Art's in Hull Will Not Reopen for the Season
A restaurant with some of the best views in the Greater Boston area--and one that was opened by the people behind a now-closed landmark South Shore eatery--appears to be shut down for good.
According to a Facebook post from the place, Art's in Hull will not be reopening for the season, with the note saying that "We could not reach an agreement with the landlord at the location....We decided to go our separate ways and see where life leads us. Stay tuned we will keep you posted about our next adventure.....If anyone has an Art's Restaurant gift certificate the office at the marina will refund you." The A Street dining spot, which opened last spring in the former Sea Dog Brew Pub space, was run by De and Art D'Allessandro, who were the owners of Arthur and Pat's in the Brant Rock section of Marshfield until it shut down in the spring of 2015.
As soon as we find out what might open in the former Art's space--and what De and Art D'Allessandro might do next--we will post an update here.
The address for the now-closed Art's was 2 A Street, Hull, MA, 02045.
[April 4 update: It appears that the former Art's space in Hull might not be empty for long, as a poster on the Friends of Boston's Hidden Restaurants group page mentions that a new spot called LOCAL 02045 will be moving into the spot. Very little is known about the upcoming restaurant at this point in time, which is hoping to open sometime this month according to a Facebook post from the place.]
Sea Dog Brew Pub in Hull to Close; Arthur and Pat's Owners to Replace It with Art's
Arthur and Pat's Restaurant in Marshfield's Brant Rock Has Closed
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