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Massachusetts Conference for Women Donates $285k to Women-Owned Restaurants

young Asian female cafe owner in front of service counter with message congratulating women-owned restaurant grant recipients

To aid women business owners in an industry that has been badly battered by the economic effects of the pandemic, the Massachusetts Conference for Women was able to donate $285,000 in grants to 57 women-owned restaurants across the state in an initiative with the Massachusetts Restaurant Association. Show your support by offering your patronage!

Grant Recipients Include:

1640 Hart House
Apple Barn Cafe
Asmara Restaurant
Boston Harbor Distillery
Bukowski Tavern
Cheff’n & Eetinn
Coco and the Cellar Bar
Daddy Jones Bar
Daily Harvest Cafe
Dali Restaurant and Tapas Bar
Darryl’s Corner Bar & Kitchen
Eagle Brook Saloon
Eastside Grill
Fort Hill Bar and Grill
Fox & the Knife
Galliford’s Restaurant & Tavern
Ginger Exchange
Harrington’s Pub
Heritage of Sherborn
Herrell’s Ice Cream
Johnny’s Luncheonette
Little Pecan Bistro
Mad Hatter
Mei Mei Restaurant
Moonshine 152
Mr. Dooley’s Boston Tavern
Naked oyster bistro and raw bar
Northampton Brewery
Nuovo Restaurant
Piccadilly Cafe & Deli
Quicks Hole Tavern & Taqueria
Saltie Girl
Soleil Restaurant
Sumiao Hunan Kitchen
Suya Joint Inc
Sweet Tomatoes Pizza
The Casual Gourmet
The Farmer’s Daughter
The Independent
The Other Place Pub
The Pearl Seafood Grill and Raw Bar
The Rivershed, Salt Society
The Star Drive-In
The UXLocale, L.L.C.
The Vegan Nest Café
Tipping Cow Ice Cream
Val’s Restaurant
Venezia Restaurant
Villa Mexico Cafe
Woodstar Cafe, Inc.
Worthen House Cafe

Learn more about the Massachusetts Conference for Women’s women-owned restaurant grant initiative by checking out our press release.


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