Gerard's Restaurant in Dorchester to Close March 6
A decades-old restaurant in Dorchester is getting ready to shut its doors for good.
The Facebook page of The Dorchester Reporter states that the sale of Gerard's Restaurant in Adams Village is being finalized and the place is shutting down forever on Sunday, March 6, with the new owners of the space looking to open a restaurant that will tentatively be called the Landmark Public House. It is not yet known when the new place will open, though the Facebook page does indicate that renovations could begin on the space shortly after Gerard's closes.
Gerard Adomunes first opened Gerard's Restaurant in 1977; the eatery has been known as a family-friendly neighborhood spot over the years, offering mostly classic American fare and comfort food items.
The address for Gerard's is 772 Adams Street, Dorchester, MA, 02124.
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