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Easton’s 99 Restaurant & Pub Celebrates Grand Re-Opening

The celebration included a donation to Oliver Ames High School.

From L-R: Imee Tolera, Server, Victor Ferreira, General Managing Partner, Wes Paul, Principal of Oliver Ames HS, Charlie Noyes, President of 99 Restaurant, Erin DeGrenier, Server, Dan Ceurvels, Operations Director
From L-R: Imee Tolera, Server, Victor Ferreira, General Managing Partner, Wes Paul, Principal of Oliver Ames HS, Charlie Noyes, President of 99 Restaurant, Erin DeGrenier, Server, Dan Ceurvels, Operations Director

Last Thursday, June 12th, the Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub in Easton celebrated its Grand Re-Opening after undergoing a revitalization of the restaurant’s décor and amenities.

The Ninety Nine’s celebration included a ribbon cutting ceremony and prizes for guests as they enjoyed live music and appetizer sampling. A $1000 donation to Oliver Ames High School was also made.

People in attendance included Connor Reed, Citizen Business Advocate at Easton Town Hall, Michael Green, Superintendent of Easton Public Schools, Chief Allen R. Krajcik of the Easton Police Department, Chief Kevin Partridge and Captain J. Webster of the Easton Fire Department, and Principal Wes Paul of the Oliver Ames High School.

The restaurant was “refreshed” with modern amenities to keep up with the ever-changing tastes of the guests while maintaining its reputation as the place where locals can enjoy a menu that provides classic All-American food and drink served in a distinctively hearty New England style.

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