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The Pasta House and Cask & Pig Announce Temporary Closure Until April 7th.

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Earlier today The Pasta House, located in Fairhaven and Cask & Pig, in Dartmouth posted the following message on their social media:

I want to start by thanking the community for all the support over the past 9 days as we transformed our restaurant into a take-out only operation. We had to lay-off half our staff and the other half worked very hard with the huge demand in take-out orders. We stayed open during this pandemic for one reason, to serve our community! And too also give away some toilet paper, 😄. But after much thought and deliberation we’ve decided it’s time to get our staff home and safe so we can continue to stay healthy during this crucial time.

The first discovered case of Covid-19 in Bristol county was this past weekend so we need to all be very careful in preventing the spread of this virus. Our county was one of the last in the state to be affected but now it’s our job to stop the spread! I hope everyone is taking this as serious as we are and please stay safe!

Our plan is to re-open on April 7th for full service. If Governor Baker extends the restaurant closure mandate we still plan on opening for take-out only.

Thank you,
Cask & Pig Management

Thank you,
Pasta House Management

We can’t wait for them to reopen as well! Stay safe and thank you for serving the community during this difficult time.

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When Joe isn't writing, he's coaching people to punch each other in the face. He enjoys ancient cultures, dead and living languages, cooking, benching 999#s, and saving the elderly, babies and puppies from burning buildings. While he enjoys long walks on the beach, he will not be your alarm clock, because he's no ding-a-ling.

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