Sunday, November 06, 2016

Tap n Vine Is Opening in Danvers

A new restaurant is on its way to the North Shore, and the person behind it is also behind one of the best-known pizzerias in the Northeast.

According to an article in the Patch, Anthony Buccieri of Pizzeria Regina is opening Tap n Vine in Danvers, with the website for the Endicott Street dining spot indicating that it will have "contemporary, yet retro" decor and food that is "American eclectic with a splash of comfort," while also offering beer, wine, and cocktails. The post says that Buccieri will initially be the manager of the place, though he will likely hire a general manager after it opens. (Buccieri is Chief Operating Officer of Regina's, according to a post within the Pizza Hall of Fame website.) The site for the restaurant shows that Tap n Vine plans to open on November 16.

Regina's, which first started out in Boston's North End in the 1920s, is often mentioned as one of the best places in New England for pizza, along with such spots as Pepe's, Modern, and Sally's in New Haven, CT, and Santarpio's in East Boston. In addition to its Thacher Street location, it also has shops in a number of other locations in and around the Greater Boston area, including in Faneuil Hall, South Station, the Fenway, Allston, Braintree, Burlington, Danvers, Medford, and Peabody,

The address for Tap n Vine is 194 Endicott Street, Danvers, MA, 01923. Its website can be found at

Thanks to Wicked Bites for initially bringing this to our attention.

[November 29 update: According to a poster on the Friends of Boston's Hidden Restaurants Facebook group page, Tap n Vine is now open.]

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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]