Ninety Nine reopening to benefit Canton Little League

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The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub, located at 362 Turnpike Street (Route 138) in Canton, will celebrate its grand reopening on Thursday, June 25, after undergoing a revitalization of the restaurant’s décor and amenities.

The restaurant will be closed for renovations from Sunday, June 21, to Wednesday, June 24. As part of the grand reopening celebration, the Ninety Nine will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony and offer prizes for guests as they enjoy appetizer sampling. In addition to the festivities, all funds raised will be donated to Canton Little League.

The restaurant will re-open at 4 p.m. on Thursday, June 25, and the grand reopening celebration will begin at 5 p.m.

Lou Tarmy, president of Canton Little League, Mike Loughran, vice president of softball, Brett Burbank, director of fundraising, and selectmen Bob Burr and John Connolly are scheduled to be in attendance.

“We’re proud Ninety Nine Restaurants is passionate about the community in which we operate,” said Cory Spear, general managing partner of the Canton Ninety Nine. “As we celebrate our grand reopening here in Canton, we’re thrilled to share a donation with the Canton Little League. We look forward to continuing to support the Canton Little League, and with the help of our guests and team members [we] know this will be a fun and successful grand reopening event.”

According to a media release, the new look of the Ninety Nine‘s Canton location will pay homage to the brand’s heritage while also showcasing updated and modern amenities. It promises to be brighter, warmer and comfortable for an even more enjoyable dining experience. The exterior and interior will feature vibrant new colors, and the interior will have new flooring and carpeting, as well as décor that highlights the Canton community.

The bar area will undergo an even more extensive renovation, which will include expanding the ceiling height, additional seating, new barstools, and a brand-new mahogany bar top. All of the bar updates will complement new flat-screen televisions that are “perfect for watching the game and creating an even more energetic and lively atmosphere for guests.”

The restaurant will be “refreshed” while maintaining its reputation as the place where locals can enjoy a menu that provides “classic All-American food and drinks served in a distinctively hearty New England style.”

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