by Marc Hurwitz
A dive bar west of Boston has shut its doors after two years in business, though it is apparently hoping to open back up again at some point.
According to a source, Danny Sullivan's in Framingham is now closed and its name has been removed from the awning, with the Facebook page for the Irving Street watering hole indicating that it shuttered on December 30. The post goes on to say that "We hope to re-open later in 2019," though it is not known whether it is looking to return to the same space or find a new space elsewhere; as soon as we get more information, we will post an update here.
Danny Sullivan's first opened two years ago, taking over the space where The Tavern had been, and before that, a place called Connery's according to our source.
The address for this now-closed dive bar in Framingham was: Danny Sullivan's, 102 Irving Street, Framingham, MA, 01702.
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