Sierra's in Sudbury Given More Time to Pay Off Debt
A restaurant west of Boston that is having some financial difficulties has been given some time to try to get back on its feet.
The Sudbury Town Crier is reporting that Sierra's on North Road (Route 117) was spared the loss of its liquor license this week, with the Sudbury Board of Selectmen deciding to give the owner until November to get closer to paying the total amount of taxes that it owes (the article says that the restaurant owes $26,000). If the owner is unable to chip away at this amount sufficiently enough by then, its license could be taken away at that point, according to the article.
Sierra's had actually closed once before--in April of 2013 along with its sister restaurant Serafina in Concord, with the owner citing a difficult economy as a reason for their closures. Both reopened soon after (with Sierra's becoming more of a sports pub than a Mexican restaurant), but Serafina closed again--this time for good--a bit earlier this year.
The address for Sierra's is 470 North Road, Sudbury, MA, 01776.
Labels: Sudbury restaurants