Monday, September 23, 2019

The Tahiti in Dedham Has Been Sold; Closing Does Not Appear to Be Imminent

The future of yet another Polynesian restaurant now seems to be in question, though it does not appear that it would close right away.

According to an article from Universal Hub, the Tahiti in Dedham has been sold to a local builder, with the sale of the property--which includes approximately an acre of land--taking place last month. The post does say that the dining and drinking spot will apparently be able to stay open for at least two more years, though it is not known what might become of the space once it closes--if it does indeed close.

The Tahiti is one of the few remaining Polynesian places left in the Greater Boston area, as such spots as Bali Hai in Lynnfield, Makaha in Acton, the Royal Hawaiian in Burlington, Weylu's in Saugus, Aku Aku in Cambridge, Imperial Terrace in Quincy, Tiki Hideaway in Boston's Fenway neighborhood, and the South Pacific in Newton have closed for good over the years.

The address for the Tahiti is 22 Mah Way, Dedham, MA, 02026.

by Marc Hurwitz (Also follow us on Twitter at @hiddenboston)

[A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]