Monday, November 30, 2020

Update: The Lansdowne Pub, Daddy Jones Bar, Olde Main Street Pub All Reopen After Being Closed for Much of the Winter

[Ed note: This article was updated on March 30 to reflect the fact that all three spots are now open.]

At least three more restaurants/bars in the Greater Boston area have shut down for the winter, as the trend of hibernating continues to pick up.

According to several sources, The Lansdowne Pub in Boston's Fenway, Daddy Jones Bar in Somerville's Magoun Square, and the Olde Main Street Pub in Salem have all closed for now, with The Lansdowne Pub mentioning on Facebook that it plans to reopen in March, a message from Daddy Jones Bar saying that it continues to offer half trays and baklava online along with catering while shutting takeout down for the winter, and the Olde Main Street Pub indicating that it hopes to reopen in the spring while also having takeout available "if needed." The three dining/drinking spots join a lengthy list of local places that have already shut down for the winter as the pandemic continues.

To find out which restaurants and bars have gone into hibernation, please click here.

[March 30 update: Facebook posts from The Lansdowne Pub, Daddy Jones Bar, and Olde Main Street Pub indicate that they are all open once again.]

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

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