Thursday, April 19, 2018

Greg Hill's Whole House Group Is Selling Flank, 29 Sudbury

by Marc Hurwitz

It looks like a local radio personality is going to be selling two of his restaurants.

According to a couple of sources, Flank in Waltham and 29 Sudbury in Sudbury are being sold, with Greg Hill's Whole House Group selling both spots to AB Hospitality Group pending approval of license transfers. One source tells us that Flank will close immediately and is expected to reopen with an updated concept after minor renovations are made, while 29 Sudbury will remain open with AB Hospitality Group taking over operations next month. Both the Battle Road Brewery and Brew House in Maynard will remain part of Hill's Whole House Group, according to one of the sources. A Facebook post from Flank confirms all of this information and says "It has been a pleasure serving each and every one of you over the last two years. Thank you all for your patronage! We look forward to serving you again soon."

In addition to his restaurants and brewery, Greg Hill also heads up the morning show on WAAF.

Richard Bracket, who is one of the people involved with AB Hospitality Group, comes from The Bancroft, a pair of steakhouses in Burlington and Peabody.

[April 23 update: The Waltham News Tribune confirms that Flank has been sold and it is now closed for renovations--and its website is now down.]

[August 1 update: A check on the place indicates that 29 Sudbury is now closed as well.]

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