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Tuesday’s Brief: New Capacity Limits Leave Restaurants Starved for Customers, Ice Sculpture Stroll, Supermarket 2021 Schedule

Today is Tuesday, December 29 and as the last week of 2020 finally comes to an end, here’s what’s going on in the neighborhood this week…

Notable News:

In the North End, occupancy limit leaves cafes, eateries starved for customers

Even if customers made reservations months ago, the new 25 percent capacity limit is forcing many restaurant owners to turn away customers they desperately need, read more on the Boston Globe.

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Thursday, December 31

1:00PM Ice Sculpture Stroll. On New Year’s Eve, Boston Harbor Now is organizing a free, fun, safe Ice Sculpture Stroll to over a dozen sites from 1:00pm to dusk, see additional details here.

From the Community:

Supermarket 2021 Shuttle Schedule & Food Pantry Hours

ABCD Neighborhood Service Centers’ food pantries are open during the COVID-19 pandemic. The North End/West End Center food pantry is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. by appointment only. Call 617-523-8125 to schedule an appointment, continue reading.

Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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One Reply to “Tuesday’s Brief: New Capacity Limits Leave Restaurants Starved for Customers, Ice Sculpture Stroll, Supermarket 2021 Schedule

  1. Restaurants in the North End have capacity limits by their nature, hence the lines out side. The restrictions were made for the Olive Garden, not small North End operations. Politicians make their rules that obviously haven’t amounted to much, then punish the innocent.

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