FRAMINGHAM – Jack’s Abby has decided not to open its indoor beer hall, it announced tonight, November 2.
“It is with much regret that we have decided not to open the indoor beer hall as we transition out of the beer garden. If you have been following our announcements, you have seen that we were working hard to create a safe, fun, and hospitable space to continue our service in the winter. After many difficult conversations, and in light of rising cases in Massachusetts, we do not feel comfortable operating indoor dining,” wrote Hendler brothers Jack, sam, & Eric on social media.
“We will continue to operate our excellent take-out only service and we hope you are able to take advantage. Our kitchen will continue to turn out fresh amazing food to go with all of our great beers. Our staff will work hard to provide the best experience we can,” said the brothers.
“From the bottom our our hearts, we thank you for the incredible support through this summer and hope it continues through these tougher months. We wouldn’t be here without all of you, and we look forward to serving you for a long time to come,” said Jack’s Abby.
“We also want to offer our heartfelt thanks and admiration for our Beer Garden staff who hustled all summer long in the heat to offer a great experience to everyone who visited. They rose to the occasion in a huge way and we couldn’t be any more proud of them,” said the downtown Framingham business owners.
Jaclk’s is located at 100 Clinton Street in Framingham.
To order take out visit: jacksabby.com/visit