Bolton Street Tavern Gets License
The Bolton Street Tavern is one step closer to opening while additional details about the interior and menu have been revealed.
The Marlborough License Board approved a transfer of the all acohol restaurant license from Picadilly Pub to the Bolton Street Tavern Wednesday night.
“We really try to get involved in the comm and the area that we put our feet down in,” said John Stounaras who owns the location with his wife Sharon. “I really like the location. I really like the city. I feel like we can have a really nice fit here."
It was revealed recently that the site of the former Picadilly Pub would become the Bolton Street Tavern. The Stounaras' also own Morse Tavern in Natick.
Additional details were revealed at the meeting:
- The Tavern will feature sea food dishes to coincide with its water-front location.
- A 75 person function room is being added.
- The entire floor plan is being leveled from three to one level.
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The plan is still in the works to provide outside dining as well, said Stounaras.
“We are in the process of putting a plan and an application together for a rear deck," he said.
The Board approved the license tranfer unanimously.