by Marc Hurwitz
A North Shore restaurant known in part for its New American fare has shut down after a bit more than a year in business, and it will turn into a "seafood saloon" that currently has another location on the North Shore.
According to an article from the Lynn Item, District 45 in Lynn is no longer in business, as the Lewis Street spot closed for good over the weekend. The post says that Bonefish Harry's in Beverly is opening a second location in the space, with a Facebook post from District 45 indicating that the seafood spot could be opening there in late August.
District 45 first opened in June of 2017, taking over the space where Mildred's Corner Cafe had once been; the Beverly location of Bonefish Harry's--which features "great New England seafood cooked with an international flair," according to its website--debuted in March of this year.
The address for the now-closed District 45 (and upcoming Bonefish Harry's) is 45 Lewis Street, Lynn, MA, 01902. The website for Bonefish Harry's can be found at https://www.bonefishharrys.com/
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