Monday, July 7, 2014

A Cause for Celebration

The owner was never a relief pitcher for the Red Sox. There is no blonde waitress who is a perennial grad student and wannabe writer. There isn't a pool table in the back room, and there are no pretzels on the bar (but there is a lot of really good food coming out of the kitchen). Aside from a server who can give you a good dressing down if you deserve it, the only thing that makes the Red Dot like the mythical Cheers is this: Everybody knows your name, and they're always glad you came.

Next Monday--July 14, Bastille Day--marks the Red Dot's fifteenth anniversary. Imagine that! The Red Dot is the oldest continuously operating restaurant and bar in Hudson, with its beginnings in the last century--1999. To celebrate fifteen years of being one of Hudson's favorite watering holes, the Red Dot is throwing a party for its loyal patrons and friends. So if you're one of the people whose name rings out whenever you walk through the front door, don something red next Monday evening and join the celebration!

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