Up until this Wednesday, April 24th, The Restaurant is offering three ways to donate to the Paul and JP Norden, who were badly injured during the Boston Marathon tragedy.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Friday, March 22, 2013
But, shhh, don't say anything to him, it's a surprise.
Friends and family members are inviting the community to celebrate the birthday of one of Woburn's upstanding citizens and business owners this weekend. "On Sunday, March 24 we are having a surprise birthday party for our buddy and owner of The Bar and The Restaurant, Peter [Mamakos]!" the invite reads. "Peter would like nothing more than to see all of his family and friends on his 50th birthday. Please come and join us to help make this day special." The party starts at 6:30 p.m. and will have food and entertainment. One thing to note: If you see Peter, don't say anything because this is a surprise party. How is that since it's here on a popular website? Well, it pains us to say it, but we have it on good authority that Peter doesn't …
Thursday, January 17, 2013
The Woburn Business Association presented its 2012 Humanitarian Award last month.
The 2012 Woburn Business Association's Humanitarian Award was presented to The Restaurant owner Peter Mamakos last month. Mamakos and family were feted during the WBA's holiday party. According to the WBA, Mamakos received the award for "his continued generosity to citizens of Woburn." WOBURN PATCH: Facebook | Twitter | E-mail Updates | Pinterest | Instagram
Friday, August 19, 2011
No one was injured at the two-alarm fire.
Update, 10:05 p.m.: The Woburn Fire Department confirmed that they knocked down a two-alarm fire at The Restaurant, 489 Main St., Friday night. There were no injuries in the blaze, according to a dispatcher from the department. An employee at The Restaurant, who declined to give her name, said the establishment was still open when they saw black smoke coming from the basement and called the fire department. At of 10 p.m. Friday night, fireifghters were still at the scene, starting their investigation. Initial reports said the fire was at 47-49 Main St., near the Winchester border, but later radio transmissions placed the fire at 489-490 Main Street.