by Marc Hurwitz
This spring, we reported that a suburban restaurant that had a local radio personality behind it was sold and subsequently closed for renovations but never reopened. Now we have learned that it may be opening back up again.
According to an article from the Sudbury Town Crier, Jordan Mackey, who had been corporate executive of Whole House Group, is hoping to reopen 29 Sudbury, working on a lease with the landlord and attempting to raise funds to help pay for the lease. If all goes well and the Hudson Road dining spot does open up again, Mackey plans to offer a menu that keeps the Mediterranean influences of the former place (though with "flexible options for people" as well) while also adding a new wood grill, more patio seating, and a space for cooking classes in the basement.
Whole House Group, which was founded by Chris Stephans and WAAF radio host Greg Hill, sold both 29 Sudbury and Flank in Waltham in April, with the latter shutting down and being replaced by The Federal, a soon-to-open steakhouse.
The address for 29 Sudbury is 29 Hudson Road, Sudbury, MA, 01776.
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