by Marc Hurwitz
Yet another dive bar has closed down, though there is a chance that this one could reopen, at least for a little while longer.
According to an article in the Dorchester Reporter, Dot Tavern shut its doors last month, though local real estate developer Doug George--who purchased the Dorchester Avenue building in which the bar resides--is looking for someone to open the place back up as soon as possible. The post says that George ultimately plans to have major renovations done to the space and have a spot that focuses more on food, but that might not be completed for at least a year, so in the meantime, he would like to reopen the Dot Tavern for the time being.
The address for the Dot Tavern is 840 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester, MA, 02125.
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