons for its closure apparently stemming from an incident involving a police chase a couple of months ago.
According to Universal Hub, Rudi's Resto Cafe, which had been located in the Hampton Inn and Suites near the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Melnea Cass Boulevard, has shut down because of a "financial nosedive" the restaurant went into following a car chase in which shots were fired. The resultant battle between the owners of Rudi's and the landlord of the space ultimately led to the downfall of the dining spot, according to one of the restaurant owners.
Rudi's Resto Cafe first opened in Newmarket Square in the winter of 2009, featuring soups, salads, sandwiches, pizza, a number of classic and New American entrees, and desserts, as well as live music and art shows. An original location of Rudi's had been at Rowes Wharf along the Boston waterfront, but it closed a couple of years ago.
The address for this now-closed restaurant in Newmarket Square was: Rudi's Resto Cafe, 811 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA, 02118.
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