Wednesday, November 04, 2020

Newcomb Farms in Quincy Has Closed Due to Purchase of Its Space; Hopes to Reopen Next Year

A Quincy mainstay for comfort food has shut down due to its space being bought, though it appears that the restaurant could be returning if all goes well.

According to a source, Newcomb Farms in the Wollaston section of Quincy is now closed, with a Facebook post from the Beale Street space saying the following:

Thank you everyone for 55 + years of business at the Wollaston Beale street location. We have enjoyed all of you and your families. We hope we have given you many memories over the years. At the current time the entire block of stores have been purchased and we were the last to sell our property. We plan on coming back to reopen in 2021 at the same store front.

The note refers customers to its other location on Route 28 in Milton, which remains in operation.

Newcomb Farms in Quincy has been known in part for its family-friendly atmosphere and its breakfast plates along with its classic American fare.

The address for Newcomb Farms in Quincy's Wollaston area is 31 Beale Street, Quincy, MA, 02170. The website for Newcomb Farms can be found at

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

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