Friday, February 10, 2012
Valentine's Day is fast approaching and those of us who have procrastinated need to make plans and could use some advice.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and for the Question Of The Day, we want to know the most romantic restaurant in Wellesley. Might be the atmosphere, might be the food or the locale. The Cottage, Blue Ginger, Cafe Mangal and Alta Strada are good choices, but if you're into more low key dining, how about Old School Pizza, Maugus or even Papa Razzi? If you're stuck, here's a list of restaurants posted on The Swellesley Report You tell us. Where is the most best place in Wellesley to take your valentine for a romantic dinner?
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Restaurants are currently required to have 100 seats in order to qualify for a liquor license.
The Board of Selectmen passed a motion which will place a question on the upcoming election’s ballot that, if approved, could reduce the number of seats required for a restaurant to receive a liquor license. If the town approves, the Board of Selectmen would become the licensing authority and as such, they would change the current bylaw, to allow a restaurant with between 50 and 99 seats to apply for a license, according to Hans Larsen, executive director of general government. As of now, a restaurant must have at least 100 seats to apply for a liquor license. Larsen said Wellesley is allocated 29 “all-alcohol” licenses and six “beer and wine” licenses. Wellesley now has 18 active liquor licenses, which are each “all alcohol.” Town …
Sunday, November 6, 2011
Your weekly roundup of news and events.
Wellesley Patch reported this week that Ruth Quinn Berdell, the school business manager, is to receive $86,000 in unused vacation pay. Wellesley Patch reported this week that Gino Lister, the custodian accused of stealing equipment from the Middle School, had prior arrests and convictions. Ming Tsai, owner of Blue Ginger, said he’d like to see loosened liquor regulations for larger restaurants in Wellesley at a Monday night Board of Selectmen’s meeting.
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Your daily roundup of news and events.
1. Ming Tsai, chef and owner of Blue Ginger, sat before the Board of Selectmen last night to argue on behalf of loosening liquor regulations for Wellesley. The selectmen are considering a variety of options to take to a town vote. 2. What do you want to see change about Wellesley’s liquor regulations? Anything? Nothing? Stay tuned for a question of the day or leave your opinion in the comments sections below. 3. There’s still plenty of evidence of the weekend snowstorm on the ground. Though none in people’s homes. Municipal Light Plant crews restored power to Wellesley Sunday night. 4. As for today’s weather, the National Weather Service calls for a partly sunny day with a high temperature of 51 degrees. 5. Town Clerk Kathy …
Thursday, May 19, 2011
This is what you had to say about Wellesley's best chefs and restaurants.
This week, Patch Picks directs you toward the best chefs in Wellesley, as picked my readers and Wellesley Patch: