Thursday, March 14, 2013
We have a full menu listing for the new Hopkinton Square restaurant.
Looking to try something new? Head down to Bison Burger at Hopkinton Square for something you've never seen in Hopkinton or Holliston Before. Bison Burger opened in February, and since then readers have been asking where they can find a menu for the restaurant. The short answer is that they don't have a website yet (one is under construction at the moment). Here are a few pictures of the menu to help you decide what you want before you visit. Some ideas include:
Saturday, March 2, 2013
The restaurant is that latest business to open at Hopkinton Square.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The town's newest restaurant opened over the weekend.
Bison Burger, one of the last retail spaces at Hopkinton Square to be filled has opened for diners to enjoy some unique offerings. The restaurant shares a kitchen with neighboring Quattro, and is a more relaxed family dining establishment. Initially the business's hours will be Tuesday-Sunday, 4 p.m. to close. The business will stay open until the last patrons leave. The restaurant opened for the first time on Friday, Feb. 22.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
The newest addition to the Zio's family opened last week.
Quattro, the fourth restaurant in the Zio's family and second in Hopkinton, opened at Hopkinton Square last week. The restaurant has been in the works since development on the plaza began more than a year ago. Opening at 4 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, Quattro is a sit down restaurant serving primarily Italian food. The restaurant doesn't have a set closing hour, servers say they will close depending on when the last patrons leave for the night. Bison Burger, a low key burger joint with the same owner, is located next door and will be opening soon.
Monday, January 28, 2013
The owner of the popular wine and beer store says that expanding into Hopkinton was always in his plans.
With the Vin Bin set to open a second location Wednesday, Owner Rick Lombardi said a second store in Hopkinton has been in his plans for five years. "We always wanted to be in Hopkinton. We have wanted to be in Hopkinton for five years," said Lombardi. The Vin Bin, a purveyor of fine wine, artisan cheese, specialty foods, craft beer and spirits opened its doors in 2004. The Vin Bin moved into the 100-year-old former Central Fire Station in 2011. The quality of life store has been touted for its contribution to downtown Marlborough. It is now set to do the same thing beginning at noon on Jan. 30 at 22 South Street in the new Price Chopper Plaza in Hopkinton. Receive breaking news in your inbox or smartphone by signing up for our newsletter …
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The beer and wine shop will open next to Super Cuts and Hopkinton Square Dental.
The Vin Bin, Hopkinton's newest wine and malt beverage store, will be opening in Hopkinton Square at the end of the month. The owners announced the Jan. 30 opening on their website yesterday, once the store opening the retail section of the Hopkinton Square development will be nearly complete. Owner Rick Lombardi appeared before the Board of Selectmen in September, to announce the plans for the business's second location. "We wouldn't be selling cigarettes and lottery tickets like a normal package store," Lombardi told the Selectmen. "We also won't have the neon signs that you often see in the windows." The Vin Bin opened in Marlborough in August 2011 and was selected as the best liquor store in town earlier this year .
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Supercuts' newest location opened on Friday.
As the Hopkinton Square development nears completion businesses in the retail building at 22 South Street are begining to open their doors to new customers. On Friday Supercuts opened their Hopkinton location, one of 2,110 across the country, adjacent to Price Chopper. “It’s always fun to bring a brand that people know and trust to a new location,” Supercuts franchisee Neal Habas said in a press release. “The Hopkinton community has been very welcoming since we opened and we’ve really enjoyed getting to know our new clients.” The salon is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.; Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; and Sunday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome or call (508) 435-8670 for call-ahead service.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Owners of The Vin Bin in Marlborough look forward to a second location.
When voters said they did not want the town to apply for an extra all-liquor license at Town Meeting, they didn't stop a wine store from opening at Hopkinton Square. Last night the Board of Selectmen approved a wine and malt liquor license for The Vin Bin to open in the second building at the development. The specific license, one of five unused licenses of its type, does not allow the establishment to sell spirits and hard-liquor. The Vin Bin applied for the license, and owner Rick Lombardi said he looks forward to opening a second store. The original Vin Bin is in Marlborough, just a short drive down route 495, and several Selectmen mentioned previous visits to the store. According to Lombardi the store is a "wine and cheese store" …
Friday, August 3, 2012
Five of seven Leases are signed for the new development in west Hopkinton.
It started with Price Chopper in June and by the end of October seven more retail businesses are expected to be open in the Hopkinton Square development according to Chuck Joseph. Joseph said five of the seven leases are signed for the building that sits on the South Street side of the plaza. He said the other two are near completion and expected to be signed by the end of the month. So far there are two restaurants set to open. Zio's Quatro, a restaurant serving Italian dishes primarily with seasonal meals added in as the restaurant grows. The other restaurant will be Bison Burger a more relaxed, American-style restaurant. Christine's Nail Salon joins Hopkinton Square Dental and Webster Direct Credit Union as the newest business to sign …
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Patch got a preview of the new grocery store in town, along with employees their families and community members.
Members from all facets of the community stopped by Price Chopper on West Main Street last night to see what the store had to offer. One of the most exciting parts for many visitors was the in-store Starbucks. This morning at 8:15 there will be a ribbon cutting and flag raising ceremony, stay tuned to Patch later for a video, including conversations with some of the first shoppers to hear about their experience.