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.
Pagluica’s Expansion “Sustained with Provisos” From BBA
Pagluica’s Restaurant at 14-16 Parmenter Street received a “Sustained with Provisos” decision from the Zoning Board of Appeal. This generally means approved with conditions. The restaurant was seeking to expand into the basement area with 16 seats and to amend its beer, wine & cordials license to serve those 16 additional seats. The change was Read More…
City Councilor Pressley Seeks to Remove State Cap on Alcohol Licenses
The Boston City Council’s Committee on Government Operations will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, August 14, 2013, at 2:00 PM in the Council Chambers on the 5th floor of City Hall. The subject of the hearing is a Home Rule Petition filed by At-Large City Councilor Ayanna Pressley seeking changes to the way alcohol Read More…
“Ben Cotto” at Licensing Board for Pizzeria at Former Circle Pizza and 1-800-Flowers Site
The Boston Licensing Board appears set to approve a beer and wine license for Warren Mustacchio‘s new pizza shop, Ben Cotto, at 361 Hanover Street, according to an update at Universal Hub. The location on the corner of Fleet Street is where Circle Pizza operated for over 50 years until the year 2000. The site was more recently Read More…
One Reply to “Boston Harbor Hotel Seeks Expanded Outdoor Alcohol License “To The Water Line””
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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