Thursday, December 03, 2015

Louie's Restaurant to Replace The Chicken Bone in Framingham

A popular dining and drinking spot west of Boston that received national attention a few years ago will be replaced by a brand new restaurant.

The Framingham Patch is reporting that the now-closed Chicken Bone in Framingham will become home to Louie's Restaurant, with Jose Varela of the nearby Aztec being behind the new place which will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Chicken Bone closed in the summer of 2014, with its Facebook page saying at the time that it had hoped to open in October, but a new note posted in November of 2014 stated that the place was up for sale and that owner Bill Rodenhiser didn't know what the future would hold for it, though he did wonder if a new owner could possibly reopen the spot.

The Chicken Bone, which was known for its wings, was featured on Spike TV's hit series "Bar Rescue" back in 2011

The address for the upcoming Louie's Restaurant (and former Chicken Bone) is 358 Waverly Street, Framingham, MA, 01702.

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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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Blogger Jean Pierre Fern├índez said...

The aztec restaurant won't close!!! They will remain open

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