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Agostino's in Natick Reopens After Burst Water Pipe Shut It Down Over the Winter

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    by Marc Hurwitz

    A decades-old Italian restaurant opens back up today nearly a year after being forced to close due to a burst water pipe.

    A Facebook post confirms what we had reported a few days ago, that Agostino's in Natick Center is reopening this evening; the post says that "We can not say thank you enough to everyone that helped us through these last 10 months. Your patience has been wonderful and we can't wait to see every face we've missed in the next couple weeks!! Get ready it's going to be better than ever!" The Washington Street restaurant, which first opened in 1982, suffered water damage in January from a frozen sprinkler pipe that burst, and it had initially been hoping to open back up in May or June but was hit by delays, including building code issues.

    The address for Agostino's is 23 Washington Street, Natick, MA, 01760. Its website can be found at https://agostinositalianrestaurant.com/

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