by Marc Hurwitz
A Boston-based group of deep-dish pizza spots is closing yet another one of its outlets, though it looks like this one could reopen within the next couple of years.
According to a source, Uno Pizzeria and Grill at the Woburn Mall is shutting down for construction, as the mall is apparently getting ready to be transformed into Woburn Village. We are told that the dining spot hopes to open back up at the site sometime in 2020, and while we have been given a closing date, we are waiting to hear back from the company to confirm it. An earlier article from the Daily Times Chronicle and another post from the Patch both indicate that the proposed Woburn Village would be an open-air mixed-used development with retail and residential space, with the development possibly being completed by November of 2019.
Uno currently has outlets in Boston's Back Bay and Kenmore Square, along with other Boston-area locations in Braintree, Dedham, Framingham, Revere, and Swampscott; a number of other locations have closed over the past decade or so, including restaurants in Boston's Symphony area, Allston, Cambridge's Harvard Square and Porter Square, Burlington, Newton Corner, and Waltham.
The website for all locations of Uno can be found at https://www.unos.com/
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