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Sea Dog Steak & Ale Closes Abruptly

Sea Dog in Northborough recently announced its closing.

According to its Facebook post on Monday afternoon, Sea Dog Steak & Ale has decided to close.

"Sea Dog Steak & Ale has faithfully served the Metro West area over the past year," reads the post. "Due to the changing needs of the city and of our company, we have decided to close our Sea Dog Northborough Main St. location."

The post urges customers to visit its Woburn and Nantucket locations.

"Please visit our Sea Dog Woburn and Nantucket locations. We regret any inconvenience this may cause for our Sea Dog Northborough customers. Your continued patronage is appreciated. Thank you to our valued customers."

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FF December 04, 2012 at 12:12 PM
My prediction was accurate ( May 12th )..See " best Liquor stores " article.
Bob Weir December 04, 2012 at 07:20 PM
Exstremely unattentive bartenders and expensive drinks will casue things like this. They had some really good food, but never kept their "bargain" dishes. Screw me on the food or screw me on the drinks,but you can't do both. Customers won't return. Which apparently is obvious.....
Jonathan Rea December 04, 2012 at 11:34 PM
Another health code violation?
Brian Northborough December 06, 2012 at 06:35 AM
I went there for lunch last week...2pm on a monday....party of 2. We stood by the 'wait to be seated desk' for 5 minutes with nobody addressing us...So I walked over to the bar and asked if we were supposed to seat ourselves..he said "There should be someone there..." so we just sat at 2 top raised chair tables adjacent to the open kitchen....There were 2 other patrons in the restaurant. We had extremely slow service which I attributed to what I could easily tell was a new employee waiting on us....he was not even familiar with the computerized ordering system. We got sliders (as a meal) and a grilled chicken sandwich....The grilled chicken arrived as a burger. I made a point when ordering to stress that I wanted the chicken...as a former waiter I made eye contact and specified the chicken..My dining companion was finished with her sliders before my meal even arrived... When trying to correctly enter the meal in the computer the 'manager?' saw fit to berate the poor gentleman for not knowing all the in's and outs of the system. It made it a very uncomfortable dining experience...

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