FRAMINGHAM – The recently closed Beacon Street Grill (former Angry Ham’s) will not be reopening.
Earlier this summer, the current owners announced that the restaurant would be closing temporarily.
Last week, they decided against re-opening and have listed the property with Cheryl Tully Stoll and Marlene Aron of Metrowest Commercial Real Estate who recently brokered a restaurant lease for the former Depot Diner in Downtown Framingham.
“This presents a great opportunity to own a building, relocate an existing business or open a new one. Located near the junctions of Rt. 9, Rt. 126 and Rt. 30, this site is appropriate for a multitude of different uses,” said Tully Stoll.
The price tag is $2.9 million.
The restaurant currently holds a full alcohol license and is permitted for 195 guests. The building could also house an office/medical practice, educational facility, religious organization or other uses. It was built to accommodate 3 full floors. There’s a full concrete basement with 10’ ceilings, a dining room and bar level and a second floor mezzanine. There is also potential for a private fine dining level.
Years ago this was the site of “ Captain Bob’s Seafood Market,” a popular Framingham institution.
Marlene Aron, the co-listing broker said, “2 Beacon St. could be a redevelopment site, but I am hoping for a fine dining venue.”
Aron has been a commercial broker for 34 years and recently sold a nearby Rt.30/Rt. 126 land site to an entity building a new urgent care facility.
Beacon Street Bar & Grill, closed on June 1. It was owned by Mahesh Sharma.
Editor’s Note: Beacon Street Bar & Grill advertised with SOURCE in 2018. The business still has an outstanding bill.
Sharma purchased the business in 2016, from Tim Hanna, who had opened the establishment as Angry Ham’s in 2010.