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Boston Harbor Hotel Seeks Expanded Outdoor Alcohol License “To The Water Line”

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Boston Harbor Hotel at Rowes Wharf has applied to the Boston Licensing Board to expand its existing 2:00 am closing all-alcohol license to include the distance from just the abutting area around the building to the water line. The change would also define the outdoor license as the rear of 30-70 Rowes Wharf.


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Joyce S says:

Wonder what Vivien Li has to say about them attempting to privatize the harbor walk? Don’t they serve alcohol during the summer during the concerts and movies at all the tables they have been setting up to the water’s edge for years now?

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