Friday, March 15, 2013
Family-style dining comes to Bolton Street.
The community has already begun to embrace the Bolton Street Tavern which began a soft opening on Monday. “They’ve been very supportive. They want us to do well. So that is really a very good feeling,” said Manager Peter Moynihan of the new restaurant at 587 Bolton Street. A soft opening allows a restaurant to get everything up and running in preparation for a grand opening. All the items besides pizza are on the menu and the restaurant's take out service is being delayed until the grand opening, said Moynihan. “We’re trying to take care of the people in the restaurant first,” he said explaining that customers have been very understanding as the restaurant works up to its full potential. "99% of them have been very understanding and very …
Friday, December 21, 2012
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: Receive breaking news in your inbox or smartphone by signing up for our newsletter here The plan is still in the works to provide outside …
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
You have been asking what is going into the former Piccadilly Pub location and we have the answer.
A family style pub by the name of Bolton Street Tavern will be moving into the former Piccadilly Pub location on Bolton Street. The owner's of Morse Tavern in Natick, John and Sharon Stounaras, have put in papers with the Board of Health to transform the former Picadilly Pub. The location has already had work being done to the roof and exterior by the new owner. "He’s doing the whole place over inside," said Board of Health Director Robert Landry. The entire interior of the building will be redone, with completion in the middle of February into April, he said. The owners have put in for a liquor license at the location.