License for Patrick's Harborview Restaurant in Marshfield Revoked
A waterside restaurant on the South Shore has had its license revoked by town selectmen a few weeks after the owner of the place--which was facing several violations--shut down the dining spot.
Wicked Local Marshfield is reporting that selectmen voted unanimously earlier this month to take away the liquor license of Patrick's Harborview Restaurant by the town pier, with the article saying owner Patrick Flaherty had been warned in early August that he was in violation of the sanitary code because he did not have a food protection manager at the restaurant and he had also given the town misleading information. The town told Flaherty at the time that a hearing would be held on August 21 where selectmen would look into the possibility of revoking or suspending the permit for the dining spot to operate and it also said that the hours would immediately be changed on the liquor license to reflect the actual hours of operation. Flaherty did not pick up the new license and he "left the building" on August 24 and the restaurant never reopened, according to landlord John Taylor. Patrick's Harborview Restaurant is now permanently closed, according to Taylor, and he is already in the process of finding a new tenant.
Patrick's Harborview Restaurant first opened approximately two years ago.
The address for this now-closed dining spot in Marshfield was: Patrick's Harborview Restaurant, 93 Central Street, Marshfield, MA, 02050.
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