The Dogwood Cafe, which has been serving basic American food, wood-fired pizzas and drinks for 27 years, reports, "with deep regret and a heavy heart," it is closing for good on Jan. 14.
Via Boston Restaurant Talk.
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...if it wasn't for that pesky celiac. I used to enjoy going there a decade ago, before I knew what my symptoms were from! JP used to have a lot of cozy pub-type places like this. It seems too expensive, now..
Eugene O Neils, Galway House, Costellos, Brendan Behan, The Haven, Jeannie Johnston all still exist.
My wife and I had our first date there!
We had gotten out of the habit of going there, but have been back a couple times in 2022 and really loved the food and the vibe. Damn!
Though we've only been back once since the 10 year old was born.
Not bad for an $80,000 plus whatever, if there was anything owed on the old mortgage, on its purchase in 1996.
I'll take that heavy heart any day.
That's too bad. Years ago a group of us would go weekly and enjoyed everything from the food to the staff.
When they remodeled I felt it changed...the food and atmosphere wasn't the same (IMHO).
I am sure the liquor license will go to the Seaport.
My assumption is the owner is selling the building - can anyone confirm?
As others say the building went for $2.2 million.
I think it is still on the market. I live in this neighborhood and it is damn hard to keep decent places open along that strip. Still a check cashing place, a liquor store, a driving school, a dojo, three bars (of which two are closed, and now third closing) Even Bukhara started to suck when it moved to this location.
I get how this is a bad place to put a business.
Just wondering if bldup has incorrect information.
The food was best when Mike, the apiarist, was chef.
I hope the liquor license stays and something that's both good and interesting moves into the location, especially if Brassica is move into the old Doyle's spot.
They had good coffee.
Was often my go-to place after visits to Franklin park...
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