Local restaurants prep for inside dining
The Weekly Packet|05/21/2020
What’s open on the peninsula?
ANNE BERLEANT

BLUE HILL—With restaurants allowed to open May 18, using strict social distancing and other state guidelines, here are the details for local restaurants on the peninsula.

Blue Hill

Arborvine: Closed. Possible mid-June opening.

Barncastle: Outdoor seating, order online, by phone or at the service window. Open 3-7 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday. barncastle.com, 374-2300.

Blue Hill Co-op Café: Take out, curbside pickup weekdays. Ordering ahead encouraged. Open Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-4 p.m. bluehill.coop, 374-2165.

Boatyard Grill/LDI Lobster: LDI Lobster opening May 28, take out, online and phone orders only. Open Thursday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 348-2848, ldilobster.com. Boatyard Grill remains closed.

DeepWater Brewing Co.: Closed. Possible mid-June opening.

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