Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Confirmed: Flank Is Coming to Quincy's Marina Bay

[Ed note: This article was updated on February 8 to reflect confirmation of this article.]

Earlier this year, a local radio person opened a new restaurant in Waltham that celebrated the tradition of beefsteak banquets, and now we are hearing that he may be opening a second location of the eatery along the water in Quincy, though we are still trying to get exact details on the place.

Earlier today, Greg Hill of WAAF was spotted with Jeff Sullivan of Urposse reward network, while a post on the Quincy Is Everything Facebook group page indeed shows the morning host visiting the city, with Sullivan responding to the question "Where and when is he opening his restaurant?" with "Announcement coming soon." This seems to jibe with rumors we have been hearing from a source that Hill may be opening a second location of Flank at Marina Bay, possibly going into the new luxury apartment complex being built where The Ocean Club had been, and before that, WaterWorks and The Tent. More details should be coming, so keep checking back for updates.

In addition to Flank, Greg Hill is also behind No. 29 Sudbury, an upscale Italian restaurant in Sudbury Town Square, and the upcoming Battle Road Brewery and Pub in Maynard. [Ed note: Now open.]

The website for the original Flank in Waltham can be found at http://www.flankwaltham.com/

[February 8, 2017 update: Kerry Byrne has confirmed on the Quincy Is Everything Facebook page that Flank is indeed coming to the new complex at Marina Bay, with the lease possibly being finalized as early as April and the restaurant possibly opening in September.]

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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]





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1 Comments:

Blogger Justin Barr said...

Indeed, if one looks at the skeletal structure currently in the spot where 'da tent' used to be it appears to be shaping up to be a perfect location and view for an anchor restaurant for the new venture, which will add at least 350 new units to that complex. Such a shame, considering the potential of that place, that the main outlet will be the same suburban rip off that was planted in last years similar new development in Waltham.

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