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Margaritas Mexican Restaurant in Weymouth Has Closed Dec 2017

A facebook post    confirmed that  Margaritas Mexican Restaurant in Weymouth is no longer openned.    It was popular with families as if offered Kids Eat Free week nights.  It also had an active trivia night crowd as well.  

It provided good quality Mexican American dishes here was some of the buzz

My son and I always go to Margaritas for our mexican dishes. The margarita cocktails are delish. Another night not disappointed.

Margarita’s is my favorite restaurant! We have been extremely pleased with every meal we have had there and our whole family loves it. We have never had anything there we didn’t like. Fresh hot chips with salsa when you are seated 🙂 Drinks are great! Prices are also pleasing. My family and I love Margarita’s

It was a wonderful night last night with my  lady friend , Margaritas was Wonderful, Highly Recommend it , we weren’t Rushed, the Waitress was Super and the food was Excellent.

We are sad to see this small chain disappear from Weymouth after 10 years in business.  Luckily the South Shore has plenty of Mexican food options around.



Bawarchi Biryanis New Indian Restaurant Opened in Weymouth MA

A new  Indian restaurant chain has  opened in South Weyouth called Bawarchi Biryanis  on Pond St  where the former FishTails kitchen was located.  They are the first location in Massachusetts.

Bawarchi Indian Cuisine isn’t just about food. It’s about the generations of chefs who kept the cooking traditions alive and are behind the delicious dishes we serve in our establishment. Bawarchi means “the chef” as an homage to all the chefs that kept the traditions alive. We strive to tantalize our customers with versatile pan-Indian menu in a modern quick serve setting. We take great pride in delivering most authentic Indian dishes prepared with best ingredients. Our Passion for customer service and high quality food is behind our explosive growth into multiple locations in a short time. We thank all our customers for their trust in us to deliver great food everyday.

They plan having a daily

Here is some of the buzz from theirAugust 2017 soft opening, they are now opened of September 2017.

We attended a soft opening and this place is FANTASTIC! We’ve tried many places for Indian food that stands out and this place is a winner all around! Excellent customer service, the food was wonderful and the renovations to the building look elegant and trendy, I wish we could give more stars!! The samosas were tender and flavorful, the naan was perfectly seasoned, the chicken tikka masala was fresh and had the perfect amount of heat, everything was on point, this place is sure to be a hot spot! Congratulations!

Our first taste was a big hit! We got takeout (since the Patriots were on tv tonight) and when I picked up my order, I could tell from the enticing aromas in the restaurant it was going to be good. From the hefty samosas packed with savory veggies in a sturdy dough, to the creamy tikka masala, to the beautiful boneless chicken biryani, every dish was delicious. My husband especially liked the garlic naan with its generous blanket of garlic! We’ll definitely be back – glad to have you in the neighborhood!

fiance and I had the pleasure of being at the Soft opening today for lunch. Every thing was great, staff was incredibly nice and always helpful (especially great to see on day 1 soft open). Food was so great: pricing, quantity, and quality were all worth it. We were stuffed. Definitely excited to make this a regular spot.
Also- WOW on the incredible interior renovation. The place is beautiful.

Awesome food coupled with great service. Glad to taste that they kept food items taste so authentic which reminded me of food days in India. Go for EXTRA SPICE on all their food items if you tooth for spicy taste. Strongly recommend this place. Keep it up Guys.

Bawarchi Biryanis Indian Cusine

532 Pond St
Weymouth, MA 02190

Kelly’s Landing in Weymouth Closing December 2016

Update September 2017   True North Kitchen and Bar has opened in the Kelly’s location

Kelly’s Landing  will be closing on December 20th . North Weymouth landmark, Kelly’s Landing has been serving up the freshest seafood, steaks & endless specials since 1979.    Many folks have family celebration over the years at Kelly’s and many will be said to say good bye. 12108214_1023345044384651_9136358710493497117_n

Rumor has that it will be It’s going to be called True North. The new owner is a nice guy and a few of the Kelly’s staff are going to work at True North. It will be a great new addition to North Weymouth.

The location went for sale back in May.

Kelly’s did have a deal on Restaurant.com  make sure that you exchange it for another local restaurant

Here is some of the buzz on Kelly’s

I used one half of the dining room as a function room for my boys first communions. Everyone raved about the food.

You can not ask for a finer staff, DJ or better karaoke singers in Weymouth. Every person is treated with kindness and cheer. Paul Q who hosts karaoke every Saturday night is the best in the business. The patrons are the nicest people in town. Everyone is treated like family. My favorite location.

Whether it’s the steak tips fish and chips, boneless buffalo wings, scallops, or a burger the food is always great. Beers are ice cold and as others have said the staff is awesome.

Best food around for price, quality, and quantity! Comfortable env., friendly and clean. The owners are wicked nice always smiling and the bartender, well, what else can I say about Maryellen, she’s a gorgeous hard working neighborhood girl! You must stop in and grab a bite!!! The cooks are awesome, as well!!!

It’s always sad to have a local restaurant close especially one that has been open for more than 35 years!

Update from Wicked Local Weymouth

After 37 years in business, the staple neighborhood restaurant and pub will close its doors for good Dec. 22. Trish Nutter and Robin Tlasek, two of Kelly’s Landing’s four current owners, cited rising expenses, including the cost of seafood, as the main reason for putting the restaurant on the market.

“The cost of doing business has gotten high, especially for seafood restaurants,” Nutter said. “About 75 percent of what we serve is seafood.”

Joe and Janet Campbell of Cohasset are purchasing the Bridge Street restaurant. They plan to close for several months to make renovations, then open what will be called North Kitchen and Bar. Joe Campbell previously managed Atlantica, the Olde Salt House, the Cohasset Harbor Inn and Brisa in Cohasset.


Memphis Joe’s BBQ & Sport Bar Restaurant Closing

Sad news from Memphis Joe’s  BBQ & Sports Bar  closing they announced it on their facebook page

The local BBQ joint on Washington Street in Weymouth opened in  late  2013 after being an Italian restaurant called  Martini’s. Their menu include  barbecue items, with chili, wings, brisket, pulled pork, burnt ends, macaroni and cheese, chicken and waffles, dry-rubbed ribs, and fried catfish. Memphis Joe's BBQ & Sport Bar Restaurant Closing

ATTENTION: As many of you already know Memphis Joe’s is going out of business. I am just the promoter so I do not know any details about what or who bought it or anything else. Just want to let everyone know the hours and days till closing .. Those hours are this Thursday- Sunday this week from 3pm- close. This is the last weekend Memphis Joe’s will be open. So get down there to have a drink and say good bye to Memphis Joe’s ..

If you have purchase their recent groupon, contact groupon they are usually good about giving refunds. 

Here is some of the Swampie Buzz – mostly negative

Went to Memphis Joes BBQ Sports Bar in Weymouth (450 Washington St). Had a groupon so we figured it was worth a try. Lots of BBQ (obviously) but also had some TexMex. Portions were big. Prices were average (pictured combo plate was $16). Food was amazing. They were short staffed so once we got our food, waitress didn’t come back til the end and we needed drink refills. Husband loved it so much he brought our son back today and said the service was much better and attentive. Mac and cheese was excellent. Veggies were tasty and not heavy on the oil (which I find in most places). The cornbread was almost cake like. The pulled pork had a different taste (waitress said Rosemary?) but I loved it because it gave it just a hint of something different. And the ribs were all meat and no fat. Definitely will be back.

We’ve driven past this restaurant near the junction of Rt 18 and Rt 53 in Weymouth so many times without stopping. In the interest of food science and comparison purposes (my last review was Kinfolk’s!) we stopped on a rainy Sunday afternoon. They had just opened within the hour and we were the first customers. It is an older, dark, still smokey-smelling sports bar atmosphere with walls of televisions. We ordered BBQ brisket and pulled pork sandwiches. I subbed the fries for mac-n-cheese. The mac-n-cheese was excellent! The coleslaw was served in a condiment cup-sized plastic cup. Since it wasn’t memorable in taste I stopped complaining about the small portion. My pulled pork sandwich on a Kaiser bun however was very tasty with a slab of bacon. A fried pickle (not worth eating) adorned the top of the bun. My husband’s brisket sandwich was a bit dry and he had to ask for additional BBQ sauce. It was OK but not great. My husband was missing the smokey infusion from Kinfolk’s. The fries were done well.
All in all, it was a good, quick stop on our way home but not a destination site. In other words, for us it’s a one and done.

I dined this afternoon at Memphis Joes BBQ in Weymouth. I will not get into specifics but if you enjoy good BBQ avoid this joint like the plague.

I do not recommend Memphis Joes in Weymouth. The service was horrible, she took my boyfriends order and walked away without taking mine. I order chicken mac and cheese. The discription said mac and cheese with breaded garlic parm chicken. What I got was a bowl of elbow mac, with chicken over it in some kind of liquid not sure what it was. There was clearly no cheese. Don’t waste your time or money..


Union Point Oktoberfest 2016 in Weymouth MA

The  2nd Annual Oktoberfest at Union Point  (formerly Southfield ) in South Weymouth will be held on Saturday  October 7th  7pm.   Union Point Oktoberfest 2016 in Weymouth MA

You will enjoy tastings from local breweries, German cuisine and Boston’s favorite live Oompah band The Schwarze Schafe German Band!

Buy your ticket now for $15 and save $5! Tickets will be sold at the door for $20. An abundance of local & German beer will be available for purchase. Tickets include: admission, entertainment, food and non-alcoholic beverages. Parking is on-site and free. Event is 21+ only!

Buy tickets online 

495 Shea Memorial Drive
Weymouth, MA

Hynes Restuarant Group to Open Precinct 10 in Weymouth MA

Update Precinct 10  opened  in early January 2017

Great news  Hynes Restaurant Group  will be opening up a new restaurant in   in Weymouth MA.   The Hynes Restaurants are swampie favorites.     Hynes Restuarant Group to Open Precinct 10 in Weymouth MA

They shared their announced via the restauant pages.   Check out the latest restaurant deals South of Boston 

It’s official…we are opening a new restaurant! Work will soon begin on our new space to be located at 116 Main Street in Weymouth! Formerly home to the Hilltop Butcher Shop, this new location will be centrally located between Routes 18 and 53 and just off Route 3 in the heart of town only a few short miles away from our steakhouse, Stockholders. We are a huge fan of our Weymouth community and so we are excited to bring an entirely new concept to the area!

While more details surrounding concept and menus will follow in the coming weeks and months, this newest restaurant will be named Precinct 10, as it sits in the 10th voting precinct in Weymouth.

Stay tuned for more details!

Our existing locations include: Stockholders Steakhouse in South Weymouth, The Inn at Bay Pointe in Quincy and 42º North Restaurant in Plymouth.

Kevin Hynes

2016 marks Kevin’s 35th year as a restaurateur on the South Shore. He opened his first restaurant in 1981 in Kingston, after deciding to exclusively pursue his part-time cooking over his career as a Weymouth police officer. He resigned and took a chance. Stockholders is his 10th South Shore restaurant, not including the numerous others for which he has consulted or assisted partners in opening, and his 1st in his hometown of Weymouth. Things started in 1963 when a dishwasher called in sick at the Hingham restaurant where his mother was a hostess, the Red Coach Grill. He signed up to fill in and never left the kitchen again. Working his way up over the years under the supervision of Chef Bobby Hackett, from dishwasher to prep cook, fry cook, line cook, and finally head chef, he quickly realized that his true calling was to be in the restaurant business and not in the business of law enforcement. After graduating from Bridgewater State College, fulfilling his duty in the U.S. Marine Corps, and his career as a police officer in both Hingham and Weymouth, his real life began as did his mission to bring great quality food, in sizeable portions, at reasonable prices to all areas of the South Shore. This mission started in 1981 and is still ongoing in 2015.

Breakfast lovers dig into favorite spots in Weymouth & Brockton

Two local  diners got some positive press  about their breakfast & location  in the Boston Globe Uncle Charlie’s Finer Diner in Weymouth  and JJ Cafe in Brockton Breakfast lovers dig into favorite spots in Weymouth & Brockton

Here is a snippit from the article 

In Brockton, breakfast is a booming business  at JJ’s Cafe on Main Street, where the sun streams in through the windows of the former pizza place, still crispy-new spotless after almost three years.

Even though owner and chef JJ Fernandes, a Cape Verde native, once cooked for US presidents and other dignitaries at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, he tired of his 30-plus years commuting into Boston.

Now customers travel to him.

“We drove from Boston to come here,” said Pedro Fernandes (no relation) of Dorchester, sharing a table with three female friends. They learned about JJ’s by word of mouth.

“It’s about 25 minutes,” Pedro Fernandes said, “but it’s worth the drive.”

There’s plenty of the regular stuff, like two eggs, two pancakes or French toast, home fries, and sausage or ham ($8). But remnants of creme brûlée French toast lay on a plate shared by Gomes and Jessica Araujo of Dorchester.

“This is just an appetizer,” Araujo said, while the table waited for their “real” orders.

Generations of breakfast lovers are raised on Uncle Charlie’s Finer Diner in Weymouth, open since 1987.

“We’ve been coming here for, like, years,” said Diane Higgins of Rockland, who was there with her daughter, Emily, home for the day from Regis College.

Before coming home, Emily told her mother she wanted a veggie omelet ($9) from Uncle Charlie’s.

“I mean, look how much you get,” Diane said. “The omelets are fabulous.”

“It’ll all be gone, too,” Emily added.

Here is some buzz on Uncle Charlie’s from the Swampies

Have enjoyed Uncle Charlie’s for breakfast for over 25 years. Always great coffee food and service. Everyone is friendly

I just went there for the first time a few months ago… I was back within a few weeks! Their food is great and their waitstaff is extremely knowledgable on the entire menu. I hope to be going back soon!!

And on JJ’s Cafe in Brockton

Jjs Cafè. ..hands down…if I could move in I would…

This morning we decided to check out JJ’s Cafe in Brockton. We were immediately seated by Shane. He took our drink order -coffee for my friend and tea for me. We were pleasantly surprised at how cheery the restaurant was and that there were cloth napkins and a little vase of flowers on the table. Tables were so clean they shined. Another waitress came over with a box of assorted teas for me to choose from. I choose the green tea ( by default as I forgot my glasses and couldn’t read the labels). Coffee and tea was immediately served. Coffee was fresh and piping hot. Shane promptly returned to take our order. Farmer’s omelet for my breakfast companion. The omlet had American cheese,spinach, peppers, onions and tomatoes. It was served with Awesome home fries, peppers and onions and a grilled English muffin. I opted for the cheese omlet, with home fries, peppers and onions and a grilled English mufflin. The food was fresh and delicious. Might I add piping hot. Two different waitresses kept checking in to see if we needed more coffee or tea. Shane was so upbeat and friendly. I told him I was a member of the Hockomock Diners Club. We chatted a bit more. Soon after Shane delivered a complimentary piece of Creme brûlée French toast. It was fabulous!!!
The chef and owner stopped by to see how everything was. I told him I was going to immediately share how wonderful his place was with all of the Hockomock peeps. It seems he was a chef in Boston for many year’s and decided to open his own place. You can definitely tell. Service was spot on and food was delicious. Did I mention that it was piping hot? I will definitely be returning to this hidden gem. Next time I will be ordering that lovely creme brûlée French toast. I almost forgot -they make and sell their own hot sauce!



Sunday Dinner Restaurant Specials South of Boston MA

Going out to eat on a Saturday  check out the local dining specials South Shore South of Boston . Most of them are for dining in and have some restrictions. As always, the restaurant has a final say if the special is still on. sunday

All Friends Smokehouse Westport MA

“Football Sunday Deal – 18 wings (up to 3 flavors) and a 2 liter of soda $17.95

24 individual ribs, 2 large sides, and a 2 liter of soda $39.95

Dine in or takeout”

BaHa Brothers’ Sandbar Grill Taunton MA 

Stop in on Sundays for delicious half-price pizzas. (excluding gourmet pizzas)

Captain Fishbones  Marina Bay Quincy MA

Dinner for Two with a Bottle of Wine $ 29.99 Plus Tax & Tip Choose any two dinners with (2) caesar or garden salads and one bottle of these selected wines will be included in the price Dine in only 5-close Thursday-Sunday night

Ecco Trattoria Bar & Restaurant Weymouth MA

Pasta nights at Ecco Every Sunday, Tuesday, & Wednesday No coupons of any kind accepted on Pasta Night Items  Pasta Dishes Pasta Dishes (all served with choice of pasta) Mixed Greens Salad or *Caesar Salad included with all Pasta Night items  Most are $13.95

Riviera Cafe Brew house  Bridgewater MA

$1.99 cheese  pizza eat in only 12-9pm

Make sure you check out the local discount websites to help stretch your dining dollars Groupon ,   Living Social  and Restaurant.com

Make sure you check out local Entertainment books  and MassPass books as well.

Saturday Dinner Restaurant Specials South of Boston MA

Going out to eat on a Saturday  check out the local dining specials South Shore South of Boston . Most of them are for dining in and have some restrictions. As always, the restaurant has a final say if the special is still on. Saturday Dinner Restaurant Specials South of Boston MA

Captain Fishbones  Marina Bay Quincy MA

Dinner for Two with a Bottle of Wine $ 29.99 Plus Tax & Tip Choose any two dinners with (2) caesar or garden salads and one bottle of these selected wines will be included in the price Dine in only 5-close  Thursday-Sunday night

Main Street Grill Weymouth  MA

Prime Rib Dinner Friday & Saturday Queen Cut $19.99 King Cut  $21.99 with your choice of 2 sides.  Dine in only

Make sure you check out the local discount websites to help stretch your dining dollars Groupon ,   Living Social  and Restaurant.com

Make sure you check out local Entertainment books  and MassPass books as well.

Restaurant owners  have regular ongoing dinner specials please add them here   Remember to share your review at Hockomock Swamp Supper Club Facebook group 

Anniversary Date Night Restaurant in Braintree MA Area

Swampies this was a popular thread about a special anniversary date night in the Braintree area.

Anniversary Date Night Restaurant in Braintree MA area

My anniversary is on Saturday  and we are going to the movies in Braintree. I have never gone to the Cheesecake Factory because I heard it is very crowded. Should I go? Or go somewhere else in the area?  

Most Swampies are not fans of the chain restaurants 

Here are some Swampies responses

Happy anniversary! I happen to really like the Cheesecake Factory but I wouldn’t think of it as a special occasion place. I would have to agree with those that recommend Stockholders in Weymouth.

Believe it or not, a lot of the food at Cheesecake comes in FROZEN, it’s made at another location. I’ve also enjoyed meals on special occasions at Bella’s in Norwell, Scarlet Oak in Norwell, and a place in Braintree square, the name eludes me…begins with an S…  (Sintra’s Braintree Square)

For an anniversary, Stockholders gets my vote. Top notch food, service. Cheesecake is a quick lunch, drink type place.

We just celebrated our anniversary sat Scarlet Oak Tavern and it was fabulous. Meat and seafood items.

It’s just another (over priced) chain restaurant… way better options out there – especially for a special occasion dinner!

Best place for a special (like an anniversary) dinner would be Ava Cucina in Cohasset for us. Small and cozy, family owned and operated and delicious Italian fresh cooked meals. My favorite is the ravioli in a gorgonsola cream sauce, another of my favorite meals from anywhere. Comes with chicken on the regular menu but if steak tips are on special get those on it instead! Perfect for a romantic meal!

On a side note. Did you pre buy your movie tickets? If not I recommend you do. It’s all assigned seating (and huge recliner seats) so you can just walk in right when the movie starts. We love Braintree Theater.

Check out the  discussion  on the group page