Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Vincenzo's Restaurant in West Concord Is Closing

A suburban restaurant that has been serving up Italian food for 20 years is closing its doors.

According to an article from the Concord Journal, Vincenzo's Restaurant in West Concord is planning to shut down for good around the end of September, with owner Vincent Cicerchia saying that he has been thinking about closing the Main Street dining spot over the past four or five months and that he ultimately decided to shutter it in order to spend more time with his family. Vincenzo's, which first opened in 1997, is known for its mix of classic and modern Italian fare, including such items as stuffed olives, mussels, arancini, lasagna, ravioli, cioppino, veal piccata, and chicken parmigiana.

The address for Vincenzo's Restaurant is 1200 Main Street, West Concord, MA, 01742. Its website can be found at https://www.vincenzosrestaurant.com/

Thanks to a poster on the Friends of Boston's Hidden Restaurants Facebook group page for initially bringing this to our attention.

[October 5 update: A phone call placed to the restaurant indicates that Vincenzo's is now closed for good. In addition, an earlier article posted here indicates that the owner of Woods Hill Table is planning to open a new dining spot called Adelita in the Vincenzo's space.]

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