Blackthorne Publick House in South Easton Has Closed
A restaurant and bar south of Boston has closed, continuing the trend of dining and drinking spots opening and closing within that space.
The Enterprise is reporting that the Blackthorne Publick House in South Easton shut its doors over the weekend, with a note on the closure being posted to its Facebook page before the page itself was deleted. The pub was one of a string of places to come and go at the site on Route 138, including such spots as Hibernia Bar and Grille, the Blackthorne Tavern, The 402, Brennan's Grille and Irish Tavern, and the Pickle Barrel Room.
The people behind the Blackthorne Publick House had previous operated the Channel Cafe in Boston's Fort Point neighborhood.
The address for this now-closed restaurant and bar in South Easton was: Blackthorne Publick House, 402 Turnpike Street, South Easton, MA, 02375.
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