Village Pizza House of Brookline Village says when it decided to change Web-design firms, it learned the old one had taken control of its domain name and then not only refused to give it up, but changed it to harm the pizza place's business.
Now the pizza place wants a slice out of EIC of New York: It filed a lawsuit in US District Court... Read more
Boston Restaurant Talk reports the Bacon Truck rolled out onto our streets this weekend. Starting in the South End.
The Boston Licensing Board holds a hearing next week on plans to convert long empty space at 45 Province St. into a pizza restaurant called Strada 45.
The building's developers got a full-service liquor license from the board in 2008. The board rescinded the license in 2011, but the developers got it back in an appeal to the state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission.... Read more
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Lola 41 is planning an outpost in Boston.
Maggie Beiser forwards this photo by James McClurkin of the remains of the front of Zoe's Chinese Restaurant on Beacon Street in Somerville, which plummeted to the ground this morning. Mamajoan photographed city officials surveying the damage.
Just didn't fit into remodeling plans, the Daily Free Press reports.
WGBH reports on the protests for better wages outside a number of outlets in the city today, including on American Legion Highway in Roslindale.
Todd English's lawyer says his client's getting ready to hand the Olives liquor license over to his former landlord to settle the rent dispute that shut the eatery in June.
Landlord William Carey, who says English owes him more than $780,000 in back rent and interest on the 10 City Square location, seized Olives - including its liquor license.
English's lawyer, Dennis Quilty, told... Read more
The possible non-opening would not be good news for English because three weeks ago, his lawyer told the Boston Licensing Board he was hoping to sell the license for his long closed Kingfish Hall to Batali, which would... Read more
The Boston Licensing Board yesterday approved a request from the owners of Quencher, 170A I St., to sell their liquor license to a company that wants to open a Mexican restaurant in the reviving Downtown Crossing.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Quencher could be shut by November. Its license now goes to the Painted Burro, planned for 35 Temple Pl.
Earlier this year, Aces High... Read more
The Boston Licensing Board next Wednesday considers granting a food-serving license to the 7 Pond Coffee Bar proposed for, well, 7 Pond St.
The high-end coffee place is proposed by Maks Milstein, who owns Brookline's Cafe Fixe. Milstein used to be a lawyer, but got hooked on coffee brewing as a hobby and eventually decided to abandon the law for the bean.
Board... Read more