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Closed Forest Hills bar could re-open, with acoustic music

The Jamaica Plain Gazette reports a former employee at the shuttered Eugene O'Neill's, across from the Forest Hills T stop, wants to re-open the watering hole, but with acoustic music.

Melissa Hunt goes before the Boston Licensing Board this Wednesday to seek a 1 a.m. liquor license. Hearings begin at 10 a.m. in Room 809 in City Hall.

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Come on now, let's try that again.

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Becomes acoustic?

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Will they have Stella on tap?

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There are too many people living nearby to make this a wise decision.

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If you are afraid of the sound of an acoustic guitar you should rethink your entire life.

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You try living next to Jimmy Buffet, asshole.

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Can you hear the acoustic live music coming from the Dogwood? They seem to do it right. Only on Fridays and Satturdays.

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Great little bar. Melissa managed the place really well. I was sad to see them go, and can’t wait for them to return.

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Was a great addition to the night life void in Forest Hills. It was what Doyle's used to feel like before the Sam Adams crowd was pumped in.
To the guy complaining about living next to a major transportation hub with restaurants and possibly hearing guitar chords...... REALLY!

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Doyle's is still like that, you just have to go when Sam Adams isn't open. Plus the new taproom there helped, so people tend to just stay there rather than taking the trolley over.

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That area was a serious drinking zone, we dont need no stinking ambiance, or Stella for that matter, Schlitz will do nicely!

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