Kevin Treanor to Take Over Hit Wicket Space in Cambridge's Inman Square
It looks like a person involved with several restaurants and bars in the region is planning to open another spot in the space where an eclectic sports bar had been.
Eater Boston is reporting (via a license committee general hearing page) that Kevin Treanor is looking to acquire the license of Hit Wicket in Cambridge's Inman Square, though it is not yet known what the name of the proposed dining/drinking spot would be at this point in time. Treanor is connected to such spots as Phoenix Landing in Cambridge's Central Square, Hugh O'Neill's in Malden, O'Neill's in Salem, and The Merchant in downtown Boston, and he also was involved with the now-closed An Tua Nua near Kenmore Square.
Hit Wicket was a cricket-themed sports bar that closed earlier this year; at the time of its opening back in 2013, it was considered the only bar of its kind in the region, and possibly the first of its kind in the entire United States.
The address for the now-closed Hit Wicket (and proposed restaurant from Kevin Treanor) is 1172 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA, 02139.
Hit Wicket in Cambridge's Inman Square Has Closed
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[A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]