Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Naumkeag Ordinary in Salem Has Closed

It looks like a North Shore restaurant and bar that featured seasonal American fare has shut its doors.

According to a source, Naumkeag Ordinary in Salem is no longer in business, with the place apparently closing down over the past day or so. The dining spot, which first opened in April of 2013, was known in part for its inventive takes on pub-style food and American classics, including such items as truffle fries, deviled eggs, tacos, poutine, burgers, Cubanos, pork chops, macaroni and cheese, chicken pot pie, and gnocchi, along with a rotating list of craft beers and wines.

The address for this now-closed restaurant in Salem was: Naumkeag Ordinary, 118 Washington Street, Salem, MA, 01970.

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karentek33 said...

The doors were locked by the landlord due to unpaid rent. The owner also wasn't paying any of his distributors or employees and has, apparently, left town without informing his employees.

PeaceBang said...

Oh, wow.
We LOVED the Naumkeag but noticed about six months ago that it had taken a steep dive in quality. There's definitely a story here. How sad and awful for his employees. They were awesome.