Legal C Bar and Kings Are Coming to Lynnfield
The group behind Legacy Place in Dedham have plans in the works for another huge open-air retail center in Lynnfield, and with it, at least two familiar names on the local restaurant scene opening there.
According to The Boston Globe, Legal C Bar and Kings are just two of a number of dining establishments that are opening at MarketStreet Lynnfield, a new lifestyle retail complex that (according to the MarketStreet website) will also include apartments, office space, and a 9-hole golf course. The complex, which looks to be approximately 400,000 square feet in size, is being built at the site of the former Colonial Country Club property near the intersection of Routes 128/95 and Walnut Street. The Globe article mentions that a town green with restaurants surrounding it will be included within the space, with summer concerts being a possibility there. In addition to various dining spots, a Whole Foods market is opening within the complex.
Legal C Bar, which is an offshoot of the Legal Sea Foods chain, currently has locations at Legacy Place, Logan Airport in East Boston, and Hingham. Kings, which is an entertainment facility that includes bowling, food, and drink, has locations in Boston and Legacy Place, with another one coming to Burlington as well.
For more information on Legal C Bar and Kings coming to Lynnfield, please go to the Boston Globe and MarketStreet Lynnfield links below.
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[May 28, 2013 update: Based on a job post within the Craigslist site, Kings is planning to open its new Lynnfield location this summer, with the 22,000-square-foot complex including bowling, billiards, bocce, shuffleboard tables, a dining area, two separate bars, and more.]
[October 2, 2013 update: A Facebook post from MarketStreet Lynnfield indicates that the new Kings will be opening on Monday, October 28.]
[October 4, 2013 update: A Facebook post from Legal Sea Foods mentions that the new Legal C Bar in Lynnfield will be opening on Thursday, October 10. (Thanks to a Twitter follower for bringing this to our attention.)]