Adios, Mr. Coco's
The beleaguered Beauvallon building has swallowed another restaurant.
Mr. Coco's Bar & Grill, possibly the worst-named Mexican joint ever, has shut its doors at 925 Lincoln Street. Before it was Mr. Coco's, that space had held, very briefly, Marni's Steakhouse (which left behind its awning) and before that, Moe's Southwest Grill.
Although other surviving ventures in the Beauvallon report that business has been bad, another clue to the demise of Mr. Coco's remains posted on the door, as ween above.
But NIne75, too, has gone through some tough times, and after owner Jim Sullivan abruptly closed the restaurant last fall, Nine75 was picked up by Jet Entertainment Group, which is pushing the Back Bar but recently stopped serving weekday lunch.
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