Vietnamese Restaurant To Seek Liquor License From Selectmen on Wednesday

This will be Kevin Nguyen's second time before the board seeking approval for a license to serve beer, wine and alcohol.



Editors Note: The application request is scheduled to continue at the Board of Selectmen's Sept. 5 meeting.

Owners of a Vietnamese restaurant proposed for Humphrey Street will return to selectmen on Wednesday for a public hearing on their application for a liquor license.

The owners are also seeking a common victualler’s license for the proposed restaurant at 286 Humphrey Street in the former Beatrice Insurance location.

Kevin Nguyen appeared before selectmen earlier this year seeking approval to serve beer, wine and liquor at the restaurant.

Board members said at the time that they would welcome a new business on Humphrey but opted to wait until the restaurant got its approvals from the Zoning Board of Appeals before they took up his spirits request.

Nguyen appeared before the ZBA earlier this year.

In a previous interview he said that he would like to see his restaurant open in January 2013

Workers were installing shingles on the roof at the 286 Humphrey building on Monday.

Nguyen owns the property at 286 Humphrey.

Beatrice Insurance recently moved across the parking lot to the former Metro Credit Union location.

pamela boucher August 21, 2012 at 12:02 PM
give him the license ok he is in a good area and the business will thrive ok
Michael Berry August 30, 2012 at 12:29 PM
I sincerely hope they get the license. We need a good Vietnamese restaurant with a liquor license close by.
James Baussmann November 06, 2013 at 08:08 AM
Totally agree!


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