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Abby Park gets yet another rave review

Published on: Dec 7th, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: Examiner.com
Abby Park gets yet another rave review

Abby Park delivers creative local fresh dishes and well done comfort food in a comfortable yet upscale space. The restaurant opened in August after a total renovation and now offers an expansive bar, beautiful dining room and intimate private room on the lower level for small gatherings.

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First Bite: Abby Park

Published on: Nov 27th, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: Boston magazine
First Bite: Abby Park

Judging by the size of the crowds at Abby Park, you’d guess the locals had been starving for fine dining—or any dining at all. You’d be right.

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Yum Kapoor — Bombay Club moves to South End

Published on: Oct 21st, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: South End News
Yum Kapoor -- Bombay Club moves to South End

Family owned and operated Harvard Square Indian staple Bombay Club is closing its doors on Oct. 25 to relocate to the South End, taking up residence at the 1415 Washington Street space soon to be vacated by Pho Republique as early as mid-November.

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Kapoor Family Embarks on New Culinary Adventure

Published on: Oct 16th, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: Lexington Minuteman
Kapoor Family Embarks on New Culinary Adventure

Sure, Vinod Kapoor likes to eat. But it wasn’t food that drew him into the restaurant business. “I was fascinated with the idea of meeting new people every day,” Kapoor said.

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“I’ve Never Danced Before This.” — The Boston Globe

Published on: Oct 15th, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: The Boston Globe

Wheelchair troupe helps performers with disabilities gain self-esteem and grace, even as they get their first paid gig – and dream of taking a star turn on television. Story with photos and video.

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Bombay Club Leaves Harvard Square For Good

Published on: Oct 15th, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: Cambridge Chronicle
Bombay Club Leaves Harvard Square For Good

With the help of his wife and recipe designer Shikha Kapoor, who has been in the restaurant business since 1972, Vinod hopes to set new standards and further popularize affordable Indian cuisine. “You know how we are, the trend-setters,” Kapoor said.

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Bombay Club to Leave Harvard Square — Harvard Crimson

Published on: Oct 8th, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: Harvard Crimson

Harvard Square’s Bombay Club, which has been serving Indian food on JFK St. for 18 years, will move to the South End in early November due to declining sales and a financial dispute with a landlord who has tried to evict Bombay Club in the past.

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Gov. Deval Patrick hosts fundraiser at Abby Park

Published on: Oct 7th, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: Milton Times
Gov. Deval Patrick hosts fundraiser at Abby Park

Abby Park Owner Vance Welch pictured with Gov. Patrick

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Abby Park on TV Diner for a Day

Published on: Sep 26th, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: TV Diner, NECN

Diner for a Day Julia Lisinski takes us inside a brand-new restaurant in Milton, Massachusetts and called Abby Park “a phenomenal place. If I had three, I’d give them three (thumbs up).”

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Out and about in Boston

Published on: Sep 13th, 2009 | Category: Featured, Success Stories
Source: Boston Herald
Out and about in Boston

Rainy skies did not dampen spirits around the Hub yesterday, with scores of talented disabled athletes convening at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Roxbury to compete in the 15th annual Toward Independent Living and Learning Games, a local offshoot of the Special Olympics.

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These athletic games are meant for everyone

Published on: Sep 11th, 2009 | Category: Featured, Success Stories
Source: Daily News Transcript
These athletic games are meant for everyone

Two hundred people will head to the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Roxbury tomorrow for the 15th annual TILL Games, which bring together athletes with and without disabilities to compete.

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Peabody Reed Road residents give back

Published on: Sep 8th, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: The Daily Item

Joshua Olson is grateful for the care he receives as a developmentally disabled individual and for the chance he will have tonight to offer a helping hand at My Brother’s Table in Lynn.

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New restaurant well-received by a hungry public

Published on: Aug 30th, 2009 | Category: Featured, Success Stories
Source: The Boston Globe
New restaurant well-received by a hungry public

Abby Park in East Milton Square has a problem most restaurants would love to have – lines of people hungry to try out the brand-new eatery, which opened last month. We visited Abby Park, which specializes in modern American cuisine, on a Tuesday night and never even thought about getting a reservation. Who needs a reservation that early in the week, in the middle of summer? Well, we could have used one. There was a line from the time we arrived, at about 6:30, until we left after 8.

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Restaurant investors pounce despite sour economy

Published on: Aug 28th, 2009 | Category: Featured, Success Stories
Source: Boston Business Journal
Restaurant investors pounce despite sour economy

The secret to Abby Park’s success as an upscale eatery launched in the middle of the recession just might be as simple as a liquor license.

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More merchants using Twitter to reach customers

Published on: Aug 24th, 2009 | Category: Success Stories
Source: The Patriot Ledger

When the newly opened Abby Park restaurant in Milton prepared to add lunch service this week, it announced the news on its Twitter page. The restaurant just opened this month and already has 149 people following its “tweets,” the 140-character messages that are the standard mode of communication on Twitter.

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Abby Park Opening Night: Bill Brett’s photos around town

Published on: Aug 1st, 2009 | Category: Featured, Success Stories
Source: Bill Brett Photos on boston.com
Abby Park Opening Night: Bill Brett's photos around town

Hundreds attended an opening-night party at Abby Park Restaurant in East Milton Square.

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Hudson woman wearing history on her sleeve

Published on: Jul 22nd, 2009 | Category: Featured, Success Stories
Source: MetroWest Daily News
Hudson woman wearing history on her sleeve

Linda Palmer is really into history. In fact, she wraps herself up in it. Dressed in 17th Century attire, the local historical interpreter transforms into Ann Vassall, an Englishwoman who was one of the first to settle in the American colonies, and leads historical walking tours of Boston.

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No break for Westwood Respite Center

Published on: Jul 22nd, 2009 | Category: Featured, Success Stories
Source: Daily News Transcript
No break for Westwood Respite Center

Barring a late reprieve, the Westwood Respite Center will shut down after this weekend – no longer providing fun for developmentally disabled adults and much-needed caregiving breaks for their families. The center is a victim of the poor economy and state budget cuts.

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Budget woes lead to service cuts for developmentally disabled adults

Published on: Jul 19th, 2009 | Category: Featured, Success Stories
Source: Boston Herald
Budget woes lead to service cuts for developmentally disabled adults

The Westwood Respite Center will close its doors next weekend, leaving 68 families of adults with developmental problems without their home away from home.

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