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Rumors true: Local restaurateur plans to buy, re-open shuttered Brighton steak place

Michael Conlon, who owns restaurants across Boston, goes before the Boston Licensing Board next week for permission to re-open the Stockyard on Market Street in Brighton.

According to his application, Conlon would keep the Stockyard name. Conlon needs board permission to buy the landmark restaurant's liquor license.

Among Conlon's restaurants: The Paramount and the 21st Amendment on Beacon Hill, another Paramount in South Boston, West on Centre in West Roxbury and the Blarney Stone in Fields Corner.

The Manning family shut the Stockyard last month.

The board's hearings begin at 10 a.m. on Wednesday in its eighth-floor hearing room in City Hall.

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Somebody tell Conlon his customers need to stop hogging the effing sidewalk in front of his Charles St. restaurant. It's ridiculous. I personally find these folks to be a particularly rude and smug group, not sure why this is.

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I heard that Mark Manning will be working the front of the house...

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Did licensing board approve this?

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What a disappointment to see that the "Stockyard" name will be kept... Worth very little after the late management of the once famed restaurant slowly destroyed its reputation. For all of the locals Stockyard equals to Sub-Par, Overpriced dinning experience. Unless new the management really improves the food quality, I am afraid Mr. Conlon will have purchased a very expensive lemon.

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